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Firefighter remains hospitalized

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

The Key Largo volunteer firefighter critically injured Monday morning while trying to save three construction workers remained in intensive care at a Miami hospital Tuesday, according to a gofundme....

Woman with box cutter at airport arrested

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

A woman accused of concealing a box cutter in a hollowed-out book that was inside carry-on luggage at Key West International Airport on Jan. 11 was arrested by the FBI on Friday, according to federal...

Mosquito board members sworn in

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Two new Florida Keys Mosquito Control District board members and one returning member were sworn into office on Tuesday. Board members Brandon Pinder and Stan Zuba attended their first meeting as...
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GRASSY KEY — A wanted man with a penchant for fighting and fleeing deputies was arrested Sunday after the officers hatched a plan to nab him with that in mind, according to the Monroe County...
Citizen's Voice

“Residents of and visitors to Key West should be grateful for the Southernmost Hockey Rink. If the lights are on when the rink looks empty, then some folks had probably turned on the lights at...
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District to keep funneling water to Florida Bay

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

SOUTH FLORIDA — The ailing Florida Bay is set to get a bit fresher for good after some approved moves recently. The South Florida Water Management District’s governing board last...

Pastor's passion is helping Ugandan orphans

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

ISLAMORADA — Tony Hammon, who moved to the Florida Keys at age 12 after his grandparents adopted him, never could have envisioned himself years later traveling to Africa to help other...

Tragedy strikes Upper Keys work site

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

KEY LARGO — Tragedy struck in the Sexton Cove subdivision early Monday as three workers on a county road project died of apparent gas inhalation inside a wastewater drainage hole.  Monroe...
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