Best. Prom. Ever

What started as a simple request on social media became an outpouring of goodwill, as dozens in the community raised nearly $10,000 for Coral Shores High School’s...

G. Love returns to COAST

Garrett Dutton, known by his stage name G. Love, will perform at COAST on Stock Island on Thursday, May 10. The show is the start of his...

Meet Marathon’s new magistrate

Instead of answering to a board when facing code violations, Marathon residents will soon go before a special master. Replacing the Marathon Code Board with a special magistrate,...

FKCC offers camps galore

Ever wanted to learn how to code, try out scuba, learn about writing or money, become a lifeguard, learn culinary crafts? Mom and Dad, this isn’t for...

Kids’ play is just magic!

It’s a special group of kids taking the stage next week for a performance of “Aladdin.” First of all, they are already know their lines by heart....

Shop local with these four ideas

Face it: You can’t possibly repay your mother for the very first gift she gave you: life itself. She knows you love her, but would it hurt to...

NEW INITIATIVES SUGGESTED FOR HURRICANE DEBRIS REMOVAL

PLANTATION KEY, FL – Since Category 4 Hurricane Irma struck on Sept. 10, 2017, more than 2.2 million cubic yards of hurricane debris – both vegetative and construction/demolition...

Facebook to test new “care” feature in Key West

Facebook can measure just about anything, ranging from personal buying preferences to your personality traits. But now the social media giant is offering what it believes users...

Cracks on Old Seven reveal new heroes

“We are not heroes,” says Matthew Showalter, a former Army Ranger who relocated to Marathon in 2008 to “get his head right.”   “We’re just a couple of cool...

WHAT’S IN A NAME? Sheriff changes spelling.

Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay has announced that he will formally change the spelling of his last name to “Ramsey” on April 1, 2018. The longtime sheriff also...