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The March Against Monsanto also in Marathon, Florida
By now the word about the March Against Monsanto is spreading to every person in the United States.
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Small Punta Gorda firm wins 'big one'
Jeff Weiler sat in his office in the Sunloft Center in Punta Gorda recently, all smiles, and said, "I still can't believe it.
Miami man accused of killing sea turtle
A Miami man is facing felony charges for allegedly killing a green sea turtle last week at Curry Hammock State Park near Marathon.
Rescued Young Turtle Expected To Make Full Recovery
Bette Zirkelbach examines Charley, a tagged juvenile loggerhead sea turtle, at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital Friday, May 10, 2013, in Marathon, Fla.
Architect's rendering of 95-room Courtyard by Marriott planned in Old Town.
Real estate development is an arduous process in the Florida Keys, but a pair of large-scale hotel properties in Marathon are inching their way closer to fruition.
Seven Mile Bridge review and information
The Seven Mile Bridge, constructed between 1909-1912, was originally a railway. The railway existed until 1935 when a hurricane damaged it.
Lobbying already starts for possible 2014 sewer money
The Florida Legislature's session that winds to a close Friday should end with few surprises for Monroe County, said county Mayor George Neugent.After a trip to Tallahassee this week, County Administrator Roman Gastesi and Neugent said talks with Gov.
School board votes 5-0 to keep furloughs
The Monroe County School Board voted 5-0 Monday evening to keep unpaid furlough days in the current year's school budget.Efforts to reverse the board's earlier decision brought a large turnout of teachers Monday evening at a special meeting held at Marathon High School."The furlough days issued by this district have been a point of contention since ... (more)
No eggs found where crocodile has made home
It appears a 6- to 7-foot American crocodile that's taken up residence in a canal off Tingler Lane in Marathon won't be adding to the species' rapidly recovering statewide population -- for now.