SHERIFF’S OFFICE INVESTIGATES CYBER-BULLYING AT CORAL SHORES HIGH SCHOOL

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By Jim McCarthy and Charlotte Twine A social media account that appeared to target special education students at Coral Shores High School was taken down after parents, school...

11TH ANNUAL KEY LARGO BRIDGE RUN BENEFITS THE COMMUNITY

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Runners and walkers will get a view unlike any other as they head over the iconic Jewfish Creek Bridge during the First State Bank Key Largo Bridge...

LOCAL ER INSURANCE ISSUES RESOLVED AT BAPTIST’S KEYS HOSPITALS

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An oversight left those insured by Florida Blue and three other insurance companies out of network for emergency room visits to Mariners and Fishermen’s hospitals. Swift work,...

COMMISSIONER RASCHEIN TALKS TAKEAWAYS FROM FORUM ON WATER WOES

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Holly Raschein hasn’t slowed down since terming out as representative for the Florida Keys in the state House. Moving into the private sector with AshBritt following her...

WHILE WE WERE DEBATING MASKING, A 1/4 BILLION DOLLAR SCHOOL BUDGET QUIETLY PASSED

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The last school board meeting on Sept. 7 was almost four hours long, with three hours of it taken up with debating the finer points of whether...

National Parks Service gives local nonprofit historic Islamorada lighthouse

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Off the Islamorada shores, boats circled Alligator Reef Light Station during a Labor Day weekend, which saw pristine conditions on the water. Activity at the iconic lighthouse...

HIGHWAY HELL: A RIDE ALONG THROUGH A CONGESTED ISLAMORADA

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One could call the two lanes of road through Islamorada a highway hell. For residents, it’s an all-too-familiar scene on weekends and holidays, as a seemingly endless...

Florida Keys upgraded to tropical storm warning

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A tropical storm warning is in effect for the Florida Keys. The National Hurricane Center posted the warning on Friday morning as Tropical Depression Fred slowly moves...

New Upper Keys Center brings educational opportunities for students and community

Roughly 100 community leaders stood on the second floor of the College of the Florida Keys new center in Key Largo on Thursday afternoon. With a glass...

Keys officials, business owners dealing with rising COVID cases

Increasing COVID-19 cases in the Keys have some stores and municipalities bringing back mask requirements. Some are issuing messages strongly encouraging their use, while others continue to...
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