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After the closure of The Jones Eastside in 2014, a new ramen noodle shop sprung up in its place on Monday.
Before it closed at 6 p.m., Do-Lish had to start turning people away.
He picks out the tiny shorts at Goodwill. They show off his quads.
A Gainesville movie theater is in the process of renovating to offer new luxury seating right before the summer movie season.
Alachua County residents woke up to thunderstorms, flooding and a tornado warning on Tuesday.
Next time you take a bite of raw cookie dough, you won’t be flirting with salmonella.
Seven roads maintained by the City of Gainesville will experience closures throughout the week, for reasons ranging from construction to repaving.
The yellow house on University Avenue has a name: Serenoa.
Satchel’s Pizza is resuming live music five nights a week three months after a fire destroyed part of the restaurant’s property.
Demonstrators held bright-yellow flags against a blue sky Thursday as about 70 people protested Wendy’s refusal to join the Fair Food Program.
Amid downpour and shouts of disgruntled drivers, a group of about 20 protesters rallied in Gainesville on Thursday in a fight against male circumcision.
Nyssa Retter will do whatever it takes to keep her five children safe.
A 19-year-old from Alachua struck gold with a $5 scratch-off Friday, winning a grand prize of $500,000.
Gainesville’s color and culture burst into life on South Main Street Sunday for the fourth annual Active Streets Gainesville celebration.
When Jordan Chediak heard there would be free HIV testing at Santa Fe College, he didn’t hesitate to stop by.
On a holiday when American presidents are celebrated, protesters in Gainesville carried handmade signs and stood in opposition to President Donald Trump.
Lil Wayne, a five-time Grammy award-winning rapper, will perform at UF in April.
A California-based smartphone app delivered $1 Chick-Fil-A sandwiches to students at UF for five hours Thursday.
Decades after their hangings, 19 lynching victims will soon be honored with memorials throughout Alachua County.