This afternoon, supporters of Grace Marketplace will gather at the corners of Main Street intersections to remind passers-by, for one last time this year, to help fund the indebted homeless shelter.
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During rush hour Monday, for the first time in 42 years, the intersection of West University Avenue and Northwest 13th Street was taken over — this time by indignation.
In a 4-3 reversal decision early Friday, the Gainesville City Commission voted to return a one-mile sector of Northwest Eighth Avenue to a four-lane road.
Starting in the spring, Bo Diddley Community Plaza will undergo extensive renovations aimed at making it the face of downtown Gainesville.
Smoke from the construction project at the J. Wayne Reitz Union set off a fire alarm Wednesday morning that resulted in the evacuation of the building.
Just after 9 p.m. Monday, an eerie quiet fell over Norman field. Sobs cut through the night.
Brittany King fiddled with the red bandana around her head anxiously waiting for an announcement out of Ferguson, Missouri.
The future of Gainesville’s retail landscape is one step closer to completion.
TALLAHASSEE — Tatiana Aponte said Strozier Library was a safe place.
If you were planning to catch swinging trapeze artists outside the Oaks Mall this week, you’re out of luck.
In the six months since Grace Marketplace opened its doors, Jon DeCarmine has been sprinting.
The competition for frugal fashion is kicking up a notch at The Oaks Mall.
A few weeks ago, a family fell in love with a dog.
After The JAM announced its closing, the rumor mill spiked with concerns that a block-wide buyout was imminent near downtown.
A group of U.S. veterans and family members picked up their paintbrushes Tuesday afternoon in a colorful celebration of the men and women who served.
Joshua Price sat behind his scrap metal art booth — a steel animal zoo — nearly bouncing with joy Sunday afternoon.
The first rule of BarCamp is that there are no rules.
When this year’s college freshmen begin their senior year in Fall 2017, the Gainesville landscape will be home to a new kind of tourist hub – a retail, restaurant, residential and office space all-in-one that will be known as Celebration Pointe.
Deep in four layers of clothes, Russ Dye sat by an extinguished campfire outside homeless shelter Grace Marketplace on Monday as the temperature tiptoed just above 60 degrees.
Starting Monday, students at Norton Elementary will be the first in Alachua County to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in their school cafeteria.