Key Largo teens arrested for allegedly breaking into nearly 100 vehicles

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Two Key Largo teens were arrested Thursday following a Sheriff’s Office investigation into nearly 100 vehicle burglaries in the Upper Keys.  Benjamin Aaron Zelada, 19, was charged with...

MARINERS HOSPITAL’S ICU UNIT WINS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD

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The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) recently awarded a silver-level Beacon Award for Excellence to the intensive care unit (ICU) at Mariners Hospital.

COCO PLUM PLACE ‘HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE’

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“I hope that people come in and feel welcome.” That’s what Lyndsey Ritz says about her Bali-inspired, cafe-retail boutique-juice bar, Coco Plum...

Good Health Clinic adds mental health counselor

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A recent tragedy involving an Upper Keys family and ongoing pandemic stress felt by many were among the major factors for one local woman’s decision in returning...

CHAMBER’S ‘SHOP ISLAMORADA’ KICKS OFF THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

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Shop Islamorada stores and visit the various holiday displays in the village this season.  The pandemic brought challenges to small businesses this year, and the Islamorada Chamber of...

NEW COUNCIL LOOKS INTO PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT AT FOUNDERS PARK

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A newly-seated council wants information and answers to some questions over the Florida Department of Transportation’s pedestrian bridge project at Founders Park that’s currently in the final design...

In-Person Art Walk returns to Morada Way

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The Morada Way Third Thursday Art Walk returned on Nov. 19 as an in-person event to the Arts District. During the coronavirus shutdowns, the event was suspended...

COMPLAINTS, CITATIONS MOUNT AGAINST TAVERNIER NURSING HOME

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Stephanie Matlock Fouts is relieved her mother no longer lives in a local nursing home where she suffered rashes, a pelvic fracture and weight loss,...

TINY HOME PROTOTYPE IN KEY LARGO PROVIDING AN AFFORDABLE OPTION

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Nationwide, the tiny home trend is here to stay. Over the past decade, the movement has spawned at least a half-dozen reality TV shows, launched...

NEW COUNCIL EXTENDS EVENT RESTRICTION TO SPRING, FLEA MARKET TO GO VIRTUAL

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Five new Islamorada council members sworn into office went right to work at their first meeting by extending a permit suspension for special events in the village...