Islamorada council favors three-year, staggered terms

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There’s no ordinance yet on a proposal to send term length changes to referendum in Islamorada, but a majority of the dais believe they should extend beyond...

ISLAMORADA PLANNING DIRECTOR RESIGNS

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Islamorada’s planning department is seeking a new director following the recent resignation of Ty Harris. Having served as the head of planning since fall September 2018, Harris’ resignation...

Islamorada Library hosts art contest for kids and teens with $50 prize

Islamorada Library is hosting an Online Art Contest for Children and Teens. The theme: "Life in the Florida Keys Now."  The prize? A $50 Amazon gift certificate. Here...

Kettlebells and palm trees – Boutique gym adapting to new normal as Keys reopen

Professional training and a paradise state of mind.  That’s all that was on Chris Merrell’s mind when he opened his boutique fitness center, Beyond Traditional Wellness (BTW), in...

Islamorada parks, beaches closed through Labor Day

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To continue local governmental efforts to reduce the community spread of COVID-19, Islamorada public parks, public beaches, public boat ramps will remain closed through Labor Day. Facilities...

VILLAGE CANDIDATES DESCRIBE WHAT A MOVIE OF THEIR LIVES WOULD LOOK LIKE

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Four seats are up for grabs on the Islamorada dais in this year’s election, with current council members either running for other offices, terming out or choosing...

Sea Oats undergoes shoreline repair

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Keys infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Irma’s wrath continues to see repairs. Road crews continue to repair embankment washouts and shoulder pavement at Sea Oats Beach on Lower...

FISHING COMMUNITY RALLIES BEHIND ARTIST WHO LOST MONTHS OF WORK

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Imagine this: You are a fine-arts painter during the pandemic. Quarantined at home, you cast about for something to do, just like the rest of the world....

CONSTITUTION DAY CONTEST UNDERWAY

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The Upper Keys League of Women Voters (UKLWV) announces the 2021 Constitution Day Contest for middle and high school students from Marathon north to the county line,...

Heart, hard work and three generations of determined Islander women

“They just don’t make ’em like that anymore.”  Annette Robertson recalled her mom fondly. “She worked hard her whole life, never lied to a fault, and never stole,”...
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