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Thousands flock to Duval for Women's March

Key West Citizen - Sunday, January 22, 2017

Larger-than-expected crowds took part in women’s marches across the United States and around the globe Saturday, and Key West was no exception. Thousands took part in the Women’s March...

Council eyes new program for fishing charters

Key West Citizen - Sunday, January 22, 2017

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council will start laying the groundwork this week for a new program that would reward charter fishing captains for practicing sustainable...

Man charged in fatal car crash

Key West Citizen - Sunday, January 22, 2017

A Key Largo man accused of causing a crash in July that killed 80-year-old man was arrested by Florida Highway Patrol troopers Friday and charged with a litany of drunken driving-related...
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STOCK ISLAND — A 63-year-old Keys man accused of operating an unlicensed moving company was arrested Thursday following an undercover sting operation, according to a Florida...
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“Shout out to the residents of the 1100 block of Johnson. The landscaping and continuity with fencing makes your street my favorite on my evening walks.” “I can’t remember...
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District to keep funneling water to Florida Bay

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

SOUTH FLORIDA — The ailing Florida Bay is set to get a bit fresher for good after some approved moves recently.

Pastor's passion is helping Ugandan orphans

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

ISLAMORADA — Tony Hammon, who moved to the Florida Keys at age 12 after his grandparents adopted him, never could have envisioned himself years later traveling to Africa to help other orphans.

Tragedy strikes Upper Keys work site

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

KEY LARGO — Tragedy struck in the Sexton Cove subdivision early Monday as three workers on a county road project died of apparent gas inhalation inside a stormwater drainage hole.  Monroe County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call at 8:28 a.m. and responded to the work site on Long Key Road at mile marker 106 by 8:34 a.m.
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