Kella and Aiden Sowder didn’t know rising before the sun would land them in the slammer.
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On Friday, Santa Fe College biology professor Jerry Johnston and three other researchers sat on a dock, their legs dipped in Hornsby Spring.
The Art in Public Places Trust is on the lookout for artists.
Interstate 75 is now streaming.
Before Tracy Morgan jokes in slang and Josh Turner sings in twang, UF’s Alumni Association will throw a cocktail party.
Kenrick Watkins usually hands out chips, chicken tenders or miniburgers, but on Monday, the samples were cups of tomato soup.
About a half-dozen second-year law students peered through a crowd of balding and silver-haired heads to get a look at the past and their futures Monday night.
Dustin White braced for impact when he heard the rumble of a car behind him. Soon after, the car’s mirror clipped him as he cycled along Williston Road.
If you head east on Northeast 39th Street just beyond the Lamplighter Mobile Home Park, you’ll find a group of folks that live in a state of industry.
Erica Merrell opened an envelope and found a blessing.
When Whitney Jeter left her car in West Palm Beach last year, she didn’t know she’d help Gainesville break a record.
Donnie Young starts his mornings watching deer from his front-porch rocking chair.
When the Nov. 6 elections roll around, Alachua County voters will have a say in whether local sales taxes should increase.
The Gator Wesley Foundation’s campus pastor believes it was a BB shot from a passing vehicle that shattered its glass door Wednesday night.
Regional Transit System’s bus routes will change Saturday due to the 2012 Gainesville Pride Parade.
Days after a video leaked about presidential nominee Mitt Romney telling supporters that 47 percent of the nation is overdependent on government support, the nationwide discussion has trickled down to Gainesville.
The Continuum’s garage has gone solar.
Chloe Shill went from living in the busy suburbs of Miami to the walkable streets of Gainesville.
Rob Roche is on the search to make the perfect poutine.
Gainesville’s green scene got some attention Saturday when various energy executives taught residents about energy conservation.