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suit: let Cubans stay

Key West Citizen - Thursday, May 26, 2016

The 21 Cuban migrants who climbed the American Shoal Light just south of Sugarloaf Key on Friday currently being held in a Coast Guard cutter at sea should be allowed to stay in the U.S., according...

Woman asks sheriff to re-open rape case

Key West Citizen - Thursday, May 26, 2016

Monroe County Sheriff’s Office detectives are re-examining a woman’s claim that she was raped by the same man arrested Monday night in a brutal sexual assault that occurred in Tavernier...

Savings lead county to drop consumer trash rates

Key West Citizen - Thursday, May 26, 2016

Monroe County residents will see a reduction in their trash bills starting in October partially because of the county government's recent partnership with the waste-to-energy company Energy3. More...
Citizen's Voice

“What ever happened to concerns regarding hurricane evacuation? The amount of building of new condos and hotels bringing in more and more cars is outrageous. Who ever is approving these permits...
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KEY WEST — Alonzo’s Oyster Bar called police Tuesday night after a man attempted to use another person’s credit card that was repeatedly declined and then attempted to hit a...
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FPL to draw back saltwater plume

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 25, 2016

SOUTH FLORIDA — Florida Power & Light submitted plans last week it says will fix the controversial water issues surrounding its Turkey Point nuclear plant on Biscayne Bay.  The major electricity supplier will begin working to draw the hypersaline underground plume infringing on the Biscayne Aquifer back to Turkey Point’s cooling canal system.

20 new historic sites found in Keys

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 25, 2016

MONROE COUNTY — Archaeologists have found 20 new historic sites in the Florida Keys in an ongoing survey project commissioned by Monroe County.  Davie-based firm Archaeological and Historical Conservancy is conducting the survey, which started in February and is about 95 percent complete. 

Manager search up for discussion

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 25, 2016

ISLAMORADA — A Village Council special call meeting to discuss the process the governing body will use to replace former Village Manager Maria Aguilar is set for this week. Aguilar was...
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