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By DOTTY NIST A call for vendors to submit business proposals for Grayton Beach State Park has been rescinded in the wake of opposition from the public.
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The Key West Collegiate Academy, which started off just a few years ago with a handful of students in a couple of rooms at Florida Keys Community College, now has a large building in which to hang its collective hat.
All Aboard Boat Rentals owner Brian M. Aronoff, 49, was hit by his own boat in the 10:30 a.m. accident near Russell Key, in the Gulf of Mexico.
Lots of businesses in Key West have lobbied for years to try to get larger cruise ships to make port calls in Key West.
Amber Hill and Jess Terry recently rode their bikes through Myrtle Beach and into Georgetown on July 2. It's all part of a 2,400 mile journey they're taking this summer to raise awareness of ovarian cancer.
The Bull and Whistle Bar, located at the corner of Duval and Caroline Streets in Key West Florida, is the last of the old-time Duval Street open-air bars.
Last week, Raw Story featured an unusual summer travel spot- The Occult Museum of Ed and Elizabeth Warren.
Most Caribbean coral reefs may disappear in the next 20 years, if something isn't done, a new report warns.
Part of what makes Key West, Florida such an exceptional place to visit when choosing which island vacations may be right is the fact that it has much more diversity to offer than any other destination.
Monroe Circuit Judge Luis Garcia says he will decide soon whether two gay Key West bartenders can marry each other immediately.
Chief Monroe County Circuit Court Judge Luis Garcia told a packed courthouse in Plantation Key Monday that he'll issue a ruling shortly on a Key West couple's effort to overturn Florida's constitutional ban on gay marriage.
Army Special Forces Maj. Josh Eaton is back in Key West, but this time he's in command -- a far cry from his visit some 14 years ago when just a cadet.
The Monroe County case mirrors a suit filed in January by six same-sex couples who want to marry in Miami-Dade County.
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