Florida Keys News Bureau
Fans of the fluted, pink-lined conch shell displayed their pucker power Saturday afternoon during the 53rd annual Conch Shell Blowing Contest in Key West. And among those who did it best was 64-year-old Key West resident Eddie Webb.
The first same-sex marriage license in the Florida Keys will be issued soon after two Key West men, acclaimed as pioneers in Florida’s fight for same-sex marriage equality completed their paperwork Friday.
Sand sculptors took to the sand Thanksgiving weekend for the International Sand Art Competition in Key West.
Staff at a Florida Keys based Turtle hospital are take care of 30 endangered sea turtles suffering from hypothermia.
Thousands of costumed revelers promenaded through Key West’s historic Old Town Friday during the offbeat Masquerade March that began at the city cemetery.
It was all about the stone crab in the Florida Keys this weekend.
An attempt to set a new world record will begin Friday morning in the Florida Keys.
A man destined to be a butcher is now celebrating his 50th year in the sportfishing business as a Florida Keys charterboat captain.
Thousands of motorcyclists from throughout America are traveling the Florida Keys Overseas Highway from mainland Florida to Key West this weekend.
Hundreds of spectators hooped and hollered as amateur boat builders paddled and sculled their self-made racing crafts to the finish line during this weekend’s annual “Anything that Floats” regatta race in the Florida Keys.