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New deep well case goes to court

Key West Citizen - Monday, April 27, 2015

Another legal battle about a deep injection sewer well will get its day in court. The Florida Keys environmental group Last Stand is challenging a Florida Department of Environmental Protection...

CRB to vote on director contract

Key West Citizen - Monday, April 27, 2015

The Citizen Review Board appears ready to give its executive director another year on the job. Larry Beaver, a police officer in Oklahoma for nearly 20 years before he ran a security company, was...

It takes a village ...

Key West Citizen - Monday, April 27, 2015

The scene at the Montessori Children's School of Key West is picturesque: Visitors are greeted with a white picket fence, grandiose trees circling the grounds with cooling shade, and a series of...
Crime Report

KEY WEST -- Two people were arrested and a third suspect who was wearing handcuffs remains on the lam after the trio ran away from police during a drug investigation, according to a police incident...
Citizen's Voice

"It made me so happy to see random people on the side of the road cleaning up trash on Earth Day. If only we treated every day like Earth Day." "So some of the folks who frequent Keys...
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Funding failure could nix Netflix series

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 22, 2015

UPPER KEYS -- The future of the Netflix series "Bloodline," at least its filming in the Florida Keys, may rest with the Florida Legislature. A bill that would renew tax credit incentives the state offers to lure lucrative television and film projects to Florida is still in committee as legislators argue over its merit.

Costume maker stays a stitch above the rest

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 22, 2015

ISLAMORADA -- Don't call Marcia Kreitman a seamstress. The longtime Upper Keys resident has been feverishly at work behind one of a handful of her sewing machines for almost 30 years producing theater costumes in South Florida. But, she said, her work is much different than that of an everyday clothier.

Billionaire puts Islamorada home on market

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 22, 2015

ISLAMORADA -- One of the richest men in America is bidding goodbye to the Florida Keys. Paul Tudor Jones II, a billionaire hedge fund manager, has listed his Upper Matecumbe Key estate for $14.5...
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