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Vote over ousting Kessler today

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, January 27, 2015

The sound and the fury anticipated at today's school board meeting, where the board will consider removing a volunteer from the audit and finance committee, won't start until the final...

Annual count today

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, January 27, 2015

About 100 volunteers will spread out across the Florida Keys today searching for homeless men, women and children as a local nonprofit launches the annual Point-in-Time survey. The project is made...

Historic bell echoes with memories

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Fire has long been a very real and devastating threat to the wooden structures that comprise Key West's Old Town neighborhoods. Long before battery-powered smoke detectors, interior sprinkler...
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"On Olivia Street, the bicycle riders usually ride their bikes from Eisenhower to White Street, which is, of course, the wrong way on this one-way street, and, accordingly don't run the stop signs....
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ISLAMORADA -- A man dressed only in underwear and a stolen sweater accused of beating a woman with a stick was arrested early Sunday, according to a Monroe County Sheriff's Office report. William...
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Is bay restoration harming farmers?

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, January 21, 2015

SOUTH FLORIDA -- Multimillion-dollar South Florida Water Management District restoration projects designed to help increase the flow of freshwater through Taylor Slough in the Everglades National Park and into the Florida Bay have already improved the ecosystem, according to scientists.

Anthropologist finds 'Matecumbe People'

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, January 21, 2015

ISLAMORADA -- A South Florida anthropologist says Upper Matecumbe Key may hold the answer to which American Indian tribe actually inhabited the Florida Keys several centuries ago.

Prison in paradise

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, January 21, 2015

BIG PINE KEY -- The leafy 5-acre property that sits on Key Deer Boulevard, not far north of the intersection with the Overseas Highway, doesn't fit the popular imagination of a penitentiary site....
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