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University of Miami Research Group is part of 10 Year Program.
When hundreds of millions of gallons of oil spilled into the gulf in 2010, researchers were not sure what was going to happen to it.
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Billie M. Greer of Wentzville, Mo., formerly of Key West, Fla., died Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 at the age of 86. She was the loving wife of the late Phillip M. Greer; dear daughter of the late William D. and Lila Lowe; devoted mother of Phillip M. Greer, Jr. and Jim Greer; and cherished grandmother of Abbey Lowe Greer.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Police: Suspect tried to choke live-in girlfriend
An arrest warrant was issued Sunday for 44-year-old Jeffrey O'Neal, a 6-foot, 200-pound Key West man who police say choked his live-in girlfriend while saying, "I will kill you in three seconds."
Cruise Deals: Now Is The Time To Book Your Winter Cruise
Are you ready to leave the snow, ice and cold behind? Do you prefer a hot and sandy beach over a white winter wonderland? Well now is the time to book your winter cruise and fight those winter blues.
NOAA: 11 dead whales suffered from malnutrition
Necropsies performed on the 11 whales found dead in the Florida Keys show that they were emaciated and suffering from malnutrition.
The Orlando Sentinel
Events light up Key West for the holidaysAdvertorial
Seasonal celebrations in a subtropical setting characterize the Key West Holiday Fest all the way through New Year's Eve in the continental United States' southernmost city.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Historic Architectural Review Commission is set to decide Tuesday whether the proposed two-story home by designer Debra Yates meets the city guidelines on historic district buildings.
Letter to Editor
The cruise-ship issue resurfaced this month, spurred by a report from the Florida Department of Transportation which stated that a decision not to dredge the Key West channel would cause a significant loss of business throughout the state of Florida.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Keys boat parades set the tone for the season
The Key West boat parade is among the largest in the Keys, filling Key West Harbor with all sorts of vessels.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Roof Top Cafe Chef Accolades Mount
Following his sixth consecutive win at the Key West Food and Wine Festival's Master Chef Classic in 2013, internationally renowned chef, Brendan Orr of The Roof Top Cafe, Key West, Florida has established himself as one of the top chefs in the state.
Correction: Aquarium-Illegal Shipments story
In a story Dec. 2 about the president of an Idaho aquarium being sentenced for illegally shipping protected sharks and rays from Florida, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the aquarium had previously agreed to donate $50,000 to the National Fish and Wildlife Federation.
Wintry weather visits the Capital Region thanks to stalled frontal boundary
Lucky sightseers in Key West, Florida, caught a glimpse of a rare solar eclipse on November 3. The total eclipse was first visible in the southern United States and will sweep across the Atlantic and West Africa.
$360K in TIF money sought
A cultural festival, Habitat for Humanity, a local homeowner, two churches and Key West High School presented applications Thursday for some of the $456,000 available from a distinct city property-tax fund.
Key West all-stars blank 'Canes
The Key West Junior Football League 105-pound all-stars blanked the Dick Conley Memorial Youth Football League Hurricanes 20-0 last Saturday afternoon to advance to the Orange Bowl Youth Football Alliance finals next Saturday in Miami.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The annual Sculpture Key West open-air exhibition opens with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday at West Martello on Higgs Beach.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Despite OK, Key West-Cuba flights still a dream
Key West International Airport gained approval two years ago to begin operating flights to and from Cuba that had long been stifled by a ban on most U.S. travel to the island.
Convicted killer Ferro seeks a new trial
Defense attorneys for a Hollywood man convicted in September of murdering a former Key West High School athlete want a new trial for their client.
Decision on ballfield postponed
The Key West City Commission postponed making a decision Tuesday night on whether to restore the beaten-down ballfield at the Truman Waterfront as a temporary solution to a shortage of athletic fields on the island.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Milton C. Anderson
He was born in Ellwood City, son of Milton Charles and Gertrude Anderson. He married Aileen Fuller on Jan. 19, 1967, in Clarion, and she died Sept.
Snow Birds flock to Florida for annual nesting
This is the time of year the Snow Birds begin to fly south to warmer climes. Some fly via airline, some by car, some by train, some by boat.