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City survey costs exceed $17,000

Key West Citizen - Monday, June 29, 2015

The city’s recent survey will cost $17,025, according to the latest report, since an additional $2,800 is needed to pay for a presentation of the findings.  A representative from the National Research Center will provide an analysis of the results for the city commission at a special workshop set for 6 p.m. Tuesday at Old City Hall, 510 Greene St.

Charity preserves Hemingway's work in Cuba

Key West Citizen - Monday, June 29, 2015

Hundreds of Key West visitors flock daily to the former Whitehead Street residence of author Ernest Hemingway. With cameras and smartphones poised, and the tour translated into nine languages, the...

Summer program feeds children

Key West Citizen - Monday, June 29, 2015

For many students, the summer months provide an escape from the bell-to-bell grind of books and homework. It allows them time to go to the beach, shoot hoops in the driveway and enjoy their mass...
Citizen's Voice

“Yes! Let’s rid the country and Key West of evil, slave-owning, murderous flags now! Right after the Confederate flag comes down, get that evil symbol of slavery, murder, plunder and...
Crime Report

An intoxicated man brought to the Monroe County Detention Center on an open container charge also faces charges for resisting arrest, reports state. Johnathan Altman, 27, had been issued a warning...
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Reckwerdt admits tax fraud, takes plea

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 24, 2015

FLORIDA KEYS — In a long anticipated hearing, former Islamorada mayor Michael Reckwerdt pleaded guilty Friday, June 19, to felony tax fraud as part of an agreement with federal prosecutors.

Report: Taser use 'excessive'

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 24, 2015

KEY LARGO — A four-month-long investigation into the actions of a state trooper who deployed his stun gun on a 59-year-old man has revealed the officer used excessive force. The investigation, though, also said the initial use of the Taser was in line with the training the trooper was given.

FDOT planting project obscures some businesses

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 24, 2015

KEY LARGO — A Florida Department of Transportation effort to spruce up the entrance to the island chain is two months into the planting project. And while it has added a significant amount...
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