After 27 years of selling UF merchandise to fans, students, families and tourists, Gator Mania closed its doors at Butler Plaza for the final time last week.
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‘I walked out with a great appreciation of life’: Gainesville resident accused of attempted murder found not guilty
Julius Irving anxiously waited for a jury with only one Black woman on it to decide his fate. After more than a year and nine months awaiting trial, he would either be freed or be sentenced to life in prison.
In August, about 10 members of the Gainesville Fire Rescue team volunteered to become a few of the 30,000 nationwide participants in Moderna’s Phase 3 COVE vaccine trial.
Following recent crashes involving the deaths of UF students, local law enforcement and city leaders conducted a pedestrian safety operation Jan. 29 along West University Avenue.
No MLK Monday March, but Martin Luther King Jr. Commission hosts National Holiday events all week long
The Martin Luther King Jr. Commission hosted King Celebration week in Gainesville once again. But this year, there was no march and half of the weeklong festivities were streamed online.
Local firefighters were among the first groups of first responders to receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in Alachua County.
An 81-year-old Gainesville man died after he was hit by a truck Saturday afternoon in Newberry.