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Cudjoe deep well faces final inspection

Key West Citizen - Friday, April 28, 2017

A deep injection sewer well on Cudjoe Key could be online as early as the middle of next month, as state officials will give its final inspection next week. Department of Environmental Protection...

Dog bite trial begins in Key West

Key West Citizen - Friday, April 28, 2017

The trial of a man facing state prison time who prosecutors allege shoved a woman and punched her husband after his unleashed pit bull bit the woman last year began Thursday.  Sean Conrad...

Development board OKs Sonic restaurant

Key West Citizen - Friday, April 28, 2017

By the end of the year, Key West residents will be able to enjoy burgers and chili dogs from the comfort of their cars with the debut of a Sonic Drive-in restaurant on North Roosevelt Boulevard. A...
Citizen's Voice

“Do people here know about the airport’s plan to lengthen the runway? They plan to add 200 feet. Do we really want jumbo jets flying right over our homes and high school. Why...
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MARATHON — A 40-year-old Key West man accused of fleeing from deputies Wednesday night was arrested, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.  Laquenton Terrell Cade was...
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Clock ticking on water storage plan

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 26, 2017

TALLAHASSEE — With less than two weeks remaining in the regular legislative session, the state House of Representatives has yet to discuss publicly a billion-dollar water storage plan that calls for a reservoir to be built south of Lake Okeechobee starting next year.

Two hearings next week

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 26, 2017

KEY LARGO — Upper Keys Circuit Judge Luis Garcia’s May 2 schedule includes two murder pretrial hearings, a rarity in the Florida Keys.  One case is a gruesome double homicide over drugs and the other a bizarre domestic incident that led to the discovery of the female victim two days later in the couple’s shared home.

Mother: No single solution for addressing autism

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 26, 2017

KEY LARGO — It’s been a decade since Jill Campbell’s son, Craig, was first diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. And now Campbell doesn’t feel the same way about the disorder as she had early on; she worries a lot less and she said Craig is worlds away from where he was then.
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