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Services are available for children with disabilities through all three learning options offered for the school year
The Alachua County website has been visited by thousands of local residents and small businesses looking to apply to the county's CARES Act gr…
While psychics and spiritual advisors have moved appointments online, neither their businesses nor their abilities have suffered
Alachua County Libraries reopened for computer and copier use by appointment only after having been closed since March 15
With record-breaking numbers of COVID-19 cases in Florida, residents say the safety of reopening public schools seems risky
As Black Lives Matter protestors continue to call for change, many people feel as if Independence Day shouldn’t be celebrated at all until everyone is considered equal
The county reported an additional 82 cases and one death, bringing the county’s total to 945 cases and 12 deaths as of Friday
The commission hopes to increase face mask compliance in response to county's recent increase in COVID-19 cases
Alachua County’s emergency order still requires the use of face masks in public spaces where social distancing isn’t possible.
Resources given by the school district include the Safer, Smarter Kids initiative, meal distribution programs and counseling provided by school staff as well as the Alachua County
Amid the pandemic, district 3 candidates have had to change how they reach voters. The transition to digital has been more of a challenge for some than others.
Without the assistance of federal aid during COVID-19, undocumented immigrants must risk exposing themselves to the virus in order to make a living. Local nonprofits have stepped in to help.
Establishments around Gainesville are offering resources to combat food insecurity intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gainesville Attorney Raemi Eagle-Glenn sent a letter threatening a lawsuit against Alachua County over its face mask ordinance. The order is being considered discriminatory toward people with medical conditions and disabilities.
From Cinco de Mayo celebrations to takeout only, restaurants have responded differently to Gov. Ron DesSantis’ order to reopen.
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