A year ago, the murder of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement reverberated around the world. Petitions, social media campaigns and demonstrations called for attention to racial equality within local law enforcement and university campuses. Now, The Alligator is checking in on how much progress has been made in Gainesville.
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A new Harn Museum of Art exhibit carries the weight of Black history to its viewers through momentary snapshots of serenity, struggle and triumph.
A single solar panel lifted onto the rooftops of a retirement community was ready for the sun as a new sustainability project finally saw daylight.
The Alachua County Library District will hold its eighth annual summer art show in early August virtually this year.
On the green lawn of the Headquarters Library, 18 children and caregivers sat together on June 30 listening to Samantha Noll read picture books and sing songs using sign language.
Streaks of vibrant colors stretch across each frame decorating the walls of the Thomas Center. Each canvas captures the ever-changing nature of life the artist and her audience share.
Tropical Storm Elsa hit Alachua County July 7, bringing flooding, sunken cars, power outages and fallen trees.
Hurricane season is in full swing — here’s how students and Gainesville residents can be prepared.
Light rain and gray skies did not stop about 70 people from gathering at Depot Park Saturday morning for a 3.1-mile walk to end Gainesville’s “Journey to Juneteenth” celebration.
LifeSouth Community Blood Center, a non-profit blood bank, has seen supply shortages and a lack of donors since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.LifeSouth is not alone.
After several pedestrian deaths in the last year, West University Avenue traffic is slowing down with new safety measures.
A temporary shutdown of the largest oil pipeline in the United States causes unnecessary gasoline hoarding in Gainesville
Bright yellow plastic bags, long lines of cars and impatient customers — Gennavieve Conver has endured it all.