Fish houses are monitoring prices

Still in recovery from Hurricane Irma and facing a trade war on live lobster exports to China, Florida Keys lobster fishermen are still optimistic about the eight-month...

Haircuts & school supplies – Marathon and Key West offer free events

Kiley Mae is 9 years old and heading into the third grade. Her home was devastated by Hurricane Irma and she’s been living in an RV since...

New Drop-off Rules at Stanley Switlik

The entire Stanley Switlik Elementary campus has been reconfigured. When parents arrive on Wednesday, Aug. 15 to drop off their children, it will be a completely new...

The Mangrove Highway

A favorite place to escape the summer sun is deep within the mangrove tunnels of Key Largo. With miles of trails to explore, you never really know...

TDC awards money for Lower Keys events

What goes around comes around, and the millions of tourist dollars spent on hotels and vacation rentals in the Florida Keys each year have circled back into...

SHE’S HOME

By Christine Todd-Young On April 2, Monroe County Commissioner George Neugent called Habitat for Humanity of the Middle Keys asking if there was any assistance available to help...

BEHIND THE SCENES

By Katrina H. Nichols Local playwrights have dished up something a little different to end the TheatreXP 2018 Summer Stage run. A total of 12 brand new, original short...

‘Life or death program’

It’s been a busy week for everyone in the Keys, but especially for law enforcement and emergency services workers on the road, on the water and in...

Storm Surge brings the talent

“At first we didn’t have the right chemistry,” said Storm Surge basketball player Josh Conn of Key West High School. “It didn’t take long for us to...

Painting at the Banyan Tree

Open Paint classes at the Banyan Tree Garden and Boutique in Islamorada have united artists of the Upper Keys, providing an easygoing and welcoming setting for creative...