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Big Pine Key Publix draws closer

Key West Citizen - Monday, June 26, 2017

A plan to bring a Publix grocery store to Big Pine Key is moving forward and the developers will publicly discuss the project on Tuesday. Monroe County government planning staff, acting as the...

District to boost mosquito trial on Stock Island

Key West Citizen - Monday, June 26, 2017

The Florida Keys Mosquito Control District is increasing the number of lab-reared mosquitoes it is releasing as part of a trial on Stock Island.  The district is conducting a trial release of...

School Board tackles weighty agenda

Key West Citizen - Monday, June 26, 2017

County education officials will have a full plate in front of them when they meet Tuesday in Key West to tackle an agenda that includes a student drug testing policy and the $3.15 million purchase of...
Citizen's Voice

“Although I am very happy for the much improved lighting at Tommy Roberts Stadium, I am disheartened that once again, an out of county company received the bid to replace the lights which means...
Crime Report

LOWER KEYS — Monroe County Sheriff’s Office narcotics detectives had a busy week as four people accused of various drug-related offenses were arrested.  The Sheriff’s Office...
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Elder abuse case raises concerns and awareness

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 14, 2017

UPPER KEYS — Elder abuse takes many forms, from neglect and emotional or physical abuse, to financial exploitation and, in some cases, sexual abuse, according to the National Center on Elder Abuse. 

More sprayings planned for new state lands

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 14, 2017

LOWER KEYS — An updated state management plan implemented last week will likely result in more mosquito sprayings on portions of Sugarloaf Key and a few other areas throughout the island chain.

Bird center nears compliance with pelican pond

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, June 14, 2017

TAVERNIER — The Florida Keys Wild Bird Center has submitted an application to the state Department of Environmental Protection Agency to install and operate a closed-loop wastewater treatment system to filter its troubled pelican pond. 
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