Most people probably don't remember a time when the homeless in Gainesville were turned away from churches and left with nothing. A time before multiple student and community groups advocated for the homeless. Carmen Caudron remembers.
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Courage, hope and faith.
Although it has been approved by the UF students, the renewable energy fee still has to get by a long list of officials before it can become a reality.
A former Sri Lankan slave will speak about human trafficking today.
A club that provides UF students with opportunities to whitewater raft and rock climb must find ways to operate more safely.
The Ben Hill Griffin Stadium announcer's voice could barely be heard over a five-minute standing ovation that welcomed three soldiers to Saturday's football game.
Carol Massey wakes up every Thursday and waits to hear the grocery ads read over the radio. The Gainesville resident, who is blind, depends on the program to know where she can go to save money.
Ask 9-year-old Zach Bonner what he'll be doing to celebrate his birthday and you'll get this response: "I'll be walking."
A 9-year-old boy walking across the state to raise awareness for homeless children will stop in Gainesville today.
A conference about the legacy of the Holocaust and one of the era's most infamous death camps will be hosted at UF during Veteran's Day weekend.
With a student population of 30,000 and a football team that once went 0-10-1 during her enrollment, UF alumna Sharon Taylor never thought her alma mater would come this far.
The Gainesville City Commission voted to approve the long-debated Hatchet Creek Development in East Gainesville late Monday night.
After two days of commission meetings, protests and deliberation, the City Commission did not reach a decision by press time Tuesday night on whether to approve the creation of Hatchet Creek Development. The meeting started at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
UF's efforts to make its campus more environmentally friendly will be highlighted today for the university's Sustainability Day. The event lasts from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Reitz Union North Lawn.
A proposed development near Gainesville Regional Airport continued to cause controversy Monday night at a City Commission meeting.
The Gainesville City Commission is holding a hearing today to discuss the possibility of building a development at 2100 NE 39th Ave., near the Gainesville Regional Airport.
When Ashley Durden walked out of her University Commons apartment, she faced many Gainesville residents' worst nightmare: her car was gone.
Whether dealing with snobbish house guests or secretly mocking a college professor for overstressing his pronunciation of Nicaragua, memoirist David Sedaris finds humor in the tiniest details.
Charges against UF senior football player Earl A. "Tony" Joiner were dropped Friday morning, ending weeklong speculation on Joiner's participation in Saturday's football game.
As UF's football team prepares to play against Louisiana State University on Saturday, many worry that Tony Joiner may not play in the game.