Keys Weekly photographer documents Bahamas plight - A truck driving down a dirt road - Florida Keys

Keys Weekly photographer documents Bahamas plight

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On Sept. 10, locals from the Florida Keys and the mainland made an over-and-back trip aboard a ferry from Fort Lauderdale to Freeport in the Bahamas. The...
Keys residents gathering supplies, funds for Bahamas - A small boat in a body of water - Florida Keys

Keys residents gathering supplies, funds for Bahamas

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“As soon as the seas calm down.” Keys locals who are collecting emergency supplies for the citizens of the Bahamas plan to make the crossing just as...
Key West, along with Middle and Lower Keys, still closed to residents - A sign on the side of a road - Road

Key West, along with Middle and Lower Keys, still closed to residents

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Most of the Keys remain closed to residents, Monroe County officials said Wednesday. “It's just too dangerous,” said Monroe County administrator Roman Gastesi during a conference call this...
Don’t let black mold get you down - A close up of a person - Black mold

Don’t let black mold get you down

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By Kim Bassett Hurricane Irma didn’t just bring wind and rain; it introduced conditions where black mold flourishes and grows rampantly. What is black mold? Black mold is a...
Learning process - A construction site - Earthquake

Less damage; experience just as bad

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An hour north of where Hurricane Irma made landfall, evidence of the storm remains in Islamorada, but Upper Keys officials are still thankful they were spared the...

MONROE COUNTY TO ACTIVATE EOC FOR LAURA STORM

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Take down your patio umbrellas. Tropical Storm Laura is expected to arrive in or near the Florida Keys on Monday. “The forecast track has it coming through the...

POTENTIAL FLOODING IMPACTS FROM TROPICAL STORM IAN BEGIN TO TAKE SHAPE; TROPICAL STORM WATCH...

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By Jim McCarthy & Alex Rickert As Tropical Storm Ian begins to organize and strengthen, a Tropical Storm Watch is expected to go into effect later today for...
Help is here - Money

Help is here

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SHELTERS The Red Cross is operating temporary shelters 24/7 in the following locations and providing food, a secure and safe place, and cots. Residents should bring water, bedding,...
Red Tag

What’s to say substantial

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The letter arrived. They have been out of their Big Pine Key home since Sept. 10, 2017 when it took on two feet of storm surge in...
Baptist Health Hospital demolition completed this week - A close up of a brick building - Baptist Hospital

Baptist Health Hospital demolition completed this week

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The final walls will come down on Friday, March 15 at Fishermen’s Community Hospital. The Baptist Health South Florida facility was destroyed by Hurricane Irma in 2017,...

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