Professional basketball player Ron Larris returned to Gainesville from Denmark to give back to his community.
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Local burger joint BurgerQuE is taking a break to rebuild its staff.
Almost as soon as he was initiated into UF’s chapter of Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Christopher Abeleda had a solemn announcement for his fraternity brothers: He was leaving.
Two American rock bands told Gainesville residents and students to go out and vote during a Friday-night concert.
Jenna White spread tarot cards at Coffee Culture on Tuesday, brainstorming ideas for a novel to be written within a month.
Rena Cohen cried when she read she got a perfect score on her AP Statistics exam. When she received the news in a thin envelope from College Board on Oct. 14, she was in shock.
Walter Anderson slumped over his horse Sunday, feigning injury during a re-enactment of the Battle of Gainesville.
Born into shackles and later elected Gainesville’s mayor, Josiah T. Walls was celebrated Sunday as Alachua County renamed a building in his honor.
To protest a 515-mile natural-gas pipeline set to cut through Florida, a St. Petersburg woman will dance across the state, shimmying through Alachua County on her way southbound.
As construction of a new downtown science museum nears completion, Gainesville residents were invited Thursday evening to learn about the project and sign their names on the museum’s final steel beam.
UF sophomore Charlie Le Grand may have broken a Guinness world record Friday.
When it comes to showing affection, Charlie Le Grand isn’t shy about wrapping his arms around somebody and squeezing.
As elderly residents inch along the hallways of their nursing home, 39-year-old Charell Lane slows down to ask if they need a hand.
As Gainesville schools and colleges canceled classes ahead of Hurricane Hermine, Gainesville bars prepared for those celebrating Thursday night.
Alachua County residents should brace for heavy rain and possible tornadoes, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said during a speech in Gainesville on Wednesday.
Starting today, Alachua County residents can pick up sandbags to prepare for a tropical depression.
Professors at UF tend to be more liberal on paper but more moderate and unbiased in practice, according to an analysis of campaign contributions.
Gainesville locals turned to love and community strength Sunday in the wake of the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Members of B3 Gym and the Gainesville community shed blood, sweat and tears in memory of Sgt. Jonathan Cote and Lt. Michael Murphy on Memorial Day.
Vincent van Gogh may have enjoyed Kanapaha Botanical Gardens’ observance of the starry night.