After an armed robbery took place at Depot Park Dec. 3, 20-year-old Tases Mills, 19-year-old Madrek Nobles and a minor were taken into custody.
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Alachua County Commissioner Marihelen Wheeler feels ready to be at the helm of the County Commission.
The mask mandate in Alachua County Public Schools has been a focal point of debate for months, but Wednesday’s school board meeting signaled the mandate may soon be over.
A new city plan focuses on improving housing, business, entertainment and safety in downtown Gainesville.
The brisk, gray weather clung to the air, but it didn’t affect the warm energy of the crowd congregated in East Gainesville on Saturday. The sounds of music and laughter intertwined as people checked out new Black-owned businesses and visited longtime friends at a festival that brought together local vendors and patrons.
Rays of sunlight beamed into a cage, illuminating the trimmed vegetation and the painted metal bars of two monkeys’ renovated habitat.
The sounds of blaring car horns and indignant voices bellowed across the streets outside Collier Companies International’s main office Thursday when about 30 residents protested the housing company’s decision to evict tenants receiving supplemental income.
In the ongoing masking battle between the Florida Department of Education, the Alachua County School Board and public school parents, the school board signaled the beginning of the end.
Jacqueline Huggins, a mother of four, walked through Thornebrook Village Shopping Center with her family when she saw the construction for Trinity’s Day Spa in 2018. The spa solely catered to girls and young teens.
After a year of Alachua County Public School students having the choice to learn from home, parents now have one less remote option.
Acrosstown Repertory Theatre, a Gainesville-based non-profit organization, reopened July 23 after a year and a half of being shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Joy,” “support” and “understanding” were just a few of the words that came to attendees’ minds at the start of the virtual Reframe and Reclaim event Wednesday evening.
*A new version of this article has been published with updated dates.* A Gainesville-based artist is partnering with Moisturizer Gallery to create a collaborative visual art zine that will be showcased at a release party July 24.
Plantology joined three other food trucks at Gainesville’s vibrant Midpoint Park and Eatery on July 1. The new business offers a 100% vegan menu offering scratch-made burgers, mac bowls and loaded fries.
Kayla Burnett is on a mission to provide customized gender-neutral clothing to people of all body types and identities.
Two film industry figures’ recent wins at the Academy Awards provide hope for continued recognition of minorities’ cinematic talents moving forward.
Foxtail Coffee will be joining over 150 other stores and restaurants at Butler Plaza in southwest Gainesville this Fall. Located at 2851 SW 35th Drive, Suite 10, the coffee shop will sit P.F. Changs, CycleBar and Pink Narcissus. From drinks like cold brews and chai tea lattes, or bakery treats such as chocolate croissants and warm banana bread, Foxtail will offer Gainesville residents a wide variety of flavors.