Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, August 26, 2015
MARATHON — A local estate lawyer accused of operating a racketeering and embezzlement scheme has come out swinging against his accuser by countersuing her for libel in a 19-page lawsuit denying any wrongdoing.
The Citizen Review Board voted to not make any major changes to the way it investigates allegations against Key West police officers given recent discussion over whether it should research cases that...
The buses are gassed up, turkey sandwiches packed, and separation anxiety support groups are forming at the local doughnut shop.
That’s right, Monroe County schools are back in session as the 2015-2016 academic year began on Monday.
Florida Keys Community College welcomed its new students to campus on Monday for move-in day and orientation. When classes start on Wednesday, it will mark the 50th anniversary for the college, which...
Two Miami men accused of cutting the tail of a protected sea turtle and illegally keeping a shark after they were arrested by state wildlife officers in February will appear in court Thursday in a case that has spurred the interest of The Turtle Hospital staff.
Monroe County students kick off the new school year Monday and for the district’s newest sixth graders, it could be an anxious day. For the first time in their lives, they have multiple teachers and classrooms and will have to adjust to a new campus. Some students and staff at Horace O’Bryant School are doing their part to try to alleviate those worries.