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Winter sailing races in question

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, March 3, 2015

An annual sailing race has lost some of the wind from its sails. The future of the annual January sailboat races in Key West could be in question, as the current organizers of the event are...

Fantasy Fest on the hot seat

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, March 3, 2015

This year's Fantasy Fest theme is "All Hallows Intergalactic Freak Show." But city commissioners today will likely hear a much tamer presentation about the adult-themed week-long party, which has...

Larger-than-life legacy lives on

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Tennessee Williams, one of American's most prolific playwrights for the middle part of the 20th century, would have turned 104 this month. The nonprofit Tennessee Williams Legacy Foundation...
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"The picture of the Roosevelt Boulevard promenade in fog demonstrates what an obstacle course we have made out of our bicycle superhighway." "The city took out all the picnic tables at Bayview...
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LITTLE TORCH KEY -- A homeless couple accused of illegally living on an enclosed porch of an unoccupied home without permission of the owner were arrested Sunday, according to a Monroe County...
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County hoping to sidestep land dispute

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

KEY LARGO -- A likely legal conflict between local business owners and the Florida Department of Transportation over ownership of a strip of land is something the county was hoping to steer clear of as the matter was addressed during last week's commission meeting.

Tanked crusader helps control lionfish population

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

ISLAMORADA -- A highly adaptive non-native ocean species with no known natural predators has been haunting much of the nearshore waters of the Florida Keys over the past six years.

Novelist Kinder finds home in Key Largo

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

To meet Chuck Kinder, one would figure him more of a hillbilly than a published author. And that's just fine by him. In fact, he once described his writing style as "oracular in nature and pure...
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