Friday’s temperature reached 88 degrees, but to one student, it was sweater weather.
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UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences' extension is celebrating its 100th birthday this month.
On Wednesday, two bills opposing the Florida statute banning concealed weapons on university and college campuses were passed through committees in the Florida House and Senate.
When Mary Katherine Fechtel stood in front of the crowd at the Miss America pageant, there was only one way to introduce herself.
With new students comes new marketing opportunities for Gainesville businesses.
When UF honors student Silvio Martinez arrived at school this Fall, he knew Hume Hall would be his home for freshman year.
No stranger to Florida Field, Michael Cizek played the sousaphone last Fall with The Pride of Sunshine, one of many marching in the cluster of orange-and-blue uniforms.
Among the sea of students hustling on Turlington Plaza on Wednesday, UF student Aleena Martin held up a pink sign with the words, “FREE HUGS.”
Outside Thrift 5 on Main Street, students struggled to lift antique furniture, wooden chairs and old couches into trucks and cars parked on the street.
A new company has scooted onto 13th Street, ready to serve students during the new school year.
Outback Steakhouse restaurant is staying true to their slogan and keeping things fresh with a new location.
Kay Bros. BBQ may have closed at the beginning of December, but starting Saturday, Gainesville residents can visit a new restaurant in the same location.
When Dianne Farb was 47, she made herself a promise — to become a published author by age 50.
A newly opened barbecue restaurant decided to grace one of its outside walls with a mural. But there is one thing keeping the vibrant, pink pig flashing its pearly whites on the side of the building from complying with city regulations.
Santa Fe College shows off new geological collection, complete with a 4.6-billion-year-old meteorite
A myriad of minerals, dinosaur fossils, petrified wood, agatized coral and a 4.6-billion-year-old meteorite graced the debut of Santa Fe College’s newest geological collection Tuesday afternoon.
Every Thursday morning for two hours, the Rev. James Dixon of Greater Faith Baptist Fellowship downtown travels to the Alachua County Jail.
A local agency for veterans is currently accepting applications for foster caregivers — or angels, as Don Nolder calls them.
The fire station that has sat on a downtown lot for the past 52 years is officially moving.