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MARATHON SETTLES LAST OF ‘BOAT WORKS’ LAWSUITS

On June 12, Marathon announced the successful settlement of multiple lawsuits, marking a long-anticipated resolution of complex legal disputes that originated from the initial appeal of the...
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REEL GOOD TIME: KCB GETS YOUNGSTERS ON THE WATER FOR 17TH ANNUAL KIDS FISHING...

Delayed from its original date to provide a better experience with Mother Nature, the 17th annual Ron Sutton Memorial Kids Fishing Derby once again put rods and...
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FIGHT LIKE MALLORY: OVERSEAS GEARS UP FOR CANCER PATIENT’S BENEFIT

I tried four separate times to sit down and write this piece as a “news” article. But I just can’t. On May 7, I was having a pretty...
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NEIGHBOR OF THE WEEK: STACEY NICHTER

No matter how many individuals appear in the pages of each edition of Keys Weekly, there are always so many more of our community members who deserve...
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FIXING THE FLOODING? SOMBRERO BOULEVARD WORKSHOP SET FOR TUESDAY

Marathon’s next monthly city council workshop, set for Tuesday, June 25 at 5:30 p.m., will take a second, more formal stab at addressing resident ire over chronic...
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HELP WANTED: NEW TDC PRESIDENT/CEO; OFFICIAL SAYS AGENCY ALSO NEEDS A CFO

The Florida Keys is hiring for a brand-new position leading Monroe County’s multimillion-dollar tourism agency: president and CEO of the Tourist Development Council. It pays $210,000 to $250,000,...
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20 UNOPPOSED KEYS CANDIDATES GET EASY WINS

Key West’s next mayor is Danise “Dee Dee” Henriquez, who was automatically elected on June 14, as no one else signed up to run for the city’s...
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NEIGHBOR OF THE WEEK: JODY FREEMAN

No matter how many individuals appear in the pages of each edition of Keys Weekly, there are always so many more of our community members who deserve...
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TOP OF THE CLASS: MARATHON VALEDICTORIAN MARQUISHA ABRAHAM

Senior Marquisha Abraham’s graduation speech, while reflecting upon the past four years at Marathon High School, also focused upon Abraham’s unique upbringing. She grew up as the...
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A SALUTE TO POPS: MARATHON FAMILIES CELEBRATE THEIR FATHERS

They’re quick with a joke or the turn of a wrench, they’re always willing to teach their kids the best tips and tricks, and they’re the undisputed...

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