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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
Family of filmmaker who died on a dive in the Keys is taking legal action

The family of famed Canadian conservationist Rob Stewart is preparing to file a wrongful death lawsuit against several companies and individuals involved in a late January underwater film shoot off Islamorada that proved fatal for the Toronto documentary filmmaker. Among the targets of the suit, expected to be filed in Broward County Circuit Court Tuesday morning, is Peter Sotis, a well-known figure in the rebreathing deep-sea diving community who was with Stewart when the two men surfaced after a 225-feet deep dive on the wreck of the Queen of Nassau Jan. 31. They were using rebreather equipment from Sotis' company, Add Helium, during the dives.

One seriously injured, traffic jammed after gravel truck overturns in Key Largo

A vehicle crash involving an overturned gravel truck snared northbound traffic in Key Largo Monday morning and resulted in one person being airlifted to a mainland hospital. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office sent out a message that traffic heading out of the Keys on U.S. 1 would be slow for hours while crews cleared a significant amount of gravel that spilled onto the road at mile marker 112.

Key Largo projects seek 28 employee-housing units

A proposal to build 28 "employee-housing" units on Key Largo goes to the Monroe County Planning Commission on Wednesday. The Sutcliff Estates Employee-Housing Project would be built on about two acres of scarified land near mile marker 95.3, at U.S. 1 and Snapper Lane.

Man masturbates in front of jail nurse

A homeless Key Largo man in jail on drug charges is accused of masturbating in front of a nurse, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Darius Elijah Whitehead, 36, was charged with third-degree felony lewd and lascivious conduct, which is punishable by a maximum of five years in state prison upon conviction.

Traffic delays may be 'the worst,' county leaders say

Traffic delays on U.S. 1 through the Florida Keys are nothing new but recent months seem to have been "the worst," Monroe County commissioners grumbled. "Every year we say this, but I really do think this is the worst.

Fire district accepts cut of trauma funds

The Key Largo Fire Rescue and Emergency Medical Services District board voted last week to accept its share of the Upper Keys Health Care Taxing District kitty after the county voted to dissolve the relic body. The taxing district was established in 1988 to cover uninsured victims of trauma incidents between Long Key Bridge and Key Largo.

Wildfire that closed Stretch caused by 'vehicle incident' on Card Sound Road

A wildfire that closed both Card Sound Road and the 18-Mile Stretch of U.S. 1 leading in and out of the Keys Monday was almost fully contained by Tuesday morning, according to state emergency management officials. The fire, which eventually ended up spreading to more than 600 acres, started from a "vehicle incident" on Card Sound Road, according to updates from the Florida Division of Emergency Management.

Hinckley Yachts Introduces Certified Pre-Owned Program

Buyers of previously owned Hinckleys can now get what buyers of previously owned luxury cars have been enjoying for years: a Certified Pre-Owned program that offers extended warranties and the assurance of knowing their purchase has been factory maintained. "Many Hinckleys that reach the used boat market have not only been built by Hinckley, but they have been maintained throughout their life by our own staff.

Sterile screwworm-fly releases coming to an end

State and federal officials are preparing to put the kibosh on New World screwworm eradication efforts in South Florida next week. Following a meeting with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, state Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam told the Keynoter Thursday that scientists are pleased with the drastic decline in the numbers of wild screwworm flies in the Keys and Homestead.

Council thanks state reps for securing federal grants

Marathon City Council members on Tuesday lauded the work of state Rep. Holly Raschein and Sen. Anitere Flores for help securing nearly $1 million in grants for the city. The two U.S. Department of Environmental Protection grants, one for $57,162 and the other for $875,000, will be used for stormwater management improvements, canal restoration and the city's vessel pumpout program at the Boot Key Harbor City Marina.

King of Fruit

Sketch of Ben Baker's Key Largo pineapple field as it appeared in an 1871 edition of Harper's Weekly. Born in 1850, Kirk Munroe was a lover of nature and adventure.

Cuban families desperately seek information on relatives who arrived on a go-fast boat

His aunt warned him through the interrupted telephone call from Villa Clara, in central Cuba, that the whereabouts of his mother and two younger brothers had been unknown for two days. Some 50 Cubans fled the island last weekend aboard speedboats to Florida, even though they knew they would no longer receive preferential treatment upon arrival in the United States.

Yoga pants, cozy clothes may be key source of sea pollution

In this, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017 photo, Sarah Egner, director of curriculum development at Marinelab in Key Largo, Fla., takes a water sample to check for the presence of microscopic plastics in the water. Gulf Coast researchers are preparing to launch a two-year study to see what kinds of microscopic plastics can be found in the waters from south Texas to the Florida Keys.

Yoga pants, cozy clothes may be key source of sea pollution

In this, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017 photo, Sarah Egner, director of curriculum development at Marinelab in Key Largo, Fla., examines a filter with material drained from a water sample under a microscope to check for the presence of microscopic plastics. Gulf Coast researchers are preparing to launch a two-year study to see what kinds of microscopic plastics can be found in the waters from south Texas to the Florida Keys.

Vacation-rental crackdown shows results, county says

Thirteen vacation-rental properties found in violation of Monroe County laws in February could face a combined $72,047 in fines, county attorneys report. The owners of the properties in all of the 13 cases that reached Monroe County's special-magistrate hearing last month were found to be in violation of the county code, which has strict rules on where short-term rentals of less than 28 days in residential communities can be offered or booked.

Naples charterboat captain faces human smuggling charges

A Naples charterboat captain faces federal human-smuggling charges after Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations agents found 11 people from three different countries below the deck of his boat, which broke down and floated in Tavernier Creek on Sunday afternoon. This was the second human-smuggling bust that day for the Key Largo-based CBP crew.

Cyclist second US 1 fatality this year

A 62-year-old Key Largo man airlifted to a Miami hospital earlier this month after being struck by a truck has died, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Roger Lee Andrulot was cycling on the bicycle path at Mile Marker 99 at 10:25 a.m. on March 4 when he was struck by a 2012 Dodge Ram driven by James Watts, 81, of New York, reports say.

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