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City nixes gallery in home

Key West Citizen - Saturday, September 5, 2015

A property owner’s plan to put an art gallery inside 801 Fleming St. was foiled when neighbors turned up at Old City Hall to share their institutional memory from having made a home in Old Town...

Shopping center gets facelift; landscaping underway

Key West Citizen - Friday, September 4, 2015

Yes, landscapers are removing trees from the parking lot at Overseas Market. Yes, the city knows about it, the Tree Commission approved it, and yes, the landscapers will replace the missing buttonwood trees.

District to consider starting school later

Key West Citizen - Saturday, September 5, 2015

If you’ve ever had teenagers, chances are you’ve seen the struggle that comes with getting them up for school. There’s the alarm clock ringing, the opening of the blinds, the...
Crime Report

GRASSY KEY — A Texas woman was arrested Thursday night after Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputies say she stabbed her son’s girlfriend during a dispute.  The woman who was...
Citizen's Voice

“Twenty-four new sabal palms at the Overseas Market. So sad. Doesn’t anyone else in this town agree with me that sabal palms just scream Fort Lauderdale! The Tree Commission should outlaw...
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Hurricane was town's defining moment

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 2, 2015

This story originally appeared in the Florida Keys Free Press on Sept. 1, 2010, for the 75th anniversary of the Labor Day hurricane of 1935, the most powerful Category 5 hurricane to make landfall in the United States.

Elderly dog finds home after 6-year wait

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 2, 2015

KEY LARGO — Six years may not seem like a long time for most people. But if you’re a 12-year-old, partially-blind and deaf dog that was abandoned by her owners in a parking lot and who spent half her life in an animal shelter, it might be.

Marathon selects Lindsey as city manager

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 2, 2015

MARATHON — As expected, Charles Lindsey, a former Marathon-based Coast Guard official, was unanimously selected at the Aug. 25 council meeting to hold the city’s top job as...
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