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WINNING SET: Local tennis pros assume programs at 1800 Atlantic

Local tennis pros Michelle “Missy” Jeffrey and Paul McNulty have formed a new alliance and assumed the tennis programs at the 1800 Atlantic Courts. The duo, with around 60 years of teaching tennis and programing between them, formed Tennis Key West, LLC and immediately began to assess the needs of[…]

Three teams advance to finals next Tuesday

Playoffs for the Key West Coed Softball League got a little weird on Tuesday night at the Pepe Hernandez Softball Field. Going into the quarterfinals, four teams were tied with an 8-4 record and three should have advanced to the finals. When the dust settled, two of the top teams[…]

‘Goldie’ graced the lives of everyone he encountered

On Saturday afternoon at the Key West High School Auditorium, a favorite son, Wayne Goldstein was memorialized by family and friends. Goldstein passed away earlier this month. Though he left this earth way too early, his legacy will live on for generations. I first met Goldstein, whom I knew simply[…]

Guides: Tarpon migration different this year

So, how’s this year’s Atlantic tarpon season? It really depends on who you ask. Some fishing guides and anglers have had exceptional days, while a few have called it difficult at best. Despite the varying reports, nearly all agree that tarpon migration patterns and timing are different, and anglers have[…]

Back In Action

The Key West Rugby Club is back in action on Saturday at 3 p.m. on the team’s home field at Bernstein Park on Stock Island. The local side hosts the touring Bermuda Police Rugby Club for a highly anticipated weekend of fast-paced rugby and cultural exchanges. Bermuda is making a[…]

Few games left in season; playoffs set for July 20

After this week, there is one week of the regular season left for the Key West Men’s Softball League. The final scheduled regular-season game is 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, with league bottom-dwellers Key West Electric and Key West Softball Academy in the spotlight. Playoffs are slated for Saturday,[…]

Tonight’s games will settlewho’s in first for playoffs

Playoffs begin Tuesday for the Key West Co-Ed Softball League with the elimination round at the Pepe Hernandez Softball Field. Four teams stand atop the league as Key West Health, The Roost, T&W Chevron Auto Repair and Tropical Movers will try to knock each other off for a berth in[…]

Stafford set to retire from his dream job

For the past 26-plus years, William Stafford worked his dream job as the youth programs coordinator for the Frederick Douglass Community Center and gymnasium. But, Stafford will hang up his whistle and hand in his keys on Thursday without any regrets. On Friday morning at the Douglass Gym, a few[…]

Pair of Key West teams bring home top hardware from state tourney

It was a very successful weekend for the Key West Girls Softball League travel teams at the USSSA South Florida State Championships in Lee County. The Lady Conchs’ 14-and-Under and 8-and-Under teams brought home state-title trophies and each player received state-championship rings. After four road trips and the local Softball[…]

1st-time Florida Keys summer fishing trips

What’s the word for the day? Mahi mahi! Or is that two words? I wait for summer mahi fishing all year. There are not many things more exciting than a hundred lit-up mahis swarming around the boat in crystalline Atlantic Ocean waters. And lit-up mahis are apt to hit any[…]