UNDERWATER CONFIDENCE

On Monday, the local Key Largo underwater hockey team taught a group of students from North Carolina how to play underwater hockey for the first time. The...

Top 15 Things NOT to do at the sandbar

It’s the season of sandbar. You go. Your friends go. Your family goes. There are unspoken rules. For example, no one should have to tell you, “Don’t...

Praise the Mango

Mango ceviche, mango salsa, mango key lime pie, mango lemonade…mangoes, mangoes, everywhere. About a month ago, the Facebook posts started popping up, “I lost my tree during...

TOUR DE TURTLES

“Little Money” and “Coco” will be fitted with small transmitters and returned to their ocean home on Friday, July 20 at 8:30 a.m. from Sombrero Beach in...

LOCAL CHATTER

In November of 2019 the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will begin construction on a permanent elevated pedestrian bridge at the entrance of Founders Park. “The proposed...

A rising tide floats all boats

It was 1998 when Bruce Popham motored into the Middle Keys on his 46-foot Hatteras looking to begin the next chapter of his life after 20 years...

Reeled in by Key West

Veteran musician Terry Wetmore first came to Key West as part of the touring band “The Blue Sparks from Hell” based in New Jersey. The band played...

Meet the Conch Republic Marine Army

It started on Facebook. After the devastation left by Hurricane Irma, one heartfelt and selfless request to the Evacuees of the Keys page amassed an army of...

SAVE THE SIGN!

It could well be a cornerstone of community information. The sign in question is at the Bank of America at the corner of U.S.1 and Sombrero Beach...

Students learn about slavery

One hundred seventy-one Marathon sixth- and eighth-grade students had an opportunity to explore an often under-addressed topic in American history when they studied the Civil War era...