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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
Former Keys man spared death penalty

Prosecutors won't seek the death penalty for four of the five former students - one formerly from Key Largo - accused in the gruesome machete murder of a teenager in the woods of Homestead. The state announced Tuesday it would only seek to execute the alleged ringleader, Kaheem Arbelo, who is believed to have delivered the fatal machete blows to 17-year-old Jose Amaya Guardado, whose corpse was found buried in a shallow grave near the Homestead Jobs Corp facility.

Director: No prisoners at Key Largo facility

No jail or holding cells will be housed behind the barbed-wire fencing at the new U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations offices at the entrance to Key Largo Trailer Village, according to the facility's director and the building's owner. The 7-foot-tall fence, which some residents feared was for detention purposes, is standard protocol for all U.S. Department of Homeland Security buildings, according to a security specialist with the department's Office of Internal Affairs.

Lost no more: FWC divers find sunken boat

Divers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission find a sunken rental boat that went down near Molasses Reef. Divers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission find a sunken rental boat that went down near Molasses Reef.

FWC dive team finds sunken boat

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's new dive team scored a win last week when members found a rental boat that sank in January, while training with side-scan radar in the Upper Keys. The 26-foot deck boat was offshore on Jan. 3 when it began to take on water, rolled over and sank near Molasses Reef off Key Largo.

Food pantry wants to sink $500K into city property for community kitchen

A Stock Island-based food pantry that has branched out to prepare and serve meals to hundreds of children and senior citizens across the Florida Keys now wants to take over part of a Key West city-owned building to create its own working kitchen. Star of the Sea Outreach Mission , led by Executive Director Tom Callahan, is asking city commissioners to approve a plan in which the nonprofit will sink $500,000 into the old Glynn Archer School gym behind the new City Hall, 1300 White St. "No one is going to be eating there," Callahan said this week.

Key Largo man found guilty in child porn case

It took a Key West federal jury less than two hours to find a 38-year-old Key Largo man guilty on child porn charges this week. Russell Hudson Cullen was initially charged in November with two counts of possession of child pornography, which each carry a maximum of 20 years imprisonment.

Homeland Security building going up in Key Largo

A U.S. Department of Homeland Security facility the county rejected in 2011 that was supposed to be built in Tavernier is now mostly finished in Key Largo. At least one Homeland Security agency that will use the building is U.S. Customs and Border Protection, according to a Dec. 7, 2015 memo sent to the Monroe County Building Department from Michael Gaffney, physical security specialist with CBP.

Woman caught using stolen credit card

A 39-year-old woman accused of stealing and using another woman's credit card information was arrested Monday, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Michele Moser, of Key Largo, was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and use or possession of another person's identification without their consent.

Key Largo firefighters' dedication on display during recent high-profile tragedies

Two stories from the Upper Keys made international headlines since the year began, and each ended in tragedy. Both stories involved treacherous circumstances, dangerous assignments and brave first responders setting any concern about their safety aside to rescue others.

Marathon firm tapped to take over GM duties at the wastewater district

The Key Largo Wastewater Treatment District's general manager's duties are being carried out by a Marathon-based accounting firm with a long history of government contract work. The five-member wastewater district board of commissioners unanimously approved hiring Bishop Rosasco & Co.

Pink Plaza tenants not mellow over yellow

Key Largo is home to the Yellow Bait House, the Pink Junktique and the Pink Plaza, each of which is painted to be color coordinated with its name. So when tenants last week noticed two different yellow swatches on the side of the Pink Plaza building at mile marker 103.4, bayside, they started to worry that their businesses might no longer be in the pink.

Regulator Marine expands dealer network in South Florida and Midwest

Regulator Marine announced the addition of Yacht Works to its domestic dealer network, fueling the company's expansion in the Florida Keys, with locations in Tavernier and Key Largo, and in the Midwest, with the dealership's Sister Bay location serving both Wisconsin and Illinois. "The Regulator family just keeps growing," said Regulator Marine President Joan Maxwell.

Briefs & Clubs

The Homestead Soup Kitchen desperately needs volunteers for cooking, serving and cleaning. No experience is necessary.

Boater found dead in Key Largo

A part-time Key Largo man was found dead Friday floating in Tarpon Basin at mile marker 102 bayside, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says. Officer Bobby Dube says Charles K. Webb, 81, of Cutler, Ind., was found about 5:30 p.m. by a man in a boat.

Stories of Elliott Key

For an indeterminate period of time the island was known as Ledbury Key, named after the 1769 wreck of a two-masted square-rigged sailing ship. Mastered by John Lorain, the vessel had set a course from Jamaica to Bristol, England with, among other cargoes, cotton.

Key Largo man's child porn trial set for Tuesday

Russell Hudson Cullen, 39, pleaded not guilty to child porn possession, distribution and access charges. A federal grand jury originally indicted Cullen in November on two counts based on images U.S. Department of Homeland Security agents found on his laptop and an external hard drive in March 2016.

Briefs & Clubs

The Florida Department of Health is partnering with Bayshore Financial Services, PLC in a weight loss competition. Join the Upper Keys Biggest Loser Challenge, which runs from Feb. 24 to April 21. Registration is $30 per person; all proceeds will go to the top-three male and female winners in separate categories.

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