Thursday Aug 14
Big Coppitt Key man faces another felony connected to auto break-ins
The charges keeping piling up for a Big Coppitt Key man who was arrested last month for allegedly breaking into cars and stealing credit cards.
This race pits a political newcomer against a former Mosquito Control Board member.
Monroe County's nearly 18,600 Republican voters go to the polls Aug. 26 to decide who will be their nominee for the District 5 seat on the Florida Keys Mosquito Control Board.
Mosquito Control budget likely to remain flat
Against the recommendation of its director and finance chief, the Florida Keys Mosquito Control Board has adopted a proposed fiscal year 2014-15 property tax rate aimed at raising revenue equal to the current year.
Kayaks raise $25K for Mote
The Key West-based conservation group Keys Keeper and Dragonfly Kayaks have raised $25,000 for Mote Marine Laboratory by raffling off two fishing kayaks painted by world-renowned artist Robert Wyland.