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Labor Day Hurricane: 85 years later

Award-winning author and journalist Willie Drye is both fascinated and frightened by hurricanes. On Saturday, Aug. 1, Drye will compare the infamous Labor Day Hurricane, the “monster...

Marathon council closes 2 out of 3 boat ramps for mini season

The Marathon City Council voted 3-2 to close both the Quay boat ramp and Harbor Drive boat ramp in Marathon from Tuesday to Thursday, July 28-30. Only...

Council delves into budget, swim zone and mini-season

A proposed swim zone off White Marlin Beach is on hold for now after members of the public couldn’t join the virtual meeting on July 16 to share...

Personal trainer starts new business, goes virtual for clients

Kara Jaeger knows what it takes for one to reach workout goals. Despite the continuing coronavirus pandemic, the personal trainer is finding a new way to help...

Getting my ‘Fill’ of the situation

It’s around 9 a.m. on a Saturday (June 27) at the Fills in Islamorada. Vehicles already occupy a majority of the 90 permitted parking spots from Tea...

Council says ‘yes’ to swim zone off popular Islamorada sandbar

Lengthy discussion ensued during Islamorada village council’s June 18 meeting on a measure requiring vessels to anchor farther out from a popular Islamorada bayside sandbar. When all...

Keys History & Discovery Center Welcoming Back Guests

The Florida Keys History and Discovery Foundation is pleased to announce the Keys History & Discovery Center will reopen to the public Wednesday, June 17, with controlled...

Freebee service resumes throughout Islamorada

In Islamorada, the Freebee ridesharing program resumed service on June 5 with new rules, limited rider capacities and enhanced cleaning practices to ensure everyone’s safety.  Freebee is running...

New location, new styles at Islamorada boutique

Having opened their new Islamorada boutique in November 2019, Jodi Mientkiewicz and Danielle Pierog closed the doors like other nonessential businesses in the Keys due to the...

Majority of council supports continuation of pedestrian bridge project

A pedestrian bridge funded by the Florida Department of Transportation near Founders Park in Islamorada will move ahead after a majority of village council said ‘no’ to...