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City to discuss several proposals

Key West Citizen - Monday, May 2, 2016

A series of shifts and shuffles at three publicly owned properties — Glynn Archer School, Reynolds School and Bayview Park — could benefit the city, the school district and the Boys &...

New hogfish, mutton rules on the way

Key West Citizen - Monday, May 2, 2016

Federal fishery management councils are looking at implementing new restrictions for two economically important fish species in the Florida Keys — mutton snapper and hogfish. Federal fishery...

Judge recommends dismissing excessive force case

Key West Citizen - Monday, May 2, 2016

A federal magistrate judge is recommending that an armed man’s claim that he was falsely arrested and illegally roughed up by Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputies during a 2013...
Crime Report

KEY WEST — A 53-year-old homeless woman accused of throwing an unidentified liquid at a passerby on Truman Avenue Thursday afternoon was arrested, according to a police incident...
Citizen's Voice

“Nothing has changed with the red news post stands reported in the headlines recently. Every stand on Duval we saw Friday morning in 8 blocks has the same advertising and no news. Isn’t...
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Ornithologist left legacy of local science

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

PLANTATION KEY — You could say the creation of the National Audubon Society’s branch in the Upper Keys was all because of the nation’s one-time craze for fancy, plumage-adorned hats. Hats, and a bright ornithologist and his young family from Long Island, N.Y.

Group to visit Cuba for art experience

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

LOWER KEYS — Seventeen-year-old Big Pine Key resident Hanna Antonides has a passion for making a difference in the world while experiencing cultures outside of her own. 

Boerner looks to rejoin council

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

ISLAMORADA — Former Islamorada mayor Dave Boerner, who sat on the Village Council for two consecutive terms from 2006 to 2010, has decided to once again run for a spot on the local...
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