The UF community will gather Monday night to remember the lives of those who died one year ago in a mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
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UF Associate Vice President and Dean of Students Jen Day Shaw has resigned.
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Every Monday, an 82-year-old UF alumnus and retired epidemiologist sets up a wound care clinic to serve the homeless who live in Grace Marketplace or the neighboring Dignity Village, a sprawling city of tents in east Gainesville.
After nearly 10 years of planning, the construction of Gainesville Fire Rescue’s new Station 1 has finally begun.
By now, nearly 2 million people have seen the YouTube video of a wild horse and an alligator squaring off in the middle of Paynes Prairie State Preserve Park.
Lisa Scott wants to change UF’s parental-leave policy.
The Florida Department of Transportation is investigating the ongoing construction of The Standard at Gainesville and its neighboring parking garage.
When Gainesville’s only rock-climbing gym closed in 2015, John Reger built a climbing wall in his barn so his three kids could keep practicing.
There’s a new kind of ice cream on West University Avenue.
Discussions about the ownership of Gainesville’s local biomass plant will continue after the Gainesville Renewable Energy Center rejected the city commission’s new offer to buy the plant.
Correction: This article has been updated to reflect that the Publix will be located at 203 NW 13th St.
The Gainesville Police Department and City Commission are working together to protect residents from towing practices that violate city ordinance.
Gainesville-area residents will soon have a second chance to voice concerns to Rep. Ted Yoho after months of protests.
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UF President Kent Fuchs announced Saturday that a new executive order would ban all alligators from UF’s campus and effectively “drain the swamp.”
Despite being bought by the UF Foundation last summer, the 43-year-old pizza joint Leonardo’s By The Slice will remain open for at least another year.
After announcing his candidacy for governor at the beginning of the month, democrat Andrew Gillum has garnered support in Gainesville.
The City of Gainesville is on its way to purchasing the privately owned Gainesville Renewable Energy Center, or GREC.
Undocumented immigrants and elected officials gathered at a local church to discuss threatening immigration policies and how to deal with them Thursday night.