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School board takes input on start times

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Don’t hit the snooze button, or adjust the alarm clock just yet. The school day won’t start any earlier — or later — for any of Monroe County’s public schools until...

One pedestrian killed, one hurt on N. Roosevelt

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, February 28, 2017

A 61-year-old New Hampshire pedestrian was killed early Sunday after being struck on North Roosevelt Boulevard, according to Key West police.  David Carter was killed about 2:30 a.m. when a car...

Martha Fitch keeps kids safe -- and loves doing it

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Some drivers are disturbingly oblivious. They speed past two permanent warning signs and the three orange traffic cones that Martha Fitch sets up twice a day in the United Street school zone that is...
Citizen's Voice

“What relevance does Miami’s choice to end its ‘sanctuary city’ status have on us? Many fled Miami’s ‘Every Man For Himself’ philosophy for Key West’s...
Crime Report

UPPER KEYS — Four convenience store clerks were cited for selling alcohol to a minor during a recent undercover Monroe County Sheriff’s Office investigation.  Seventeen businesses,...
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Director: No prisoners at Key Largo facility

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 22, 2017

KEY LARGO — No jail or holding cells will be housed behind the barbed-wire fencing at the new U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations offices at the entrance to Key Largo Trailer Village, according to the facility’s director and the building’s owner.

Boy's fishing brings family to Keys

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 22, 2017

LITTLE TORCH KEY — Eleven-year-old Tristan Hill is truly hooked on fishing. The young boy will sneak in a few minutes with his rod and reel almost every day before school, after football practice and maybe when he should be doing his homework. He caught his first fish in Alaska at age 2, and from there, his love for angling exploded. 

Marathon mulls mayor selection alternatives

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, February 22, 2017

MARATHON — The Marathon City Council last week discussed at length possible changes to the mayor and vice mayor selection process, and also weighed in on the community pool, Monroe County Tourist Development Council funds and code compliance options.
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