In the last Student Senate meeting of the Spring semester, senators sparked a controversial debate before approving the Student Government executive branch position recommendations.
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Alachua County Tax Collector LaVaughn Fraser died Thursday morning after an extended illness.
Big beer bills are continuing to bluster their way through state government, leaving local breweries, brewpubs and craft beer drinkers still clouded with disappointment.
Two budget bills were approved in Tuesday night’s Senate meeting, but each was met with only one vote of opposition.
Almost three years after a local organization began its fight to end Gainesville support for mountaintop-removal coal mining, its work and advocacy are beginning to pay off: A city commissioner has joined the charge.
Tuesday night’s Senate meeting was all about the money.
After three decades of pub crawling, Gator Stompin’ organizers are mixing it up by hosting an EDM-type concert in the Bo Diddley Community Plaza with headliners Waka Flocka and Wolfgang Gartner.
At the Thursday night City Commission runoff candidate forum, a debate about city issues was partially clouded by sharp comments from each candidate about her opponent.
In Tuesday night’s Senate meeting, 71 senators unanimously passed two resolutions and got their first peek at the proposed organizational budget for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.
Florida ranked second in the country for harassment and discrimination in the workplace complaints.
TALLAHASSEE — The people who stared down at the fourth floor lobby of the Capitol building Wednesday may not have immediately understood what was happening.
The Tuesday night Student Senate meeting had yet another colorful start as new senators participated in their last orientation of the term.
The fight to fill growlers to the half-gallon mark is still underway in Florida. But while current bills are moving through state government, craft beer brewers are losing their spirits about the legal size of containers they can sell.
The Gainesville City Commission voted Thursday night to approve a recommendation that would prohibit minors in establishments that serve alcohol. It also heard a final report about changing the city’s bus transportation system.
Tuesday night’s Student Senate meeting may have had a late start, which resulted in the cancellation of a new Senate member orientation workshop, but that didn’t stop senators from getting down to business once the meeting began.
The first Student Senate meeting after Spring Break had a sweet beginning followed by a productive end.
In a crowd of leather, bandanas and arm tattoos, an 8-year-old got to do what he’s always wanted: burn rubber with the big shots.
Even though she grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville will always be her home.
In the first Student Senate meeting following Student Government elections, the election results were validated and a new Senate president, Senate president pro tempore and members at large were elected and sworn into office.
In a City Commission candidate forum Monday night, nine out of the 10 commission candidates answered questions about transportation issues and expressed support for a public transportation surtax.