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Island grieves for boy

Key West Citizen - Saturday, April 18, 2015

In Key West, where baseball is a way of life, the city honors its fallen players by marking the local diamonds -- base by base -- with initials and jersey numbers, out of respect and as a way to...

County wants to protect fishing industry

Key West Citizen - Saturday, April 18, 2015

Monroe County commissioners want to protect the Keys' commercial fishing industry by tightening regulations that govern waterfront development. Current land-use rules require developers of...

State eases lobster dive regulations

Key West Citizen - Saturday, April 18, 2015

Things are about to get easier for commercial lobster divers looking to expand or sell their business. New Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission rules set to go into effect July 1 will...
Citizen's Voice

"I urge everyone in this town who cares about preserving our non-native trees, such as poincianas, to show up at the tree commission meetings. There are eight applications to remove huge poincianas...
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KEY WEST -- A 46-year-old woman accused of stealing from an 84-year-old, legally blind former roommate was caught by police this week after receiving an anonymous tip, according to a Key West police...
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Crosswalk tweaks coming

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 15, 2015

KEY LARGO -- Due to unease from local officials and residents alike, the Florida Department of Transportation said it now plans to modify the controversial pedestrian crosswalk installed last April at mile marker 99.6.

Big Pine rules create backlog fornew homes

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 15, 2015

BIG PINE KEY -- Before the housing market bubble burst in 2007, property owners throughout unincorporated portions of Monroe County had to wait four years or more just to secure a precious allocation to build a residential home.

Sewer firm: City's meddling causes problems

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 15, 2015

MARATHON -- The city's wastewater contractor had a March 19 sit-down meeting with Marathon City Manager Mike Puto and drafted a follow-up letter to air problems it has had with the town's utilities...
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