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$900K ends Eimers lawsuit

Key West Citizen - Friday, January 30, 2015

Admitting no fault and calling it a "business decision," the city Thursday hammered out a $900,000 settlement to end the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Charles Eimers.

CRB recommends FBI investigate Eimers death

Key West Citizen - Friday, January 30, 2015

The FBI needs to investigate whether Key West police violated Charles Eimers' civil rights during the 2013 arrest that preceded his death by six days, according to the Citizen Review Board. In a...

Preserving living war history

Key West Citizen - Friday, January 30, 2015

The Collings Foundation has been crisscrossing America for 26 years, flying vintage World War II planes as part of its living history lesson straight out of the 1940s. On Monday, four of the...
Citizen's Voice

"We drove from Summerland Key to see the Dachshund parade in Key West on New Year's Day. We were told at the city parking garage at Caroline and Grinnell streets that there was a $30 all-day 'special...
Crime Report

KEY WEST -- A 62-year-old housekeeper accused of stealing money from former city commissioner Tom Oosterhoudt and his mother was arrested Wednesday, according to Key West Police...
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Could permit threaten Keysdrinking water?

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, January 28, 2015

SOUTH FLORIDA -- Florida Power & Light's plan to fix problems with its Turkey Point nuclear plant's cooling canals by drawing more water from the Biscayne Aquifer, which also provides drinking water to the Florida Keys, has local officials keeping a watchful eye.

Daytime bridge openings may drop

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, January 28, 2015

ISLAMORADA -- Plans are underway for fewer openings of the Snake Creek drawbridge, at least on a temporary basis, in order to alleviate traffic backups.

Realtors proclaim a banner year

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, January 28, 2015

FLORIDA KEYS -- Local real estate agents say the housing market is nearly back to its former glory. In 2008, the real estate market, along with much of the financial world, flopped. Banks failed,...
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