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IN PICTURES: BOAT BRUNCH BENEFITS POLICE LOVE FUND

Mimosas, bloody Marys and a brunch buffet highlighted a May 21 brunch sail aboard the Argo Navis, which hosted the fundraising brunch for the Key West Police...

MARATHON HOMEOWNERS CAN STILL APPLY FOR VOLUNTARY BUYOUT

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After Hurricane Irma swept the Keys in 2017, the state Department of Economic Opportunity allocated $75 million for the Voluntary Home Buyout program of the Community Development...

BOB’S BUNZ FINDS NEW LOCATION IN ISLAMORADA

Wearing his apron and chef’s cap, Bob Spencer looks around inside the new Bob’s Bunz Islamorada Restaurant and Bakery at MM 81, oceanside, in Islamorada.  Inside the restaurant,...

TAKE ME HOME: BETSY & DAISY

These 13-week-old females are up for adoption. Betsy and Daisy are very friendly and are looking for their ‘furever’ homes. If you would like to make Betsy...

KEYS WEEKLY & OVERSEAS MEDIA GROUP WELCOME NEW SALES MANAGER MANUELA CARRILLO MOBLEY

The Keys Weekly Newspapers and Overseas Media Group recently hired Manuela Carrillo Mobley as director of sales, overseeing the locally owned companies’ sales teams spanning three offices...

BARE FANNY: OUTCRY SPARKED BY ILLEGAL VEGETATION REMOVAL FROM KEY JUST OFF MARATHON

When Marathon resident Bob Williams set out on Sept. 19 for his daily swim around East and West Fanny Key, two small islands on the gulf side...

WILD THINGS: ASK THE BIRD GEEK

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What happened to the parrots that used to fly around Old Town and eat mangoes? — Banyan Tree Amy I’m not sure when you moved here, but when...

IN PICTURES: SWITLIK PAYS TRIBUTE TO VETS WITH RED, WHITE & BLUE DAY

Stanley Switlik Elementary School hosted its annual Red, White and Blue Day on Nov. 10. A tradition since the tragic events of 9/11, the event was filled...

KEYS HISTORY: LANTERN FUEL PUTS LIGHTHOUSE KEEPERS LIVES AT RISK

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The story reprinted in the Boston Globe on Nov. 22, 1896, originally appeared in the New York Sun. Jacob Bethel was visiting New York City from the...

$600,000 AWARDED TO SHELTER TO ASSIST HOMELESS YOUNG ADULTS IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

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The Florida Keys Children’s Shelter (FKCS) recently received a federal grant award over a three-year period, totaling $600,000 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services...