An unidentified white male unsuccessfully tried to steal a person’s dog Wednesday afternoon.
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U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho will keep his pledge to only serve four terms in Congress.
A recent poll shows that Republican voters favor Congressman Ted Yoho despite his pledge to serve for only eight years.
Gainesville city commissioners unanimously passed two motions Thursday relating to climate change.
After a 6-month-old baby became the sole survivor of a car crash on Waldo Road, hundreds have raised more than $38,000 in two days in support.
A state official is set to investigate the city of Gainesville’s financial operations five months after the city’s auditor was fired from his position.
After living in Gainesville for eight years, Danielle Chanzes shared her struggles with city commissioners during public comment.
Two city commissioners opted out of publishing their professional emails Thursday.
City Commissioner David Arreola announced his reelection campaign with a video on social media Monday.
The personal Twitter account of Republican Congressman Ted Yoho was briefly deactivated this week but is now back up.
A Gainesville man was accused of robbing a man with a handgun Sunday.
A presentation to the county commission Oct. 15 about a possible Sports Events Center at Celebration Pointe has sparked more questions than answers between city and county officials.
The Lebanese Gainesville community shared solidarity with oversea protesters Tuesday night.
The java is locally roasted, but this new location may take customers on a trip back in time.
The Alachua County School Board proclaimed October as Head Start Awareness Month in Alachua County Tuesday.
Alachua County Commissioner Robert “Hutch” Hutchinson and his colleagues have found a way to celebrate an organization involved with livestock, community service and public speaking that he said saved his life.
Out of 55 applicants, only five remain in the search for a new Gainesville city manager.
In order to build a new Publix, one shopping center may be demolished.
The invisible boundaries that separate Gainesville’s four redevelopment areas will disappear on Oct. 1 to form a single district.
The City Hall Auditorium overflowed Thursday night as Gainesville citizens discussed single-use plastic and utility bills with commissioners.