While working on a merchant ship, Steve Kalishman met his future wife in the city of Novorossiysk, Russia.
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Chuck Clemons will enter his fourth term as a Florida representative after defeating Democratic opponent Brandon Peters with 56.7% of the vote as of 9:23 p.m. Tuesday.
Editor’s note: This story contains graphic descriptions of domestic violence.
Silvestre Hernandez, who belongs to the Huastec, Totonac and Comanche tribes, was at Gainesville City Hall Monday playing various traditional songs on different flutes from his culture. His shirt read “missing, murdered indigeneous women” with two red hand prints on it.
With the need for reusable menstrual products rapidly increasing comes the opening of a new and improved Days for Girls sewing center.
When Tristen Ladika heard Hurricane Ian was going to hit Gainesville, she jumped into her red Prius and drove three and a half hours and more than 230 miles home to Jupiter, Florida.
Out of the corner of his eye, Fernando Ocon saw a small, beige sedan while he was walking home Aug. 30 through the UF Innovation District between downtown Gainesville and UF campus.
A multi-million dollar high-speed internet project will be implemented in 10 Florida cities; one of them is a small Alachua County town of less than 1,000 people.
Donning a white silk pantsuit and neon green nails, District 2 School Board candidate Diyonne McGraw surrounded herself with loved ones to celebrate her election night win as precinct results slowly rolled in.