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State formally charges teens

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The State Attorney’s Office formally charged three Key West teenagers being prosecuted as adults with two life felonies Tuesday and also filed a motion to collect DNA samples from them. 

State nixes complaint against developer

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The State Attorney’s Office has ruled that developer Pritam Singh did not perjure himself when speaking about the number of units he is entitled to at his Ocean’s Edge resort on Stock Island.

Groundbreaking celebrates new music venue

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Standing in front of a large dirt mound that will soon be transformed into a grassy viewing area, Key West city officials led a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the $4 million amphitheater at Truman Waterfront Park.
Citizen's Voice

“Everyone keeps talking about how the Caroline Street parking garage is never used. I was there last Wednesday and, not only were all of the spaces taken, there were numerous cars waiting for...
Crime Report

KEY WEST — A 25-year-old man already on felony probation for grand theft accused of going on a vandalism rampage Sunday night into Monday morning was arrested by police and charged with a...
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No mention of storage plan at Glades chat

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 1, 2017

TALLAHASSEE — Advocates of legislation calling for the purchase of 60,000 acres of land for Everglades water storage may not have liked what they heard — or didn’t hear — last week at the Florida House of Representatives’ Natural Resources and Public Lands Subcommittee meeting, headed by state Rep. Holly Raschein, R-Key Largo.

Officials mum on workers' deaths

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 1, 2017

KEY LARGO — Six weeks after the deaths of three D.N. Higgins contractors working on a Monroe County roadway and drainage project, investigations are ongoing and officials are tight-lipped. A detective with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office as well as the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration are still looking into the Jan. 16 incident.

Report: About half struggle to make ends meet

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 1, 2017

MONROE COUNTY — Whether it’s working multiple jobs, having roommates, using informal childcare or all of the above, many Florida Keys residents have to struggle to get by financially.  A report released last week by the United Way of Florida says that almost half of Monroe County’s households are living at or below the necessary income threshold.
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