TIS THE SEASON AT MARC IN KEY WEST

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The giant truck came from North Carolina, not the North Pole, but it smelled like Christmas in Key West on Nov. 23, when volunteers unloaded...

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...

YOUTH BASEBALL RESTARTS AT MARATHON COMMUNITY PARK

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The Marathon Dolphins youth baseball team faced the South Dade Blue Jays this past weekend in the Middle Keys. The team is coached by Pete...

UGLY JACKETS FILL CHARITIES’ POCKETS

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At this annual, members-only event, the king and queen of the Mystick Krewe of Key West are announced and the group’s Golden Hanger is awarded...

A LOOK BACK AT MARATHON HIGH’S FOOTBALL SEASON

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The Marathon High School football team lost to Palmer Trinity on Nov. 13 in a non-conference game. Marathon will finish the season on Friday, Nov....

SIX MEMBERS OF SHERIFF’S OFFICE PROMOTED TO NEW POSITIONS

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Sheriff Rick Ramsay used the annual command staff strategy meeting to officially promote six senior officers within the organization. Capt. Patty Thompson will take over...

VOLUNTEERS PUT UP 40-FOOT TREE IN KEY LARGO

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Branches and stand pieces making up a 10-year-old, 40-foot Christmas tree were unloaded from a moving truck in front of the Murray Nelson Government &...

KEY WEST BUSINESSES HOST SAFE HALLOWEEN ‘MASK-QUERADE’

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Concerns about coronavirus troubled parents of trick-or-treaters this year, but the Key West business community stepped up and provided a safe and socially distanced Halloween...

MARATHON AFTER MIDNIGHT’ FILM MAKES ITS HOMETOWN DEBUT

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After five long years of work, director Richard Warner and a cast of hundreds had their moment on the big screen when “Marathon After Midnight”...