By Erin Stover Sickmen One week remains on the Monroe County school calendar for 2018-19. Kids are dreaming of long lazy days, but there’s...
The 60-day legislative session in Tallahassee came to a close May 4. With money for Keys projects and increased funds for Everglades restoration,...

Vandenberg project celebrates 10-year anniversary with weekend of events

By Erin Stover Sickmen On May 27, 2009 the USNS Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg was intentionally sunk to create an artificial reef in the Florida Keys National Marine...

The Great City Manager Debate: Part II

The Weekly has reported on the ongoing conversation about who will replace current City Manager Jim Scholl, whose contract was recently extended to Oct. 1. Assistant City...

What happens when projects are approved, but there are no more building rights?

The Marathon City Council declined to “upzone” a five-parcel property on Grassy Key. Owner John Timinsky wanted to change the zoning and future land use maps on...

DiveN2Life trains a generation of gifted, scientific divers

After school, most young adolescents may get involved in sports, dance, clubs, maybe a little theater. In the Keys, they also might become scientific divers. Wait … what? Meet...
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