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City approves SOS lease for kitchen

Key West Citizen - Thursday, February 23, 2017

After more than two hours of speakers, discussion, arguments and two fire alarms, the Key West City Commission approved a 10-year contract with Star of the Sea Outreach Mission for the use of the...

Trial begins over 96 flat-screen televisions

Key West Citizen - Thursday, February 23, 2017

A jury will decide the fate this week of a 50-year-old Maryland man accused of taking nearly $67,000 from a Key West developer over 96 flat-screen televisions that prosecutors allege he never...

Road construction to return this summer

Key West Citizen - Thursday, February 23, 2017

Key West drivers, walkers and bicyclists who still have sweat-drenched flashbacks of the North Roosevelt Boulevard overhaul in 2014 can breathe easier with the release Wednesday of details about the...
Citizen's Voice

“Now I see that the vendors on Duval Street will be able to use large signing advertising what they sell, along with expanding space, and vans for stock rooms — why bother to rent...
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STOCK ISLAND — Two women accused of leaving two young children alone while they drank alcohol were arrested Friday, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s...
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Director: No prisoners at Key Largo facility

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 22, 2017

KEY LARGO — No jail or holding cells will be housed behind the barbed-wire fencing at the new U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations offices at the entrance to Key Largo Trailer Village, according to the facility’s director and the building’s owner.

Boy's fishing brings family to Keys

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 22, 2017

LITTLE TORCH KEY — Eleven-year-old Tristan Hill is truly hooked on fishing. The young boy will sneak in a few minutes with his rod and reel almost every day before school, after football practice and maybe when he should be doing his homework. He caught his first fish in Alaska at age 2, and from there, his love for angling exploded. 

Marathon mulls mayor selection alternatives

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 22, 2017

MARATHON — The Marathon City Council last week discussed at length possible changes to the mayor and vice mayor selection process, and also weighed in on the community pool, Monroe County Tourist Development Council funds and code compliance options.
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