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Sarina Phipps lives with a quarter of her belongings at the Holiday Inn. When the rush of game day weekends arrives, and the hotel becomes overbooked, she quickly gathers a small bag of everything she owns and stays at a friend’s place.
Harvey Ward defeated Ed Bielarski in the race for Gainesville mayor, securing 57.44% of the votes as of 9:17 p.m.
In a room filled with protestors raising blue, pink and white posters with the words “protect trans lives,” the Florida Board of Medicine and the State Board of Osteopathic Medicine joint committee voted on and approved a standard of care, banning gender-affirming treatment for minors.
‘It’s hard to exist’: Transgender community grapples with ban on gender-affirming health care Medicaid coverage
Natasha Klayman came out as a woman during the COVID-19 pandemic — a time where the isolation gave her time to think about and explore her gender identity. But under a new Florida rule, she must grapple with the fact that future gender-affirming care could be denied to her under a Medicaid plan.
The temporary blockage of a ban on Medicaid coverage for gender dysphoria treatments may be on the table in a Florida court this week.
A neon orange “CLOSED” sign was removed from the entrance of Tup Tim Thai Restaurant and Sushi Bar late last week, indicating it was opened back up for business.
Navigating a public health crisis has become part of the norm for student life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as monkeypox casts a familiar air of uncertainty, UF students worry they could face another viral outbreak.
New COVID-19 booster shots will arrive at UF next week following the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of updated vaccines targeting Omicron subvariants Wednesday.
Two U.S. House primary winners celebrated their victories very differently Tuesday night — one at a bustling yoga studio and the other sick at home.
Gainesville Mayor Lauren Poe held the 2022 State of the City Address at the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention Monday where he spoke about Imagine GNV — the city’s first comprehensive plan of its kind.
With his lip lifted up to the side and a bright twinkle in his eye, Neil Butler Sr. ran around Downtown Gainesville in a fresh, white nurse suit. Despite always being in a rush to get somewhere, he stopped to talk to anyone who said hello.
With her hand on the Bible her mother gave her 49 years ago, Cynthia Chestnut repeated the oath of office during her City Commissioner swearing-in ceremony.
Ninety miles from the land of the free exists an island shackled by its government.
There are now four candidates running for the position of Gainesville mayor in the Aug. 23 election.
Gainesville voted in its new city commissioner Jan. 25, ending five months of special elections, campaigning and run-offs.
The Gainesville City Commission’s vote to fire Gainesville Regional Utilities General Manager Edward Bielarski Thursday ended with a new bid for mayor.
Despite the subfreezing temperatures and blustery weather, over a thousand voters made their way to Gainesville’s two early voting sites throughout the weekend.
Alachua County residents and county workers can once again get paid for COVID-19 vaccinations, and this time boosters will be included too.
The Gainesville City Commission unanimously passed a three-part plan proposed by Commissioner Harvey Ward to fight the COVID-19 Omicron variant. The commissioners plan on using $300,000 of previously allocated American Rescue Plan Act funds to pay for at-home testing kits.