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Key Largo is located on an island off the southwestern coast of Florida along the Gulf of Mexico. The community of Key Largo is situated on the island of the same name in the upper part of the Florida Keys. The name is derived from "Cayo Largo" which in Spanish means "long key." Key Largo is the first island of the Florida Keys. The Overseas Highway to the famous Key West originates at Key Largo.

Population: 12971
Local Newspapers: Key West Citizen Miami Herald
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Fusion (MLS) Miami Heat (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with key largo, florida: 33037
Towns/Cities near key largo, florida : Islamorada Florida City Marathon

Key Largo News
Multiple vessels, a building, destroyed in Key Largo boat yard fire

A fire at a Key Largo boat yard destroyed several dry-docked vessels and a building housing offices and a retail store Saturday night. Firefighters from three departments fought the blaze, which ultimately took more than 250,000 gallons of water to put down, said Capt.

Keys cops still impacted by 2015 rolling shootout

Dashboard camera video from Monroe County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Sydney Whitehouse's patrol car shows a high-speed chase and shootout with Robert Schminky, who fled police after beating his wife with a shotgun Jan. 21, 2015.

Reservoir plans won't save bay, Keys guides fear

Florida Keys and South Florida fishing guides meeting Jan. 9 in Islamorada sign a letter to Gov. Rick Scott seeking his support in upgrading a reservoir plan deemed critical to protecting Florida Bay and coastal estuaries. Current designs won't do the job, guides contend.

Key Largo firefighters battle house fire Tuesday morning

The fire happened on North Bounty Lane in the Pirates Cove subdivision off mile marker 96. Firefighters responded at 8:10 a.m., said Capt. David Garrrido.

She arrived home after beer and poker at the VFW. The fire is not what killed her

Yellow tape surrounds a house at 720 Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Key Largo where the body of 70-year-old Mary Bonneville was found Saturday, Octl. 21, by Key Largo volunteer firefighters.

Study: Lionfish-killing contests help control invader

They are festive killing sprees, contests among divers armed with spears and nets to catch the biggest haul of venomous, non-native fish that have colonized South Florida's reefs. Lionfish derbies take aim at spiky, elaborately decorated fish from the Indian and Pacific oceans that have done to Florida's coastal waters what Burmese pythons have done to the Everglades.

Controlling reentry post-Irma was for everyone's benefit

We are at the halfway point of the planned six feedback meetings being conducted by county officials to gather resident feedback about how the Keys could have better prepared and recovered from Sept. 10's Hurricane Irma.

Still no suspects in Oct. murder of Key Largo woman

Yellow tape surrounds a house at 720 Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Key Largo where the body of 70-year-old Mary Bonneville was found Saturday, Octl. 21, by Key Largo volunteer firefighters.

Lawmakers look at solar storage during disasters

Could solar be the answer to keeping the lights on at emergency facilities? State leaders are looking into whether this is a viable option. A Key Largo lawmaker has introduced a bill proposing a $10 million pilot program for solar storage to provide electricity for critical facilities during grid outages.

Lionfish-killing contests help control them, study claims

They are festive killing sprees, contests among divers armed with spears and nets to catch the biggest haul of venomous, non-native fish that have colonized South Florida's reefs. Lionfish derbies take aim at spiky, elaborately decorated fish from the Indian and Pacific oceans that have done to Florida's coastal waters what Burmese pythons have done to the Everglades.

Prosecutors argued neo-Nazi bomb-maker had violent plans when he came to the Keys

A Florida Army National Guard soldier and self-described neo-Nazi arrested last spring at a Key Largo restaurant with a car full of guns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, military-type fatigues and a skull mask was sentenced to five years in federal prison on explosive charges Tuesday in a Tampa courtroom. But federal prosecutors argued for a tougher sentence, saying Brandon Clint Russell, 22, and another man who was with him when Monroe County Sheriff's Deputies found them inside the Burger King at mile marker 100, likely came to the Keys bent on destruction.

It takes a lot of fish to stage this event

Over the holiday break, 16 Florida Keys fishermen got together and cleaned 2,600 pounds of grouper to get ready for the 13th annual Florida Keys Seafood Festival. After about five and half hours, they had 800 pounds of local grouper fillets ready to be battered and served Jan.13 and 14 at festival at Bayview Park, Truman Avenue and Jose Marti Drive in Key West, says marketer Jill Snodgrass.

Hurricane Irma's hard lessons

Monroe County Emergency Management Director Marty Senterfitt and county strategic planner Kimberly Matthews respond to questions and complaints during Monday's Key Largo feedback session on Hurricane Irma response. Additional sessions take place through Jan. 22. Monroe County Emergency Management Director Marty Senterfitt and county strategic planner Kimberly Matthews respond to questions and complaints during Monday's Key Largo feedback session on Hurricane Irma response.

South Florida state senators push back on Trump's birth control changes

Amid a rollback of an Obamacare mandate that gave women no-cost access to birth control, two South Florida state senators have introduced measures that seek to ensure Floridians continue to have access to free contraception. State Sen. Lauren Book, D-Plantation, is sponsoring a bill that would require insurers to offer contraception coverage at no cost, regardless of what happens in Washington.

2 more Florida colleges may lose 'community' name

Florida community colleges would continue to be a vanishing breed under a proposal that will be considered during the legislative session that starts next week. A bill awaiting a hearing in the House Education Committee would remove the "community" label from Florida Keys Community College and North Florida Community College in Madison.

New Year's accidents on Key Largo injure two

Two Upper Keys residents people suffered serious injuries in separate Key Largo traffic accidents as 2017 turned into 2018, the Florida Highway Patrol reports. Kimberly Kelley, 48, of Tavernier was flown by a helicopter ambulance to a Miami trauma center after a Sunday motorcycle accident at mile marker 108, near the Jewfish Creek Bridge.

Keys legislator asks for millions toward hurricane housing

Efforts to secure funding for Florida Keys housing in the wake of Hurricane Irma rank among priorities for Monroe County's state representative in the upcoming legislative session. State Rep. Holly Raschein, R-Key Largo, filed more than two dozen bills for the law-making session beginning Jan. 9, including a request of $20 million for the purchase of properties "to rebuild affordable [and] workforce housing by acquiring former trailer parks and other sites" as part of Irma recovery efforts.

Parents and teens in South Beach on a budget: It can be done

Local residents and tourists enjoy a day at the beach in the South Beach area of Miami Beach, Fla. South Beach can be a great place for parents and teens to vacation together, especially if they can go their separate ways at times for beach, pool, shopping and dining.

Keys legislator asks for millions toward hurricane housing

Efforts to secure funding for Florida Keys housing in the wake of Hurricane Irma rank among priorities for Monroe County's state representative in the upcoming legislative session. State Rep. Holly Raschein filed more than two dozen bills for the law-making session beginning Jan. 9, including a request of $20 million for the purchase of properties "to rebuild affordable [and] workforce housing by acquiring former trailer parks and other sites" as part of Irma recovery efforts.

Homeless man's dog stolen from supermarket

It was 18 degrees out, and Buddy was well cared for. A Mastiff-Labrador Retriever mix, he was wearing a sweater and lying on a blanket outside the Weis Markets on Route 611 in Stroud Township.

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