PARKS, BEACHES OPEN

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One day after a state of local emergency was declared in Islamorada, council members met on March 17 to discuss a plan forward with village facilities and...

Council to consider candidates for vacant seat

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Eleven letters of interest filed to the Islamorada Village Clerk’s Office for the vacant council seat will be considered at the beginning of the meeting Thursday, Jan....
Municipalities proactive on flooding, sea level rise - A body of water - Key West

State of the cities

By Sara Matthis, Mandy Miles and Jim McCarthy The most important thing to know is this: municipalities in the Florida Keys can take MORE restrictive measures than Monroe...

Utility lines must move for pedestrian bridge project, and it’s going to cost

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Construction is set for May on a project to get pedestrians safely across U.S. 1 in Islamorada. Concerns are arising, however, over the costs associated with the...

Local artist refuses to let cancer or coronavirus fears keep her down

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Local artist Maxine Trainer has never been one to sit still. She’s active in the community and the arts, teaching painting classes at the Islamorada Library-Helen Wadley...

STATE OF THE CITIES

KEY WEST As of April 8, the City of Key West had no plans to lay off or furlough any city employees, City Manager Greg Veliz told Keys...

Meeting goes virtual in Islamorada

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Islamorada Village Council members are set to meet virtually at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 16 to consider an agenda that’s highlighted by a proposed sublease agreement...

Founders Park facilities to stay closed for time being

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Founders Park courts will remain locked to locals, while the dog park will stay closed as village officials continue to assess the state of the current COVID-19...
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2nd Keys Publix employee tests positive

By: Tiffany Duong and Sara Matthis The Weekly received confirmation early on April 18 from Publix corporate offices that an Islamorada store associate has tested positive for COVID-19.  In...

Conch, ’35 hurricane survivor turns 96

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Outside her Islamorada residence, Alma Dalton watched the fire rescue trucks, sheriff’s vehicles and local friends in their cars pass by during the late afternoon of April...
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