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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
President Kennedy's nuclear bunker near Palm Beach to close temporarily as county takes over

More than 50 years ago, when a previous president kept a winter home in Palm Beach, a top-secret bunker was constructed to protect the commander-in-chief from nuclear fallout. The John F. Kennedy bunker on Peanut Island, with its bunk beds, 40-foot tunnel and concrete floor with the presidential seal, will close to visitors at 4 p.m. Sunday for what's likely to be at least a few months, as the current manager's lease expires.

Nine 'FEMA' Trailers Housing Irma Storm Victims

Nine travel trailers for Florida Keys residents displaced by Hurricane Irma are now housing storm victims and more are on the way. FL Keys News reported that four of the trailers are in Key Largo and all are on individual sites, not grouped together, says Monroe County information officer Cammy Clark.

Pennekamp among latest Keys state parks to open

Most state parks in Florida Keys have re-opened after Hurricane Irma, but Bahia Honda and Long Key remain closed. No state-park camping facilities in Keys are available yet.

Some now in FEMA travel trailers

Nine travel trailers for Florida Keys residents displaced by Hurricane Irma are now housing storm victims and more are on the way. Four of the nine are in Key Largo and all are on individual sites, not grouped together, says Monroe County information officer Cammy Clark.

When Irma hit the Keys, hundreds of boats sunk or floated away. The hunt is on

Contractors work Oct. 11 to remove a vessel displaced by Hurricane Irma at Boot Key Harbor City Marina in Marathon. Response crews from the Coast Guard, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency are managing vessel-removal operations.

'Bogart Film Noir Shorts Competition' expands, celebrates ...

The classic French film genre, film noir, famous for its pessimistic mood and its depiction of the "femme fatale," is being celebrated at the third annual "Bogart Film Noir Shorts Competition" at the Univeristy of Miami's Bill Cosford Cinema. From Oct. 15-17, filmmakers from around the world will be recognized as their contemporary film noir movies and scripts will be played and read for the UM community and a judge panel that is comprised of UM professors, students and alumni.

How the Florida Keys Are Coming Back to Life

A month after Hurricane Irma whipped its ferocious winds across the Florida Keys, a pearl-like strand of subtropical islands with an ecosystem unique in North America, much of the once pristine landscape remains littered with the wreckage the storm left behind. Tourism, normally a $1.6 billion a year industry that employs about half the Keys' work force, took a battering of its own, with dozens of hotels, restaurants, dive shops, fishing charters and other businesses closed for repairs or reconstruction.

Hurricane Irma decimated Florida Keys' lobster industry

Billy Niles and his fellow lobster fishermen have to find their traps before they are really back in business. "We're locating them, but it takes a while," said Niles, a veteran of the Keys lobster trade for seven decades.

Notable Historic Florida Hurricanes 1950-1989

In 1953, the United States began giving female names to hurricanes to make them easier to identify and remember. The National Hurricane Center adopted a 6-year list of designated names for these tropical cyclones.

Mountains of storm trash prove costly

A pile of hurricane debris fills the open space at Rowell's Waterfront Park, a Monroe County-owned property on Key Largo. Renting private space for temporary storage is expensive, county commissioners will hear Wednesday A pile of hurricane debris fills the open space at Rowell's Waterfront Park, a Monroe County-owned property on Key Largo.

7 inspiring stories to emerge from recent natural disasters

A boat is partially submerged in a canal in the wake of Hurricane Irma, Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, in Key Largo, Florida.

New Miami auxiliary is first Peruvian-born US bishop

On Thursday Pope Francis named Fr. Enrique Delgado, who has a background in economics, as an auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of Miami, making him the first Peruvian bishop in the United States.

Your Money-Skip the health insurance tax question? Not so fast

With the fate of the Affordable Care Act up in the air after President Donald Trump took office in January, some taxpayers skipped a question on their 2016 returns that asked them to certify whether they had health insurance. Now, individuals who did may be facing a tax bill that could run into the hundreds of dollars, or even thousands if family members are included.

A baby turtle was found on the highway a day after Irma. It was easy to name

A baby loggerhead turtle was found on the Overseas Highway a day after Hurricane Irma swept through the Florida Keys. Zirkelbach hopes that Irma, who was found Sept.

Salvage crew recovers sunken boat from Molasses Reef

The Sea Tow Key Largo crew of Capt. Steve Powers , Daniel Hertel and John Griffin bring a Hewes flats boat that sank at Molasses Reef back to shore Saturday.

Pace of storm-debris pickup increases, says county

It might not seem like it but piles of Hurricane Irma debris that line U.S. 1 through much of the Florida Keys are shrinking, Monroe County staff reports. "As of Friday, Oct. 6, more than 160,000 combined cubic yards of hurricane debris, including vegetative and construction, have been collected in neighborhoods and along U.S. 1," said Cammy Clark, information officer for unincorporated Monroe County.

Firefighter dismissed over watermelon gift

A Detroit firefighter has been sacked, after he brought a watermelon as a welcoming gift to his fellow firefighters. Local media reports that several of the predominantly African American crew at the fire station were highly offended by the gift, leading to the man's dismissal.

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