NEW-LOOK SCHOOL BOARD TACKLES TRUMBO HOUSING DETAILS

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The Monroe County School Board welcomed one new face and two familiar ones as newly-elected District 1 board member Darren Horan and re-elected District 4 and 5...

ARTIST’S CORNER: ADORNING AN ORNAMENT IS NO EASY TASK

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By William DePaula The end of November is a transition time here in the Florida Keys. Hurricane season is ending and the heat and humidity is not...

180+ MIGRANTS SENT BACK TO HAITI AFTER VESSEL RAN AGROUND OFF THE FLORIDA KEYS

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An American flag waves to the Atlantic Ocean breeze at one of the more popular Florida Keys sandbars. Located at Whale Harbor in Islamorada, hundreds of boats...

KEY LARGO TREE LIGHTING RINGS IN THE HOLIDAY SEASON

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By Zack Woltanski In spite of the rainy weather, more than 1.000 locals gathered on Nov. 19 at the Murray Nelson Government Center for the Key Largo Community...

’CANES BASKETBALL RULES THE COURT IN HOME OPENER AGAINST MATER BAY

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Hurricanes varsity basketball put on a dominant performance against Mater Academy Bay during the first home game at the Coral Shores gym on Nov. 28. The girls...

SCIENTIFIC DIVERS COMBAT DEADLY CORAL DISEASE BY HAND

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Up to 6,000 diseased corals in the Dry Tortugas may owe their lives to divers with a revolutionary antibiotic treatment. Aimed at saving corals infected with the...

LACK OF OFFICIALS STILL PLAGUES KEYS SPORTS

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Key West has the finest athletic facilities this side of Miami, but so far this season, its soccer fields have seen little of their scheduled action. Several...

FEMA & FEDS TO PICK UP CHECK FOR IAN CLEANUP IN KEY WEST

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By Amy Patton When Hurricane Ian barreled northward from Cuba toward South Florida in late September, residents of and visitors to the Florida Keys were braced for impact. So...

ISLAMORADA VOTERS SELECT 3 INCUMBENTS & 2 NEWCOMERS TO THE COUNCIL

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Islamorada voters elected three male incumbents and two female newcomers to the village council on Election Night. The new dais will take their seats during a Dec....

BREAKING NEWS: KEY WEST CITY ATTORNEY SUBMITS SCATHING RESIGNATION LETTER 

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Key West City Attorney Shawn Smith called it quits on Wednesday, Nov. 9, tendering a scathing resignation to the mayor and city commissioners after 16 years as...