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Key Largo arrest related to Tampa murders

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, May 23, 2017

KEY LARGO — The FBI arrested admitted neo-Nazi Brandon Russell at the Burger King in Key Largo on Sunday on federal charges of possessing a bomb and explosive materials.  Details of...

Board tosses complaint against police

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The volunteer board that reviews allegations against Key West police officers voted Monday night to toss one man’s complaint against Officer Alexander Rodriguez stemming from what one board...

Shirley Freeman is still living her legacy

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, May 23, 2017

A young girl in 1940s Arkansas peered closely at the colorful pull-down maps that hung at the front of every classroom. With her ring of blonde curls bent toward the southern United States,...
Citizen's Voice

“Many people I talk to around town are very frustrated with the Car Free Key West group. This group is anti-car and it is very frustrating seeing a city employee our taxes pay, being so anti a...
Crime Report

UPPER KEYS — The 36-year-old Homestead man accused of video voyeurism for putting coat hook cameras in women’s restrooms was arrested in Washington State, according to the Monroe...
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Sheriff: Contractors' deaths accidental

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 17, 2017

KEY LARGO — The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office has found no evidence to support criminal charges in the deaths of three county contractors who succumbed to toxic gases inside a stormwater drain on Jan. 16.

Two groups vying for old chamber property

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 17, 2017

ISLAMORADA — The highway frontage at mile marker 82.5 that houses the old Islamorada Chamber of Commerce red caboose, historical information plaques, a picnic area and a small parking lot could have a new tenant by next month.

City mulls plans to shore up beach

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 17, 2017

MARATHON — Coco Plum Beach has long provided a sandy stretch on the Atlantic Ocean popular with both sunbathers and nesting sea turtles. Erosion, however, is washing away the beach and altering the shoreline. The Marathon City Council recently approved a plan to replenish the beach while seeking grant funding since solutions are costly.
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