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Friday, January 15th, 2010

Haitians in the Keys Hurting from Earthquake Devastation

“I was in Miami when I learned there was an earthquake,” said Haitian-born Marathon resident Patrick Henry, whose wife and children are still in the ravaged island nation. “I could not contact anybody. Then this morning, I was waiting at the bus stop by Walgreen’s to go to work, and she called me. Nobody died.

Sunday, January 3rd, 2010


KEY LARGO STONE CRAB & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL PREMIERES JAN. 30-31 What do you get when you combine fresh seafood, live local entertainment, cooking demonstrations, casting classes and costume contests? All come together at the inaugural Key Largo...

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

Blair’s Top Three Stories of 2009

Autism Society of the Keys (A.S.K.) Craig Campbell Craig Campbell was diagnosed with autism at two and a half years old. After two years of biomedical treatments, therapy and a restricted diet, he is well on his...

Friday, January 1st, 2010

College Athletes to Dive into Orange Bowl Swimming Classic in Key Largo

Some of the nation’s finest collegiate swimmers are to vie for honors at an Orange Bowl Festival event in Key Largo. The seventh annual Orange Bowl Swimming Classic is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 2, at...

Saturday, December 26th, 2009

Commercial Fishermen Increase Their Arsenal Against Theft

They’re watching you…and now, they’re doing it with a vengeance. Plagued for years by thieves who repeatedly snag the crop of lobster and stone crabs from commercial fishermen’s traps, the Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen Association (FKCFA) and...

Saturday, December 5th, 2009

Holiday Pageants

Key Largo Christmas Pageant The Key Largo Christmas Pageant, a staple of the Florida Keys Christmas season, is celebrating its sixth year at the Coral Shores Performing Arts Center. Four performances, free to the public, are slated...

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009

Upper Keys: 800 Run Across Jewfish Creek Bridge in Inaugural Marathon

Two Texans won overall men’s and women’s half-marathon titles Saturday at the inaugural Jewfish Creek Bridge Run in the Florida Keys. Jeff Burrows, a 37-year-old airline flight dispatcher from Dallas, placed a time of one hour, 26...

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

Inaugural Jewfish Creek Bridge Run Nov. 14

As one seasonal tourism booster in Key West comes to a close, a group of business people and running enthusiasts in Key Largo hope to bring another set of heads in beds to the Upper Keys. The...

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