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    Safety first during lobster mini-season

    With another lobster mini-season under way, it's important to know the lobster aren't the only thing in danger today and Thursday.

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    Keys getting tired of FDOT's heavy-handed tactics

    Extortion and protection rackets are the stuff of organized crime, but unchecked government agencies have been known to play the game, too. That's what seems like is happening in the Upper Keys with the Florida Department of Transportation. And Middle and Lower Keys residents and business ...

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    Keys needs more medical specialists

    The Keys are a great place to live, but an expensive place if you’re sick.

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    Volunteers drive the holiday weekend in the Keys

    A lot was going on during the July 4 th weekend in the Keys. There were parades, boat races, key lime pie-eating contests and fireworks displays up and down the island chain. Thankfully, all the fireworks shows came off without a hitch, without any debilitating injuries resulting from mishandling...

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    Keys volunteers deserve our thanks

    A lot was going on during the Fourth of July weekend in the Keys.

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    Landmark decision is just the start

    Last week the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution guarantees same-sex couples the right to marry. LGBT couples from coast to coast can now embrace the validation of their unions, knowing their commitment to one another is protected by the law of the land. An outpouring of celebration...

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    Corruption can be forgiven, not forgotten

    Rejecting disgraced former Monroe County School District superintendent Randy Acevedo from a list of potential assistant high school football coaches has nothing to do with forgiveness or lack thereof.  Acevedo was convicted in 2009 in connection with his wife Monique Acevedo’s theft...