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Shots fired over fishing spot

Key West Citizen - Thursday, May 5, 2016

A commercial fisherman allegedly fired a rifle at a recreational dive boat that reportedly drove through his chum slick Wednesday morning southwest of the Marquesas Keys, according to federal and...

Study: State's coral reefs dissolving

Key West Citizen - Thursday, May 5, 2016

A new study has found that the limestone foundations of Florida Keys coral reefs are dissolving at a much faster rate than previously predicted. The increasing effects of ocean...

Officials divided on Peary Court decision

Key West Citizen - Thursday, May 5, 2016

City officials moved swiftly on “Plan B” for Peary Court on Tuesday, recommending the use of $12.5 million of land authority money to assist a private company in its acquisition of...
Citizen's Voice

“The state’s plan to move the entrance to Fort Zach is yet another solution to a non-existing problem. Leave the trees alone!” “How is it 60 percent of voters are against a...
Crime Report

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents and visitors about two different types of scams reported Tuesday.

An Islamorada woman called the sheriff’s office Tuesday night to report being scammed by someone she believed worked for a legitimate loan company.

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Is Monroe County really that healthy?

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 4, 2016

FLORIDA KEYS — A recent study has ranked Monroe County as the seventh healthiest of Florida’s 67 counties, which might seem odd for an island chain where heavy drinking and high suicide rates are also well documented.

Aguilar likely out as manager of Islamorada

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 4, 2016

ISLAMORADA — After just a two-year run, Village Manager Maria Aguilar looks to be losing her position as Islamorada’s chief administrator after some behind-the-scenes fault-finding.

Major changes in store for swimming hole

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 4, 2016

BIG PINE KEY — A well-known recreational hangout that has been closed to the public for quite some time is due for a major facelift before being reopened in the next two to three...
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