CRUISE SHIPS COME BACK TO KEY WEST ON SATURDAY

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Two cruise ships are coming back to a much different Key West on Saturday. Much has changed since they last visited in March 2020. So much. Most cruise...

MATTHEW GILLERAN FIELD UNVEILED AT TRUMAN WATERFRONT PARK

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Key West city officials and more than 300 young soccer players on Saturday celebrated the grand opening of the new Matthew Gilleran Field at Truman Waterfront Park. The...

WILL STATE LAWMAKERS ABOLISH THE CITY OF KEY WEST?

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Are Key West’s days as a city numbered? A draft bill reported by the website FloridaPolitics.com is making the rounds in Tallahassee. If passed, the bill would “transfer...

OVERSEAS MEDIA GROUP HAS BECOME A DOMINANT FORCE FOR BRAND STRATEGY IN THE KEYS

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By any definition, Overseas Media Group’s (OMG) first year in business has been a success. From custom web development and design, social media strategies, SEO services and...

KEY WEST’S STATELY CURRY MANSION INN TO CHANGE HANDS

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The Curry Mansion Inn is changing hands, from one prominent Key West family to another. The Spottswoods are buying the stately mansion, with its white peaks, wood scrolls,...

LEGENDARY PEPE’S CAFE PASSES THE TORCH TO NEW KEY WEST OWNERS

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Let's get a few things straight. Yes, Pepe’s Cafe has been sold. And yes, the new owners are Key West locals. No, it’s not closing. No, it’s not...

MEET KEY WEST’S HOMETOWN FIGHTER SQUADRON

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We hear them more often than we see them, depending on weather and altitude, but their sound is always unmistakable, approaching like a rising wall of power...

HIGGS BEACH IS CLOSED FOR CONSTRUCTION

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Monroe County’s Higgs Beach in Key West is undergoing about 570 feet of shoreline restoration to renourish sand above and below the mean high water line, reestablish...

NEW UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY GALLERY OPENS ON CUDJOE

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The popular Square Grouper restaurant on Cudjoe Key has a fitting new neighbor. Cudjoe Key residents Mike and Suzie Lombard will celebrate the opening of their new Underwater...

CITY OF KEY WEST CONSIDERS $4.3 M GRANT FOR NEW HOMELESS SHELTER ON COLLEGE...

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A $4.3 million grant could help rebuild Key West’s homeless shelter on College Road, while extreme staffing shortages may cost the city up to $400,000 in consulting...
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