The Gainesville City Commission continues to debate the start date for the cleanup efforts of the Koppers Inc. industrial site.
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Bully see, bully do.
Immoral, shameful and inhumane were words hurled at Thursday's Gainesville City Commission meeting, as the battle heats up against a city law limiting the number of meals non-religious organizations can serve.
The Gainesville Police Department held the first of two community meetings Tuesday as part of a program designed to review department practices after recent scandal within the department.
Say goodbye to squinting over bus maps. Starting Monday, Regional Transit System riders can plan trips with Google Maps.
Welcome aboard. Gainesville has a new equal opportunity
With the October closure of Shands at AGH looming, local clinics are making plans to pick up the slack.
From the campus level to the state level, transparency has become a common theme.
The Southwest Recreation Center will be bigger and better come fall 2010, as a result of the demands made by students, UF director of recreational sports David Bowles said.
It may cost $1.5 to $2.3 million to reconstruct Gainesville's historic Depot building, a long-term city project located just south of downtown.