On her weekend trips to Target on Southwest Archer Road, Kami Ratliff used to reach for her 1-year-old daughter's preferred formula without second thought.
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A proposed sports complex in East Gainesville has reignited a fiery decades-long political debate on how to spur economic activity in the area.
Prateek Sharma’s favorite Indian festival was Holi. The holiday celebrates the arrival of spring, new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil.
Another business on Northwest 13th Street will bite the dust in about three months.
‘This is our home’: Gainesville multigenerational residents recount the evolution of a segregated Gainesville
For Paula Sanders, home is a quaint one-story, white and red accented cinder block house. It’s been home for 54 years.
A GOP-backed proposal banning abortion procedures after 15 weeks of pregnancy could change the narrative for women’s reproductive rights in Gainesville.
Plans for a new animal shelter may be the light at the end of a dark tunnel for Animal Resources and Care, formerly known as Alachua County Animal Services.
Los proyectos de ley 'No digas gay' silenciarán la discusión sobre orientación sexual e identidad de género en las aulas
A medida que la Legislatura de Florida impulsa proyectos de ley que prohibirían la discusión sobre orientación sexual e identidad de género en el aula, los estudiantes y maestros de Gainesville se oponen.
As the Florida legislature pushes bills that would ban discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom, Gainesville students and teachers push back.
Free parking is coming back to downtown Gainesville until June 1.
Stephan P. Mickle fue descrito como un pionero en el condado de Alachua. El dejó un legado de primeros, a pesar de haber crecido en Gainesville segregado por la ley, práctica y costumbre, dijo Rod Smith en un discurso, quien fue su socio de ley.
January: the time of year dedicated to purging fridges, replacing fries with fruit and flocking to gyms. This year, the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t stand in the way of Gainesville residents’ New Year’s resolutions.
Stephan P. Mickle was described as a trailblazer in Alachua County. He left a legacy of firsts, despite growing up in a Gainesville segregated by both law, practice and custom, said Rod Smith, his former law partner, in a speech.
As the COVID-19 omicron variant surges, so do Gainesville residents’ concerns about UF students returning for the Spring semester.