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Takings case returns to court

Key West Citizen - Monday, February 8, 2016

A trial will begin today to decide how much the Monroe County and the state governments will have to pay a family who has successfully sued the governments for essentially taking their land in a case...

Historic seaport rates could rise 18 percent

Key West Citizen - Monday, February 8, 2016

A proposed 18 percent rate increase for transient slips at the Key West Historic Seaport comes with this fact:  Key West hasn’t touched transient rates at the downtown seaport for 10...

2 Key West hotels join Historic Hotels of America program

Key West Citizen - Monday, February 8, 2016

Two Key West hotels known for their heritage, architecture and famous guests recently were inducted into a national preservation group created to celebrate historic lodging establishments. The...
Citizen's Voice

“As a Canadian snowbird from Toronto, we have no issue with cross walks. We stand on the sidewalk and put one arm straight out in front and hold it there until a car notices and they...
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KEY WEST — A $600 generator was reported stolen from a construction site at Tropical and United streets on Wednesday, according to Key West.  There were no reported arrests as of...
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Two-job minimum

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 3, 2016

FLORIDA KEYS — After a typical eight-hour shift at his state-contracted heavy-machinery operations job, Upper Keys resident Chris Richert comes home and tries to grab a few minutes to hang out with his son. 

'Bloodline' return possible, but uncertain

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 3, 2016

SOUTH FLORIDA — The region has reaped roughly $95.4 million over the past two years from incremental spending related to the Netflix-based “Bloodline” drama series that films mostly in the Upper Keys, according to Florida Keys and Key West Film and Entertainment Commission liaison Rita Troxel. 

NASA booster is seeing stars

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 3, 2016

MARATHON — Elizabeth Moore can pinpoint the moment when her passion for the stars began. One evening, when she was a 4-year-old in Alabama, her mother took her outside to look at the night...
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