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Keys Weekly honors local veterans

In advance of this year’s Veterans Day, Keys Weekly wishes to offer our heartfelt appreciation to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces who defend...
ZIEG, COOK, BARTUS RETURNED TO DAIS – Marathon Council election sees low turnout - A man and a woman smiling for the camera - Public Relations

ZIEG, COOK, BARTUS RETURNED TO DAIS – Marathon Council election sees low turnout

John Bartus 24.7% | 1,122 votes Steven Cook 19.5% | 887 votes Dan Zieg 18.4% | 836 votes Adam Geaneas 15.8% | 718 votes John W. Kissick 12.3% | 558 votes Eugene...
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Banning our ban? – Senator targets Key West’s sunscreen ban

A North Florida senator has filed a bill that, if passed, would nullify Key West’s ban on the sale of certain sunscreens that some say are harmful...
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Alternative Veteran’s Services – Groups, non-profits offer camaraderie, opportunities to vets

John Donnelly of the Upper Keys VFW is thankful for the outpouring of support for Vets throughout the Keys. He said, “The collective goodness of the Citizens...
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Annual Ocean Fest set to educate, entertain

Waves of underwater and outdoor enthusiasts, eco-travelers and families came out last year to celebrate the marine environment during Mote Marine Laboratory’s inaugural Ocean Fest: A Community...
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Tree Planting Honors Veterans — Nov. 7th, Key West Cemetery

In honor of our Veterans, the Mayor’s Beautification Committee will plant a tree near the USS Maine Memorial section of the Key West Cemetery at 2 p.m....
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The Steel Strawman Saving The Environment ‘One Sip At A Time’

At 77 years old, Ted Massinello is trekking up and down the Keys with steel straws and a “save the environment one sip at a time” slogan. Massinello,...
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Solar panels save Key West $1,100/month

The tilted structure that lines the parking lot at Key West’s City Hall is not a set of stadium bleachers or a shade pavilion, although cars do...
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Parks & Rec steps it up with the BEST game

In putting together this anniversary issue of the City of Marathon (see pages 7-11), the one thing so many members of the community have commented on is...
‘I’m a Working Man’ – Businesses, adults with disabilities benefit from jobs - A man standing in front of a store - Communication

‘I’m a Working Man’ – Businesses, adults with disabilities benefit from jobs

It’s Friday afternoon at Fausto’s Food Palace and David is meticulously bagging groceries while chatting away about his latest Special Olympics event — the bowling finals in...