Catherine Robinson is a grandmother to more children than she can count.
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While many students, professors and residents go home to a turkey dinner next week, others won’t be as lucky.
Five stories above Gainesville, on top of the city-owned parking garage downtown, about 150 people gathered to gaze at a large yellow supermoon Monday night.
In light of the death of a UF student bicyclist last week, many Gainesville residents — including Mayor Lauren Poe — have re-evaluated street safety in the city.
Hyped up on sugar and Halloween spirit, Gainesville celebrated a night of spooky fun with an array of activities throughout the day.
The night before Halloween, cobwebs stretched across the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves inside Gainesville’s Civic Media Center, which celebrated its 23rd anniversary Sunday.
On Monday, a crowd of about 70 people learned about the history of race and education from a key player in the desegregation of Florida’s schools.
Hours before the final presidential debate began, Gainesville resident Kyle Young made his stance known, painting “Trump is Revolution” and “Hillary for Prison” on the graffiti-filled 34th Street Wall.
Richard Schultz, 59, spent $19,000 perfecting a 1973 UF-themed Volkswagen VW Westfalia bus.
Aqueela Khuddus refused to say Donald Trump’s name Monday night, insisting she wanted to keep her mouth clean.
Following Hurricane Matthew’s slight brush with Gainesville, some residents and students have banded together to help those seriously affected by the deadly storm — including those in Haiti and Northern Florida.
Jesus Martinez leans on the cold metal of a pull-up bar and laughs with his 6 p.m. crossfit class.
Unsure of whether it was the rain or the short notice that caused a low turnout, six Gainesville residents met for about 20 minutes Wednesday evening to protest the delayed relocation of the “Old Joe” Confederate statue.
After word spread that Burrito Bros. Taco Co. was struggling to stay afloat in the midst of large-scale construction next door, persistent customers took matters into their own hands.
Jared Lamberg and his family were the first ones to greet Jason Collins on Turlington Plaza on Friday morning.
This year, Burrito Bros. Taco Co. is celebrating its 40th anniversary — and its lowest sales in years.
Among the toys, books, crafts and games in the waiting room of the Gainesville Child Advocacy Center, an orange cat named Hank wanders around, looking for attention and cat treats.
A line stretched from the counter to the sidewalk at Krispy Kreme on Monday afternoon as doughnut fans celebrated Talk like a Pirate Day and ate free glazed doughnuts.
With a new gameday app, UF football fans can purchase parking spots and tickets with the tap of a thumb.
As Gainesville Mayor Lauren Poe read aloud to a room of about 80 people Monday night, the audience laughed, applauded and listened.