Key West Newswire (Page 4)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Key West, FL. (Page 4)

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  1. Signage rules and guidelines are changingRead the original story

    Monday Jun 27 | KeysNews.com

    After nearly three years of research and rewrites, businesses in the Key West historic district will soon have new rules for signs. Key West Historic Preservation Planner Enid Torregrosa has spearheaded the project, which updated more than 60 definitions related to signage, created an overlay map designating different standards for areas in the historic district and changed the rul... For the complete article, please pick up a copy of The Citizen for this day or purchase this day's electronic edition at .

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  2. Man arrested for using his brother's identityRead the original story

    Monday Jun 27 | KeysNews.com

    A man accused of stealing his brother's identity and using it for months was arrested Friday, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Craig Dieter, 49, of Key West was charged with 12 counts of use or possession of another person's identification without their consent.

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  3. Law Enforcement Academy graduates 12 officersRead the original story

    Monday Jun 27 | KeysNews.com

    The Florida Keys Community College Basic Law Enforcement Academy on Friday graduated the recent class of officers at the San Carlos Institute. Among those were five recruits sponsored by the Key West Police Department.

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  4. Despite fewer teams, KW squads to play for home fansRead the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | KeysNews.com

    The field for the Key West Softball In Paradise B Division Tournament this weekend has dwindled to 11 teams, five of which are local teams and six, including a 12 and Under Marathon squad, are from off the island. The tournament was slated to have five age divisions - high school, 14U, 12U, 10U and 8U - but has been narrowed to six teams in the 10U, three in the 1... For the complete article, please pick up a copy of The Citizen for this day or purchase this day's electronic edition at .

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  5. Eleven unopposed candidates winRead the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | KeysNews.com

    Nearly a dozen elected officials have secured office, as no opponents filed the proper campaign forms or paid the fees to qualify for the respective offices by noon Friday. Every constitutional officer, except for county Clerk of Court Amy Heavilin, ran unopposed and took their race, including Sheriff Rick Ramsay.

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  6. Senior center murder trial beginsRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 23 | KeysNews.com

    The attorney for the man accused of murdering Air Force veteran and Key West native Carl Eric Johanson in 2011 told jurors in his opening statement Thursday that police arrested the wrong man. Assistant Public Defender Jason Smith told jurors that his client, Tod Geoffrey Helfrich, 51, was innocent of the gruesome death of Johanson that shocked Henry Haskins Se... For the complete article, please pick up a copy of The Citizen for this day or purchase this day's electronic edition at .

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  7. Dusk to dawnRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    "This is not a beach house," said Julie Schnizer of 1112 Varela St., the Key West property she owns with her husband Michael. You see, the 1930s bungalow-style front porch opens to a darkened double parlor.

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  8. Upper Keys squad hitting hightlight of seasonRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    Roughly seven months ago, the Upper Keys Volleyball Club began its practices at Island Christian School in hopes of giving Monroe County players more opportunity to play the sport year-round. Under the tutelage of coach Samuel Ovalle and assistants Lou Martinez and Candace Basilius, the Upper Keys based team has competed in several tournaments against teams from Key West, Mia... For the complete article, please pick up a copy of The Citizen for this day or purchase this day's electronic edition at .

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  9. ObituariesRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    Barbara Thompson, 89, of Belleview, Florida, passed away in her home on Monday, June 20, 2016. She was the wife of the late Reace A. Thompson, former sheriff of Monroe County, Florida.

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  10. Program offers youths mealsRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    The Summer BreakSpot program has started at various locations throughout the Florida Keys, providing youths 18 and younger free nutritious meals. In addition to five schools throughout Monroe County that are open for breakfast and lunch through mid-July, there are community sites in Key West and Key Largo.

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  11. Customs capacity increased for Cuba flightsRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    Customs officials on Tuesday approved a request from Key West International Airport that doubles the number of passengers allowed on commercial flights between Key West and Cuba. Previously limited to 10, flights between the islands now may carry up to 20 passengers, Monroe County Airports Director Don DeGraw announced Wednesday when speaking to update Key West Chamber of Commerce members on the airport operations.

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  12. City accepts seawall grant fundingRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    The Key West City Commission voted 4-2 to accept a $150,000 grant for funding repairs on 325 linear feet of the Truman Annex seawall during its meeting Tuesday night at Old City Hall. Commissioners Richard Payne and Billy Wardlow dissented on the vote for the grant from the Florida Defense Support Task Force, which was postponed at the last commission meeting.

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  13. Coast Guard repatriates 73 Cuban migrantsRead the original story

    Jun 21, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    The crew of the Key West-based Coast Guard Cutter Charles Sexton repatriated 73 Cuban migrants Tuesday to Bahia de Cabanas, Cuba. The repatriations are a result of four separate migrant interdictions at sea within the last week in the south Florida Straits.

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  14. Qualifying heats up as deadline draws nearRead the original story

    Jun 21, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    With the qualifying period for elected office ending at noon on Friday, there has been a flurry of activity in the past several days. Three candidates have jumped into two separate Florida Keys Mosquito Control board races and one candidate has entered into the Key West Utility Board race.

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  15. Cubans land at South Roosevelt BoulevardRead the original story

    Jun 21, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    Michael Ellstrom was driving on South Roosevelt Boulevard Tuesday afternoon when he saw a group of Cuban men jumping from a rustic boat just off the seawall. "They were jumping off like it was on fire," the Bay Point neighborhood resident said.

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  16. 'Family-fun weekend' closes with swim meetRead the original story

    Jun 20, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    After hosting the FKCC Swim Around Key West, the Florida Keys Community College completed its family-fun weekend with a traditional ABC Invitational on Sunday at the campus pool. Along with the Bone Island Swim Club, the Florida Keys Swim Club, 'Canes Aquatic Team and Coral Springs Swim Club took part in the meet, which for the first time also featured a master class in each event.

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  17. Dennis Beaver has his own stories to shareRead the original story

    Jun 20, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    As co-creator and curator of the Tennessee Williams Key West Exhibit, Beaver is more comfortable sharing details of the Key West playwright's life and work. He dismisses talk of his own Oklahoma upbringing, assuming - incorrectly - that, "No one's gonna care about that.

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  18. Seawall repairs on city agenda againRead the original story

    Jun 19, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    The Key West City Commission will have another chance to accept a $150,000 grant from the Florida Defense Support Task Force to help fund a joint effort to repair 325 linear feet of the Truman Seawall at its meeting Tuesday. Commissioner Richard Payne vied to turn down the grant at the last meeting because of a dispute over use of the boat ramp at Truman Waterfront.

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  19. Plea set in illegal gun sales caseRead the original story

    Jun 18, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    A former Monroe County administrator and a former federal courthouse security officer accused of illegal firearms sales are set to plead guilty on June 24, according to court records. Records don't state if former Monroe County administrator Thomas Joseph Willi, 51, of Summerland Key, and federal courthouse security officer Jarvis Nelson Osorio, 35, of Key West, will pl... For the complete article, please pick up a copy of The Citizen for this day or purchase this day's electronic edition at .

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  20. Rodriques survives heat to claim win in first US raceRead the original story

    Jun 18, 2016 | KeysNews.com

    More than 200 swimmers entered the water during the 20th annual FKCC Swim Around Key West, but it would be Marcos Rodrigues who was the first solo swimmer to complete the 12.5-mile race in just under four hours to take top honors Saturday at the start and finish line at Higgs Beach. For the complete article, please pick up a copy of The Citizen for this day or purchase this day's electronic edition at .

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