The Florida city is no stranger to flooding, but back-to-back hits from hurricanes have left residents soaked, frustrated and worried about the future.
By NEIL REISNER and AMY HARMON September 13, 2017 HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Five people are dead and 115 have been evacuated to a local hospital from a nursing home that had no air conditioning following Hurricane Irma, the police said Wednesday. Two...
Hurricane Irma left portions of Florida with flooded streets and blacked-out cities. An estimated 15 million Floridians are without power.
People who settle in the Keys often are escaping mainland life or resetting their own, and now some wonder if they should try a fresh start somewhere else.
Technology, building codes, weather forecasts and a more sophisticated understanding of mass evacuation helped keep the death toll low, experts say.
Many Florida cultural organizations are relieved that, thanks to careful preparation and good luck, Hurricane Irma was not as bad as they had feared.