SCENES FROM THE 2024 SOMBRERO BEACH RUN

A short supply of sunshine didn’t deter racers at the 2024 Sombrero Beach Run, as hundreds of athletes took on the challenge of their choice with the...

THIS WEEKEND: CHECK OUT FOUR AMAZING HOMES WITH MARATHON GARDEN CLUB’S HOUSE AND GARDEN...

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The Marathon Garden Club will host its annual House and Garden Tour on Saturday, March 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring four luxury oceanfront homes...

MARATHON CITY COUNCIL SCALES BACK ON HOTEL/MOTEL REDEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE

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A full house of public commenters with a nearly-unanimous voice against expanded resort development saw their efforts rewarded at the Marathon City Council’s Feb. 27 workshop, as...

THIS WEEKEND: KEY COLONY BEACH DAY FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE ISLAND’S 67TH BIRTHDAY

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Key Colony Beach’s 67th birthday is slated to be one of its biggest ever. Sunday, March 3 will mark the return of Key Colony Beach Day, the annual...

KEY COLONY BEACH LOSES BUILDING OFFICIAL & CODE OFFICER AS CITY HALL PREPARES TO...

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Key Colony Beach is continuing its five-month period of heavy turnover among city leadership and staff, adding former Code Enforcement Officer Barry Goldman and Building Official Lenny...

VEGAS IN CITY HALL: SCENES FROM ‘KEYSINO NIGHT’ IN MARATHON

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Drinks flowed and shouts of joy and pain echoed across the Marathon City Council chambers as the Business and Professional Women of Marathon hosted their ever-popular 2024...

MARATHON NONPROFITS ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR CITY-SPONSORED GRANT FUNDING

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The Marathon City Council has increased its potential funding of local nonprofits up to a total of $150,000 for fiscal year 2024. The funds are for local...

KEY COLONY BEACH PREPS FOR CITY HALL REOPENING & COMMISSIONER APPOINTMENT

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Though the long-term fate of Key Colony Beach’s city hall building remains to be seen, portions of the building are set to reopen in the coming weeks,...

IN PICTURES: MEDAL-WINNING LADY FIN LIFTERS RETURN FROM STATE MEET IN STYLE

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Six of the Middle Keys’ strongest ladies were riding in style after the long weekend, delivered to Marathon High School on the morning of Feb. 20 to...

‘WE’VE COME A LONG WAY’: HISTORIC MARATHON CHURCH CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH

In the early 1950s, Marathon resident Grace Jones took a bus down to Key West to talk to Horace O’Bryant. He was the superintendent of the county’s...

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