Everything comes around …

Who knew China used to take about 75 percent of America’s recycling? They didn’t care if it was dirty, or discolored or if the pizza grease was...

CHURCH HOMES

It’s been a quiet plan in the works for months and will eventually help at least 18 Middle Keys households in need. Rev. Canon Debra Maconaughey of St....

Need a tribe?

Jessica and Michelle share a passion for fitness. The Spottswood sisters-in-law met each other eight years ago. Now, five kids between the two later, they are growing...

Hurricane season begins; still few storm refunds for Keys

On the first day of hurricane season, Monroe County is still waiting on $33 million it expects to receive from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for Hurricane...

KEY WEST CLASS OF 2018

The Keys Weekly is pleased to honor the following senior graduates of Key West High School. They represent the full spectrum of students — not just the...

Coral Shores Class of 2018

The Keys Weekly is pleased to honor the following senior graduates of Coral Shores High School. They represent the full gamut of students — not just the...

Marathon Class of 2018

The Keys Weekly is pleased to honor the following senior graduates of Marathon High School. They represent the full spectrum of students — not just the standout...

Key West High School teacher Mr. Kremer School’s Out Forever…

Gregory Kremer spent Tuesday morning teaching his last week of class at Key West High School. The soon-to-be retired teacher visited Key West in June 1987 and...

School’s Out for Sommer

After 34 years of teaching pre-kindergarten, Island Christian School’s longest-tenured teacher, Vonnie Sommer, has retired. Throughout her time teaching 3- and 4-year-olds at the school, Sommer educated...

House Hunting? The market vs. Irma.

The Florida Keys real estate market has momentum after Hurricane Irma.  “Everyone thought we were going to have a ton of distressed properties,” said David Grego, president of...