Americans Are Modern Day Samaritans There’s a story about a woman named Kristyn Dominy in Florida who was driving her car with her young child...
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It’s 2015. According to “Back to the Future II” we should be getting around in flying cars by now and the Cubs will beat...
“Southwest Florida historically has its roots in two areas: agriculture and tourism,” explains Robert “Bo” McMahon III in discussing the term “Agrotourism” in relation to his family’s Southern Fresh Farms.
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ORLANDO, Fla. (December 10, 2018) – Southwest Florida’s Babcock Ranch, with sustainability designed into the entire fabric of the community, has been certified a...