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Puto to find new manager - A man talking on a cell phone - Car

Top three spots still in limbo

Marathon City Council to tackle job descriptions, salaries “Every meeting we’re discussing a new position that’s open,” said Marathon City Councilman Bill Kelly, “the accountant, the attorney, deputy...

BPW names woman, business of the year

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On Dec. 13, the Upper Keys Business and Professional Women presented its 2020 Woman of the Year award to Jill Kuehnert and the 2020 Business of the...
#News: Citizens, Realtors attend vacation rental workshop - A close up of a sign - Renting

#News: Citizens, Realtors attend vacation rental workshop

Vacation rentals are becoming a contentious issue in Marathon. The crowd at the Marathon Fire House station filled the seats for the Wednesday workshop with the Marathon...
Land swap would benefit kids’ club - A boy is preparing food in a kitchen - Food

Land swap would benefit kids’ club

Key West, School District and Boys & Girls Club propose a deal On Tuesday, Sept. 1, Key West Mayor Cates will propose a deal between the city, the...
#News: Mike Cinque will be on the November ballot - A man holding a sign posing for the camera - Moustache

#News: Mike Cinque will be on the November ballot

The former councilman and mayor who served three terms on the dais sees Marathon at a critical juncture in regards to growth and says he has the...

#News: Sombrero re-plat stalls

The Marathon Council has found itself in the proverbial catch-22 situation. If it approves the replatting of four large lots into 32 properties, the council risks the...
Grimal Grove gets a big boost - Holly Merrill Raschein, Jose Soto standing in front of a tree posing for the camera - Tree

Grimal Grove gets a big boost

Growing Hope Foundation’s receives $80,845 grant for youth projects “It’s a real community effort,” said Growing Hope Foundation’s Patrick Garvey at the check presentation on Tuesday at Grimal...
#News: Two MHS seniors named National Merit semifinalists - A man and a woman smiling for the camera - Product

#News: Two MHS seniors named National Merit semifinalists

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In some ways, Reef Landrum and John Galjanic are ordinary kids — they like exploring on their bikes, shooting hoops and spearfishing. In other ways, they are...

#News: Affordable housing in Poinciana nixed

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The commission voted against directing the city manager to work with the Housing Authority of Key West for the development of affordable and workforce housing at Poinciana...
cash at BOA

No more cash deposits?

Bank of America instituted a new policy in December. Namely, it won’t accept cash deposits from a third party. For example, it would be impossible for a...
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