November 1, 2005
A special assembly to kick-off KPMS’ second year as a NASA Explorer school is attended by state, NASA and local dignitaries and community leaders.


October 1, 2005
A mother and two daughters move to the Key Pen after Hurricane Katrina’s destruction, waiting in uncertainty about when they can return and be reunited with their husband and father.


October 1, 2005
KP Family Resource Center Program Manager Edie Morgan says it’s time for a new leader, as she takes time off to reflect.


October 1, 2005
Allegations arise about wrongdoing at the KP Community Service following the departure of its executive director.


September 1, 2005
Inaccurate county maps have led many landlocked residents on 144th Street to believe they had legal access to their properties. Now, they risk losing access completely unless they sign waivers.


September 1, 2005
Peninsula High School’s Sarah Spunaugle is among 10 students nationwide selected to travel to the nation’s capital as part of an art contest.


September 1, 2005
A traffic light being installed at the intersection of State Route 302 and Key Peninsula Highway is expected to reduce the number of accidents and improve traffic flow.


August 1, 2005
Two Key Pen residents team up to bring a deli back to the building that formerly housed “Lisa’s Deli.”


August 1, 2005
The Key Pen Community Planning Board moves into one of the plan’s most critical elements: land use.


July 1, 2005
A group, in its organizational stage, hopes to address problems created by rentals by educating the landlords and networking.