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Latest Zika case in Key West

Key West Citizen - Thursday, September 29, 2016

State Department of Health officials have confirmed a fifth travel-related case of the Zika virus in Monroe County. The current case involves a person in Key West. Florida Keys Mosquito Control...

Officials suspend search for Cuban migrants

Key West Citizen - Thursday, September 29, 2016

The U.S. Coast Guard has ended its search for survivors of a Cuban chug that sank south of the Marquesas Keys last week, while detectives identified a female body found Big Munson Island on...

Family pet found in Key West, heads home

Key West Citizen - Thursday, September 29, 2016

Ginger the dog is headed home to Georgia. She has a family to take care of. The dog’s duties were interrupted this past month when the sweet-natured shepherd mix either escaped or was...
Citizen's Voice

“Conchs, go ahead and tell me you were born and raised here. We moved a lot when I was growing up. I love meeting people who have real roots somewhere. Don’t hide the...
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LOWER KEYS — Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Deputy James Hager charged three people with lobster violations Sunday during marine patrols.  While on boat patrol near the Seven Mile...
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Mothers oppose mosquito spraying times

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 28, 2016

UPPER KEYS — A group of concerned mothers are outraged that the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District is conducting aerial spraying during school commuting times, potentially increasing the exposure of their children to the insecticide Dibrom and one of its possibly harmful ingredients, Naled.

Threats fly at sewer board meeting

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 28, 2016

KEY LARGO — The most recent operations report for the Key Largo Wastewater Treatment District touted that no odor complaints were received during August, but that didn’t stop other complaints from wafting around the room at the district’s Sept. 20 board meeting.

New manager prepares to take seat

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 28, 2016

ISLAMORADA — Village residents will see a fresh face around town come next week. Seth Lawless, hired last month as the new village manager, is expected to take take the helm Monday, Oct....
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