Feb 5, 2013
Tomato trouble averted with deal
Southwest Florida residents and consumers around the nation won't be seeing a price hike in fresh tomatoes after all.
Tomatoes price spike hinges on trade pact
Get ready to start paying more for tomatoes at the supermarket. Southwest Florida residents and consumers around the nation could soon face a "tomato cliff" that could double retail prices if a trade agreement between the U.S. and Mexico ends, according to a recent study by a major Arizona-based trade association.
Pig on Collier County road starts chain reaction crash that injures 11 people
A car disabled from striking a pig in the middle of a rural road Friday night was hit by two other cars, resulting in three people hospitalized with serious injuries and eight other passengers injured on State Road 29 in northern Collier County.
In tiny places, rural post offices are big
Never mind their official job titles -- Gina Poppell, Brenda Brown and Debbie Dailey are counselors, confessors, historians, gallery owners, librarians and shoulders to cry on.