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Holiday wreaths continue elegant march

Key West Citizen - Monday, December 22, 2014

The holiday wreaths lining upper Duval Street continued their elegant march from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico this year, adding four to their ranks. "I found four more businesses that...

No chimney needed for Christmas in the Keys

Key West Citizen - Monday, December 22, 2014

Danny Lopez, though just four years old, has no concerns whatsoever that Santa Claus will find his way into the houseboat Danny shares with his mom. "He comes through the bow hatch while I'm...

Felon gets 15 years in gun case

Key West Citizen - Monday, December 22, 2014

An 18-time convicted felon sentenced to 15 years in federal prison earlier this month is appealing his conviction, according to court documents filed last week. Darin Lynn James, 47, was first...
Citizen's Voice

"If Charles Eimer's was one of the commissioners, or mayor, or State Attorney's father, or any of the others involved in this charade, I wonder if they would still remain so silent?" "Could...
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KEY WEST -- A drunk man on bicycle who fell, got up and kept riding after nearly hitting several light poles, the sidewalk edge and trash containers was arrested for drunken driving, according to a...
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District fires final shot before court hearing

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, December 17, 2014

KEY LARGO -- Another chapter in the ongoing feud between the fire district and its former provider, the Key Largo Volunteer Fire-Rescue Department, will soon be written as both entities head to court this week to battle it out over disputed property and monetary funds.

Layton leaders excited by return of restaurant

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, December 17, 2014

LAYTON -- Italian meals will once again be served to patrons in this tiny town's signature dining establishment. Aquapazza, owned by the adjacent Lime Tree Bay Resort, is expected to open early next year. The business will be a resurrection of sorts for diners in town.

Price tags put on sea level responses

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, December 17, 2014

UPPER KEYS -- The third, and final, installment of county workshops delving into the issue of sea level rise in the Upper Keys concluded on Dec. 9 in Key Largo and Dec. 11 in Islamorada with...
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