ON THE MOVE

“I got to have a stick in my hand long before some of the other kids,” said Key West High School senior lacrosse player Dean Wallen. He...

Council Campaign Season Underway

This November, Islamorada residents will head to polls with a lot of important decisions to make. Among other ballot items, they will elect the five members of...

PETS, CHILL OUT

It won’t make your dog giggle and eat everything in the house – it’s not a Cheech and Chong kind of cannabinoid we’re talking about. Cannabidiol, also known...

‘Send the divers out’

Much progress has been made when it comes to Hurricane Irma debris removal on land in the Florida Keys, but there are swaths of debris elsewhere, invisible...

Financial Jeopardy

It was a photo finish at the “Financial Fitness Challenge” on April 9. Six high school students, in two teams, answered dozens of questions testing their financial...

‘We need it now’

Waiting for money from the state and federal government for costs incurred during Hurricane Irma is “like playing cards with a 5-year-old.” Those were the words of Cynthia...

DRC receives accreditation

Loving dolphins is easy. Getting a job taking care of dolphins is hard. That’s why Dolphin Research Center set out to create a program, which recently received...

Luck be a lady (or 2) – Cranney Sisters spin the wheel again

A major hurricane couldn’t stop Jessica Cranney and Jill Cranney-Gage from raising funds for Take Stock in Children and local scholarships. The two sisters, who have co-chaired...

PLAY BALL – Fourth annual Stiglitz tourney Saturday and Sunday

Marathon’s Sue Rodamer swings for the fences at the 2016 Pops Stiglitz Softball Tournament. The fourth annual coed tournament is this weekend at Marathon Community Park, starting...

Task force makes re-entry suggestions

  Not that anyone wants to think about the evacuation and re-entry process just seven months after Hurricane Irma slammed the Keys, but a 16-person task force has...