Saturday Mar 8
Delray man again faces theft charge related to Keys contracting work
A Delray Beach contractor arrested Thursday on a grand-theft count for failing to complete a boat-lift installation in the Keys has a record of similar incidents, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office reports.
Victim Advocate, counselor save life
Several years ago, I was the victim of stalking. Soon, I was unable to function and never wanted to leave my house.
Art Guild show in Key Largo of Florida Keys talent continues through March 9
The Art Guild of Purple Isles is two years shy of the 50th anniversary of its founding.
New federally funded health center opens
Citing a need for quality, affordable and convenient health care in the Upper Keys, the nonprofit Community Health of South Florida, Inc. , has opened a new, federally qualified health center in Tavernier.
Promise of funding
A team of Florida Keys officials returned from Tallahassee recently with hopes the county will receive wastewater funding that was allocated but never disbursed.
Visitors to stroll among Upper Keys' most beautiful properties in Garden Walk
Visitors can stroll among some of the Upper Keys' most beautiful properties while getting ideas for tropical seascapes Friday, Feb. 28, during the popular annual Garden Walk presented by the Garden Club of the Upper Keys.
Actors audition workshop next weekend
Acting consulting and management firm Tomorrow's Talent is holding an audition workshop at 136 Tavern Drive in Tavernier next Saturday and Sunday, March 8 and 9. Sessions run from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, with a lunch break from noon to 1 p.m. Attendees should bring a lunch.
It's an oil flavor explosion
Who knew olive oil could be so delicious? Well, with flavors like blood orange, red cayenne chili, wild mushroom sage and white truffle, any meal is sure to be a flavor sensation when drizzled or cooked with these bold flavors.
Griffiths: Gay students need more protection from harassment
Monroe County School Board member Andy Griffiths on Tuesday encouraged his colleagues to consider adopting more rigorous policies to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and "questioning" Florida Keys students.