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Scientists urge delay in plant opening

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Two scientists with the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, along with a representative of The Nature Conservancy, have urged two local government agencies to delay opening the Cudjoe Regional Wastewater System plant on Cudjoe Key.

Found adrift

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

The crews of the vessels Knot A Race and Solo assumed the majority of their adventure and work was over when they left Havana Harbor and headed for Key West on Thursday. The seas were calm and there was not a rain cloud in the sky as the vessels pulled out of Cuba.

Stores awarded for booze purchase checks

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Here’s a switch: A Florida Keys nonprofit recently served up awards to sales clerks and store owners who refused to sell alcoholic beverages during a routine sheriff’s office undercover sting. The law-abiding were praised and given framed certificates. 
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“There is no such thing as a dog that is inherently bad. They are taught aggressiveness either through training or neglect. What goes for a pit bull goes for a Chihuahua although a pit bull can...
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KEY WEST — Police arrested a Key West man early Saturday morning in connection with a violent robbery that occurred in a parking lot off Duval Street, according to incident...
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Mayor, cafe owner takes over Fiesta Key restaurant

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

LONG KEY — The mayor of Islamorada recently took over the lease for Lobster Crawl Bar & Grill at Fiesta Key RV Resort, a 28-acre bayfront property with 300-plus rental sites.  Mike...

Marathon fishing family in new CBS reality show

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

MARATHON — A new CBS television reality show airing this week will test the character of those in dire financial situations, including a part-time Marathon family. The program, “The Briefcase,” finds couples in need of financial assistance, whether backlogged on loans or dealing with other hardships, and offers them an out.

Shelter contract renewed with changes

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

KEY LARGO — Those who opposed the renewal of the county’s animal control contract with the Upper Keys Animal Shelter were mum at the Monroe County Commission meeting last week. Without...
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