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Accidents keep authorities busy

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Police and emergency crews were busy in the Florida Keys on Sunday and Monday. There were three major car accidents on U.S. 1 between Sunday night and Monday morning. In just a four-hour period,...

Board postpones decision on road rage case

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The Key West Citizen Review Board elected Monday to wait for more information before offering a recommendation on a road rage incident case turned police complaint, postponing a decision until its...

Capt. Chris Robinson on the ride of his life

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, March 28, 2017

If Capt. Chris Robinson were to write his memoir about his time in the Florida Keys, “What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been” could be a fitting title. He has been everything from hard...
Citizen's Voice

"We would like to thank the citizens and the town of Key West for a wonderful winter! For the last 10 years, we have been coming to Key West and every year it gets better! For the past two years, we...
Crime Report

A 26-year-old Big Pine Key woman was arrested early Monday, charged with stabbing her fiancĂ©, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies were first called by the victim’s...
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Student uncovers water layer that fuels hurricanes

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 22, 2017

MARATHON — Water pouring into the ocean from two South American rivers may be intensifying hurricanes, according to a study published by University of Miami doctoral candidate Johna Rudzin. 

Fire district accepts cut of trauma funds

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 22, 2017

KEY LARGO — The Key Largo Fire Rescue and Emergency Medical Services District board voted last week to accept its share of the Upper Keys Health Care Taxing District kitty after the county voted to dissolve the relic body.

City extends finance agreement

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, March 22, 2017

MARATHON — The Marathon City Council voted by resolution last week to extend the municipality’s finance service agreement with the Marathon-based finance firm, Bishop Rosasco and Company, at an amount not to exceed $356,000 annually.
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