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Post office addressing postal woes

Key West Citizen - Monday, September 26, 2016

“Come in, get it out, get it going.” That’s the mantra of newly hired Key West Postmaster Larry Cowan. The former Kansas resident has big plans for the southernmost postal service,...

Hometown PAC forum scheduled for tonight

Key West Citizen - Monday, September 26, 2016

The Florida Keys-based Hometown PAC will hold the first of its two final candidate forums before the Nov. 8 general election tonight in Key West. The first question and answer forum is about six...

Keys boat captain eyeing survival

Key West Citizen - Monday, September 26, 2016

Paul Wachter could be a millionaire. Confidentiality agreements prohibit the Keys marine mechanic, captain, rock star and father from saying too much about how long he lasted as a contestant on the...
Citizen's Voice

“I recently visited a town that had a street called Banyan Street. It was shaded on both sides by towering Banyan Trees. The street has become a tourist attraction drawing people to the town....
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KEY WEST — A couple told police they were attacked by a man at Key West Bight likely because they had seen him trying to steal a dinghy prior, according to an incident...
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Sheriff: FDOT non-response 'arrogant'

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 21, 2016

KEY LARGO — Upper Keys residents may have noticed construction at the controversial pedestrian crosswalk on U.S. 1 at mile marker 99.6. Last week, work crews with an auger could be seen drilling a hole into the right-of-way, possibly preparing for the installation of poles for a new red light signal system to replace the flashing-yellow accident magnet.

Paths cross; a life is saved

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 21, 2016

ISLAMORADA — On July 19, Karen Sunderland’s heart stopped for 20 minutes after the Plantation Key resident collapsed at her doctor’s office in Coral Gables before a routine appointment. Her life was saved thanks to early CPR administered by her doctor and a team of paramedics, as well as a set of circumstances perfectly falling into place.

Crystal Cove modifies road access plan

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, September 21, 2016

MARATHON — Residents of 50th Street near the proposed Crystal Cove affordable housing/recreation vehicle park project last week protested the use of their street as an egress point for the...
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