PLANS FOR NEW JOHNNY MORRIS RESORT ON CRAWL KEY UNVEILED

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Marathon’s Planning Board voted 4-1 to deny Valhalla Resort, put forward by Johnny Morris Signature Resorts, to be developed on Crawl Key, or the Grassy Key stretch...

FLORIDA KEYS SHERIFF USES DRUG MONEY TO BUY NEW SAFETY GEAR

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Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay recently made it easier for his deputies to serve, protect and save lives in more ways than one. Ramsay spent about $130,000 of...

KEY WEST’S CONCH REPUBLIC CELEBRATES ITS OUTRAGEOUS INDEPENDENCE

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Conch Republic Independence events will take place through April 25, featuring sunset sails, bar crawls, pool bar crawls, a Saturday street fair and a host of other...

LEGISLATION RELATED TO KEYS MOVE AHEAD IN TALLAHASSEE

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Key bills await consideration as legislative session in Tallahassee draws to a close. The last day is scheduled for April 30, and the race is on to...

BREAKING NEWS: STATE SENATE PASSES BILL TO VOID KEY WEST CRUISE SHIP REDUCTION

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The Florida Senate on Thursday passed the bill that voids Key West's initiative to significantly reduce the number of cruise ships that can visit the island city. Senate...

WHEN YOU LIVE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS, EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY

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Our theme for APRIL is MOTHER NATURE. In MAY, we’re celebrating MOMS! Send us pictures of any moms you want to celebrate and/or the human, furry, plant...

Orchid celebration at Cheeca to benefit area students

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Traveling north and south in the Upper Keys, Islamorada flower shop owner Maria Estrada visits hotels, restaurants and businesses daily with a selection of flowers for purchase.  Among...

Hurricane forecast does not paint a cheery picture

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As usual, Colorado State University issued its hurricane forecast first. Phil Klotzbach is calling for 17 named storms, eight hurricanes, and four major hurricanes. In 2020, the...

SCHOOL DISTRICT PONDERS STATE GRADES

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Monroe County school officials say they are undecided about whether to seek the annual grade assigned to the district by the state, until they see what other...

THAT HIPPIE BAND ROCKS EARTH DAY IN KEY WEST

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Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson saw the ravages of the 1969 Santa Barbara, California oil spill. He saw the Cuyahoga River catch fire from pollutants in downtown Cleveland....
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