Key West’s Island House resort has been a longtime supporter of the work we do here at Towleroad, so we were very concerned about how they would emerge after Hurricane Irma left a path of destruction through the Florida Keys. RELATED: 10 Reason… Read The post Some Good News from Key West: Island House is ‘Safe and Sound’ appeared first on Towleroad.
The popular Florida destination currently is closed to tourists as clean-up in the wake of Hurricane Irma continues.
Hurricane Irma's steamroll over the Lower Keys left billions of dollars in damage, Miami Herald Reports.
Arriving hard on the heels of Hurricane Harvey, Irma cut a destructive swath through the northeastern Caribbean and Florida Keys. More than $50 billion worth of damage was reported in the United States, as well as 39 fatalities.
After Hurricane Irma hit, there was a major concern about South Florida's bridges, mainly the ones in the Florida Keys. Would the structures be safe to cross for drivers anxious to get back home? Would relief efforts be impaired dueShow More Summary
Jimmy Johnson won’t be appearing with the usual crew on Fox’s “NFL Sunday” because he’s working on his Florida Keys home, which was heavily damaged by Hurricane Irma. Johnson, who loves his life in the Keys almost as much as Jimmy Buffet loves Parrotheads, tearfully took Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel on a tour […]
BIG PINE KEY, Fla. (AP) — Tim Stanton emerged from his ruined workshop off Highway 1 on Big Pine Key and collapsed to the ground, his sunburned, tear-covered face contorted in anguish.
Hurricane Irma devastated the Florida Keys, overturning boats and toppling hundreds of homes. On Saturday, some residents were allowed to return home to see the damage.
KEY LARGO, Fla. (Reuters) - More residents who had fled the Florida Keys ahead of Hurricane Irma were allowed to return to their homes on Saturday, as authorities prepared to reopen Key West at the end of the devastated archipelago on Sunday.
MIAMI (AP) — As the devastated Florida Keys began reopening to residents who fled Hurricane Irma, officials warned the returning islanders to bring enough supplies to sustain them for a while, because no one yet knows when water and power will be fully restored.
Andrea DenHoed on Bryan Anselm’s photos of the residents of the Florida Keys and other areas hit hard by Hurricane Irma as they surveyed the storm’s damage.
Authorities said they’ve kept people out over fears of what would have potentially been a humanitarian crisis.
Residents wonder not only “Where now?” but also whether they can stay in the Keys at all.
The Miami Herald reports: All Monroe County residents will be able to return to the Keys Sunday. This includes those who live in severely hard-hit areas of the Lower Keys between Key West and Marathon. Residents of the Middle Keys will...Show More Summary
One can always depend on the UK Guardian to provide the crazy Leftist point of view. Here we have them providing a platform to climate scientist poet and writer Joanna
The key to fighting hurricanes? Just act natural.
The popular Florida destination was slammed by Hurricane Irma on Saturday.
Hurricane Irma will hurt boat captains in the Florida Keys for months to come.
A reported 90 percent of homes in the Florida Keys suffered damage and a quarter of homes on this group of once-paradisal islands have been destroyed...
It seems Melania Trump thought twice before wearing heels to visit another area devastated by a hurricane. She and President Trump left the White House early Thursday for Florida, where Hurricane Irma raged over the Florida Keys. For the trip, Melania buttoned up in a black jacket and wore a pair of beige trousers. Show More Summary