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Wisteria Island's future uncertain

Key West Citizen - Friday, March 27, 2015

Development will not come to Wisteria Island soon, if ever, because a federal judge has dismissed F.E.B. Corp's lawsuit asking to be ruled as the owner of the 22-acre island. Instead, Judge Jose E....

Charges dropped against former officer

Key West Citizen - Friday, March 27, 2015

Prosecutors on Thursday dismissed all child molestation charges against former Key West police officer Henry Florentino Arroyo. The state charged Arroyo, 42, in March 2014 with two charges of...

Clawing its way forward

Key West Citizen - Friday, March 27, 2015

As spiny lobster season draws to a close Wednesday, this year's harvest was good and the price fishermen received was exceptional, they said. Asian demand has fueled a robust international spiny...
Citizen's Voice

"This week my neighbor removed a 70-year-old poinciana tree. He said he was tired of cleaning up after it. The tree service that made a couple thousand dollars removing it, was the same 'expert' who...
Crime Report

A woman was jailed Wednesday after police say she punched an animal control officer in the face when he confronted her about carrying her cat in a duffle bag. Holly Oswalt, 47, who gave police a...
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Lead contractor walks off KLOR job

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, March 25, 2015

KEY LARGO -- The general contractor for a 285-unit oceanside condominium community walked off the job earlier this month after years of work, according to an agent for the property association.

Shelters differ on euthanasia consultation

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, March 25, 2015

FLORIDA KEYS -- At the Middle and Lower Keys county animal shelters, all decisions to euthanize ill animals are made in consultation with a veterinarian. At the Upper Keys shelter, that process is rarely used, according to the shelter's president.

'Long Walk' finds a home

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, March 25, 2015

KEY LARGO -- A non-profit aimed at aiding military personnel and veterans in the Upper Keys with the everyday struggles of life secured its first place of residence last month. Ron Zaleski, a U.S....
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