Most Gainesville residents don’t worry about reaching the closest grocery store.
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When Raymond Chobaz waved his baton in the air, the symphony followed suit.
I’m a 22-year-old college student about to graduate. I live on my own. I cook for myself. I drive my own car.
An automated external defibrillator machine during cardiac arrest can be the difference between life and death.
When the Spring semester of her senior year rolled around, Mallory Thompson began applying to companies in Atlanta and Nashville.
UF students will soon be able to check how long the Starbucks line is at Library West without leaving their seats.
The City Commission took a step forward Thursday in the Gainesville Regional Utilities governance issue.
UF Student Government has partnered with Uber to offer a student discount for rides on and near campus.
Nicole Gonzalez left to use the restroom and came back to an empty table.
While a bill aiming to change Gainesville Regional Utilities authority advances through the Florida House, the Gainesville City Commission is working to resolve the governance issue locally.
The House approved a Republican-backed budget Wednesday night, which the Democratic National Committee says will hurt college students and recent graduates.
It was a packed house.
Artie Guy can’t say why he originally bought Steamers in 2000.
Anthanette Manns can say goodbye to the three bus trips she used to take to see a doctor. As of today, all Linton Oaks residents — and those in surrounding neighborhoods — will have a clinic within walking distance.
One-hundred and seventeen forgotten boxes sat in the back of the Northwest 13th Street Dunkin’ Donuts on Saturday morning.
Florida craft beer lovers may soon be able to purchase 64-ounce growlers.
With new CrossFit gyms springing up in Gainesville, I wanted to find out firsthand why it’s so popular.
Harvey Budd is good with numbers.
For a working parent living in the Linton Oaks neighborhood in Southwest Gainesville, taking a child to the doctor used to mean missing an entire day of work.