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Too many cars; too few solutions

Key West Citizen - Friday, March 24, 2017

A meeting of the minds Thursday at City Hall concluded traffic problems at the entrance to Key West are complicated and there’s no easy fix to the congestion. The meeting was organized by Key...

Explosion sends two to hospital

Key West Citizen - Friday, March 24, 2017

An explosion Thursday morning at a welding shop in Marathon sent two men to a Miami hospital. The men were welding or working on an aluminum fuel tank shortly before 10:30 a.m. at Vern’s...

Former bank employee faces grand theft charge

Key West Citizen - Friday, March 24, 2017

A vault filled with cash apparently proved too tempting for one former Key West bank employee. Kunia Ja-Kay Rodrigues, 31, was arrested last week in Miami after county Judge Peary Fowler signed a...
Citizen's Voice

“Our next decision isn’t what type of coffee we’d like but instead ‘how will we pay such high rents?’” “Yes, drinks are cheaper back home. So are houses. If...
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BIG PINE KEY — A 66-year-old man drunk on moonshine was accused of punching a man and then resisting arrest Thursday morning, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.  The...
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Student uncovers water layer that fuels hurricanes

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 22, 2017

MARATHON — Water pouring into the ocean from two South American rivers may be intensifying hurricanes, according to a study published by University of Miami doctoral candidate Johna Rudzin. 

Fire district accepts cut of trauma funds

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 22, 2017

KEY LARGO — The Key Largo Fire Rescue and Emergency Medical Services District board voted last week to accept its share of the Upper Keys Health Care Taxing District kitty after the county voted to dissolve the relic body.

City extends finance agreement

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 22, 2017

MARATHON — The Marathon City Council voted by resolution last week to extend the municipality’s finance service agreement with the Marathon-based finance firm, Bishop Rosasco and Company, at an amount not to exceed $356,000 annually.
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