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FDLE agent placed on paid leave

Key West Citizen - Friday, November 21, 2014

Kathy Smith, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigator who led the state's probe into the 2013 death of Charles Eimers, was placed on paid administrative leave on Wednesday pending an...

Second video of Eimers arrest surfaces

Key West Citizen - Friday, November 21, 2014

A six-minute video of Key West police arresting Charles Eimers last Thanksgiving taken by an unidentified visitor to Key West was released by the Eimers family lawyers Thursday. The video wasn't...

Keys Energy to move offices

Key West Citizen - Friday, November 21, 2014

Keys Energy Services will vacate its James Street headquarters for 18 months so the 1950s-era building can be renovated and modernized. Customers who still pay their bill in person, or plead their...
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"I, for one, treated barracuda with disdain over the years, but it is obvious that based on numbers and size the barracuda population is near collapse. As much as I hate losing a nice fish every now...
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Two Florida Keys residents have reported receiving an email that purports to be from a professional hit man hired to kill the recipient unless a reply is made, according to the Monroe County...
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Village moving ahead to meet sewer deadline

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, November 19, 2014

ISLAMORADA -- Village officials hope to have the necessary infrastructure in place by the state's deadline next year for meeting advanced wastewater treatment standards in the Florida Keys. Whether or not everyone will be connected is another matter.

Council elects Bull as mayor

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, November 19, 2014

MARATHON -- Synchronicity and functionality continued last week as a smooth transition of the offices of mayor and vice mayor put recently re-elected Chris Bull in the Marathon City Council's top seat.

B&B boasts system's end product: 'Humanure'

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, November 19, 2014

BIG PINE KEY -- Everybody knows about manure, of course. But are you familiar with humanure? Harry Appel and Jen DiMaria, owners of Big Pine Key's Deer Run Bed & Breakfast, certainly are, and...
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