Stormtroopers!

On April 14, Leadership Monroe County graduated Class XXVI. Although Hurricane Irma threatened to disrupt the Keys galaxy, the “Stormtroopers” came together to become true ambassadors of...

Meet the Bug Doctor

He has three degrees — a bachelor’s in entomology from Penn State, a master’s in entomology and plant pathology from University of Tennessee, and a doctorate in...
RIP Tosh

“Tosh” will be missed

Local artist Jon McIntosh, or “Tosh,” was an editorial cartoonist, Lucky Street gallery owner, an avid part of the Key West art world – but more importantly,...

Don’t forget to file for hurricane tax relief

By U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo When some in the Lower and Middle Keys lost everything to Hurricane Irma’s 130 miles-per-hour winds and 10-foot storm surge, I knew perhaps the...
Zech Carson

YouTube sends man on world journey for spinal injury help

Zech Carson was searching YouTube for the phrase “cure for paralysis,” when he came across the video testimonial that changed his life. The patient in the video...
Valor and Integrity awards

Women of Integrity and Men of Valor

On Thursday, March 22, several community members were honored at Samuel’s House’s 2018 Women of Integrity/Men of Valor ceremony at Beachside Marriott in Key West. This year’s...
Becky Herrin

MCSO’s Becky Herrin to retire

Becky Herrin said she always knew she would pursue a degree in journalism. When pressed for reasons, she stated simply “Oh, it was about righting the wrongs.”...