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Seller Beware

Over the last two years, pages and pages of complaints have been filed with the Key West City Attorney’s office — the result of the cosmetic store...
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City of Key West wants to play ball

It’s hard not to cry foul when the “Beach Bum” movie trucks are parked on one of the few usable sports fields in Key West. Unfortunately, Irma’s...

Paving Paradise?

Workshop Thursday, June 1 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Waterfront Brewery Something of this magnitude, has to have community input.” — Key West Commissioner Sam Kaufman. Commission considers garages, traffic in Old Town   It seems...

Lyft currently operating in Key West

The Outkast Agency, a national PR firm for Lyft, one the largest rideshare companies in the U.S., sent a press release early Thursday announcing Lyft’s plans to...

Waterfront board seeks public’s opinions

Come one, come all The Truman Waterfront Advisory Board will meet Monday, March 20 and welcomes all residents of Key West to weigh in on the final stages...

SECOND TOKE IS THE CHARM?

Legalization of medical marijuana back on the ballot   In 2014, Amendment 2 legalizing medical marijuana failed although it garnered 58 percent of the vote but fell short of...

Domestic Abuse Shelter struggles to rebuild

When the Domestic Abuse Shelter’s certification to operate a shelter was temporarily suspended in May by the state Department of Children and Families, The Lodge stepped in...

Between the Navy and a seawall

City ponders future of Truman Annex Harbor  It was difficult to determine whether it was Key West City Commissioner Richard Payne or revolutionary activist Thomas Paine at Old...

City puts the brakes on rushed bid

Health Department may have to find temporary quarters After a brief hiatus, the Key West City Commission reconvened this past Tuesday with an agenda full of proclamations, commendations...

Commission inks ‘trolley’ ordinance

Measure discourages stock piling of unused vehicles in the city Key West City Commissioners met for a second reading this past Wednesday and needed less than two hours...