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Key West considers car-share

Key West Citizen - Friday, April 29, 2016

A newly proposed car-sharing program could let Key West catch up with other cities and clear up congestion on crowded streets. Officials from the city’s planning and transportation departments...

Cuban migrants land at Smathers Beach

Key West Citizen - Friday, April 29, 2016

Twenty-three Cuban migrants came ashore in a rustic vessel early Thursday morning at Smathers Beach, according to Key West police and U.S. Border Patrol.  The 21 adult males and two adult...

Senate to hold Turkey Point meeting today

Key West Citizen - Friday, April 29, 2016

A state Senate panel will hold a public meeting tonight to discuss the potential impacts to the Florida Keys’ water supply and Biscayne Bay National Park from the Turkey Point nuclear plant and...
Crime Report

KEY WEST — A woman told police Wednesday morning that her 73-year-old roommate attacked her with a machete, but police did not find evidence that was the case, according to an incident...
Citizen's Voice

“ ‘Homeland Security’ is an absolute joke. Cubans walk ashore daily. Any of us standing on the beach with binoculars could provide more warning than ‘Homeland Security.’...
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Ornithologist left legacy of local science

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

PLANTATION KEY — You could say the creation of the National Audubon Society’s branch in the Upper Keys was all because of the nation’s one-time craze for fancy, plumage-adorned hats. Hats, and a bright ornithologist and his young family from Long Island, N.Y.

Group to visit Cuba for art experience

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

LOWER KEYS — Seventeen-year-old Big Pine Key resident Hanna Antonides has a passion for making a difference in the world while experiencing cultures outside of her own. 

Boerner looks to rejoin council

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

ISLAMORADA — Former Islamorada mayor Dave Boerner, who sat on the Village Council for two consecutive terms from 2006 to 2010, has decided to once again run for a spot on the local...
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