Vaccine eligibility opens up to 40-plus next Monday, 18 and older April 5

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COVID-19 vaccinations will open to all adults ages 18 and older beginning April 5. That’s according to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who released a nearly 3-minute video on...

Community helps boy with cerebral palsy enjoy a swing at the park

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Five-year-old Blake Pera loves the park and a swing at the playground. Just ask his mom, Jessica, and babysitter, Rebecca Rowe. The Pera family moved to Key Largo...

INFORMATION SOUGHT IN GRUESOME PELICAN STABBING

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Authorities and bird officials are seeking the public’s assistance in a disturbing animal cruelty case that left a pelican succumbing to its injuries from multiple stab wounds...

KEY WEST DIDN’T ADVERTISE ITS COMMISSION MEETING AND HAD TO CANCEL

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Key West officials had to cancel the March 16 city commission meeting 30 minutes before it was due to start. The meeting had not been properly and...

KEY WEST COMMITTEE OPPOSES NO-BID HOUSING PROPOSAL

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It’s taken 20 years, but most Key West city commissioners seem poised to take decisive action on Tuesday and finally build affordable housing on the infamous 3.2...

TAVERNIER RESIDENT RELEASES SELF-HELP BOOK FOR COUPLES

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Melinda Van Fleet is on a winning streak with the release of her book, “Confidence Mastery for Couples” on March 9. Not only that, she’s also restarting...

COAST GUARD COMMISSIONS NEW CUTTER IN KEY WEST

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The coronavirus limited in-person attendance at Friday’s commissioning of the new Coast Guard Cutter Robert Goldman, but the colorful and patriotic ceremony was live streamed. Vice Adm. Scott...

Parents frustrated as students not back to school full-time

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K-5 students in Monroe County have been back in the classroom full-time, but those in grades 6-12 continue to attend on an alternating A/B schedule. That has...

BREAKING NEWS: STATE EDUCATION CHIEF ORDERS KEYS SCHOOLS TO OFFER FULL-TIME, IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION

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The state’s top education official has ordered Florida Keys schools to offer full-time, face-to-face instruction for all students by the end of the month despite the school...

KEY WEST LOSES CITY MANAGER GREG VELIZ TO WATER UTILITY

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Key West City Manager Greg Veliz on Friday agreed to accept the deputy director job with the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority. He told the Keys Weekly he would...
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