RED TIDE BLOOM/WHITE FLY INFESTATION - A view of the ocean - Red tide

RED TIDE BLOOM/WHITE FLY INFESTATION

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Tom Frankovich was taking a break from putting together a report on THAT red tide, out stretching his legs, when a Key Largo man pulled up in...
Honoring the Hammons – Tony and Colleen retirement service this weekend - A group of people standing around a table - Street food

Honoring the Hammons – Tony and Colleen retirement service this weekend

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Although Island Christian’s pastor and school founder Tony Hammon is formally retiring, he doesn’t see his life changing much as the Upper Keys resident chaplain.  “I just won’t...
LOCALS ROLL UP THEIR SLEEVES AND JUMP IN - A person swimming in the water - Underwater diving

LOCALS ROLL UP THEIR SLEEVES AND JUMP IN

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There’s been a lot of talk recently about the debris that washes up on our shores, but what about the debris that sits on the bottom of...
Charter schools hope school tax will pass - A man and a woman posing for a picture - School

Charter schools hope school tax will pass

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Every single child in a Keys public school — including charter schools — saw a police officer on the first day of school. It will cost the...
The future of health care – Baptist releases rendering of new Marathon hospital - A palm tree in front of a house - Fishermen’s Community Hospital

Baptist Health holds town hall Monday

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In an effort to hear public concerns and questions regarding plans for Fishermen’s Community Hospital and its future, Baptist Health South Florida officials are holding a town...
New Drop-off Rules at Stanley Switlik - A close up of a map - Design

New Drop-off Rules at Stanley Switlik

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The entire Stanley Switlik Elementary campus has been reconfigured. When parents arrive on Wednesday, Aug. 15 to drop off their children, it will be a completely new...
Jumping the gun - Florida Keys

Jumping the gun

Three men from Homestead allegedly got an early start looking for lobster. Unfortunately for them, the Fish and Wildlife Commission officers also started early. Rafael Andino, 47,...
Keys Schools

School safety still top priority

Coming off spring break, the shooting that took place on Valentine’s Day in Parkland, Fla. is still fresh on the minds of the legislature, school board, teachers,...
Katrina Cottages now a Keys thing - A house with a lawn in front of a building - Katrina Cottage

Katrina Cottages now a Keys thing

The first three Florida “Keys Cottages” are set to break ground at the end of the month in one of the hardest hit areas in Big Pine...
Mosquito: Oxitec is courting the Keys again - A close up of a person - Mosquito

Mosquito: Oxitec is courting the Keys again

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Oxitec is back in the Keys, meeting with local officials and hosting town hall meetings, including one on Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 1 p.m. in Marathon. The...
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