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Top 12 Things that are normal in October

"Can I get a Candy Bar" Face it, we don’t live here just because the sun shines all the time. Get real. And thanks to...

Turtle hurdles: Prognosis remains static

It had been exactly two weeks since the storm rolled through and still there wasn’t a single boat within earshot or sight. The water...
Storm Hero

What exactly defines a storm hero? 

Here’s our top list of what definitely does NOT define a #storm hero. September ushered in one feisty old lady named Irma. She came, blustered,...

Refuge assesses bunny population after storm

Irma’s storm surge, a lack of fresh water and freshly altered habitat spell danger for the Lower Keys marsh rabbits. CHAD ANDERSON/Lower Keys Marsh...

Monday Morning Quarterbacking: Leaders review Irma response

From Key Largo to Key West, local officials made preparations for Hurricane Irma and, after the storm, started working on recovery. Here, the Weekly...

MONROE COUNTY TO OPEN RE-ENTRY INTO KEYS FOR UPPER KEYS RESIDENTS...

Monroe County will open re-entry into the Keys for residents and business owners in Key Largo, Tavernier and Islamorada at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Entry requires...

Monroe County Schools closed “indefinitely”

The Monroe County Schools remain closed indefinitely at this time, but at this time school is canceled with certainty through Friday, Sept. 15. Superintendent...

Water receding soon, nearshore waters are unsafe

According to the National Weather Service in Key West winds are still gusting 50 to 70 mph across the Keys. There is no official...

UPDATE: Snake Creek Bridge is OK according to Islamorada Fire Chief...

UPDATE: Snake Creek Bridge is OK according to Islamorada Fire Chief Terry Abel. Snake Creek Bridge is okay Monroe County officials were receiving eye witness...

Hurricane Irma projected to make landfall in Middle and Upper Keys

LEAVE NOW HURRICANE IRMA’S FORECASTED TO MAKE LANDFALL IN THE MIDDLE AND UPPER KEYS, LIFE THEATENING STORM SURGE AND WIND IS FORECASTED  As of 5 a.m., Hurricane...