Gainesville’s Martin Luther King Jr. Multipurpose Center will serve as a hurricane shelter in 2018.
After a 33-year-old UF alumnus lost his two-year battle with brain cancer earlier this month, his family is working to ensure that his legacy as a “Triple Gator” lives on.
After 13 years of planning, 10 years of fundraising and nearly two years of construction, a museum commemorating one of the inventors of Gatorade is set to open in Gainesville this spring.
To ward off bad spirits and keep her group protected, third-generation water carrier and 11-year-old Lily Smith smudged guests with sage at a Wednesday night water ceremony at Depot Park, located at 200 SE Depot Ave.
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