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City moves forward with Duval Street master plan

Key West Citizen - Sunday, August 2, 2015

Key West’s most famous street is getting “tired,” according to the latest report by a design firm working on the city’s Duval Street master plan. Duval Street, covering 14...

Eaton St. compound wins city approval

Key West Citizen - Sunday, August 2, 2015

The city has approved plans for a new family compound in Key West’s historic district, where the owners of 616 Eaton St. have designs to renovate a two-story house and build another home behind...

Apache Star sets unofficial record from Florida to Cuba

Key West Citizen - Sunday, August 2, 2015

History was made Saturday in Havana, Cuba as two men set the new world record for the fastest crossing between Florida and the Caribbean island nation. Offshore performance boater Mark McManus and...
Citizen's Voice

“Now that the majority of hotel rooms are owned by out of town investment groups and rates are through the roof, it is finally time for local hotel workers to organize and insist on higher...
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KEY WEST รข€” Police were called to the Stadium Mobile Home Park Thursday afternoon in reference to a fight that turned out to be between two men involved in a maternity dispute with a...
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Is another bay disaster on the horizon?

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, July 29, 2015

SOUTH FLORIDA — An extremely dry start to South Florida’s rainy season, which typically begins in June with hurricane season, has caused worry among some environmentalists who wonder how a continued lack of fresh water and rising salinity levels will affect marine life in the Florida Bay going forward.

NASA's Aquarius mission educates students

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, July 29, 2015

FLORIDA KEYS — Three thousand miles from home, 16-year-old Ciara Isaak was exposed to the challenges scientists and astronomers face daily.

Attempt to oust GM falls short

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, July 29, 2015

KEY LARGO — One commissioner’s effort to remove the sewer district’s top administrator seemed to fall upon deaf ears at the five-seat board’s most recent meeting on July 21.
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