The Weekly Staff

Wounded Warrior Bike Tour

By Alyson Crean Members of the Key West Police Department will have the honor on Saturday to escort 30 national heroes as the Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride comes to...

The Weekly Editoral: Less Lighting & Pigeon Key Art

Less lighting the beginning of a brighter future This past Tuesday, Marathon’s City Council had a simple request for the Department of Transportation. “Please dim the lights.” The measure fits perfectly with...

Island Currents January 15, 2011

DAR Picks Two Good Citizens The Florida Keys Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution presented Brittany Messinger of Island Christian School and Kelsey Wonderlin of Marathon High School with the...

United Way of the Florida Keys: On the Move

It has been an exciting, rebuilding year at United Way of the Florida Keys, and I want to thank you for your support.  With the support of donors and...

Island Currents: January 8, 2011

Bike Tour Successful Story and Photo by Alyson Crean If there was any question whether Key West is a biking town, it was answered last week when several hundred cyclists...

Marathon Community Theatre Prepares for A Bad Year for Tomatoes

Marathon Community Theatre (MCT) will open A Bad Year for Tomatoes by John Patrick on January 6, 2011. A traditional opening night party will immediately follow the production on...