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While the Gainesville City Commission waits until Jan. 1 to start a plastic straw ban, six UF students decided to take matters into their own hands with a petition. They want a plastic straw policy in Midtown.
The distinct ding of arcade games and cheers of bar patrons as their favorite teams’ score will soon ring throughout Celebration Pointe.
After 45 years of providing medical care to lower income and uninsured residents, an Alachua County clinic stopping medical services.
After almost seven years of research, UF scientists are beginning to understand Gainesville’s nocturnal residents a little better.
Gainesville nature lovers and athletes will have another place to buy outdoor essentials.
A pumpkin bought in Gainesville can help a child in the Bahamas.
Visitors to Downtown Gainesville this weekend may have been surprised to see a man waving an American flag trotting atop a Paso Fino horse.
When Rong Tang made her monthly trip to the Oaks Mall Forever 21, something was different.
When you think of farming, drones may not be the first thing to come to mind.
Skirts swung and drums pulsed as students danced in concentric circles around a candle in the center of the ballroom.
Marlena Wesh, still in her business casual work clothes, sat on a bench outside of the new Cheesecake Factory building, which was already overflowing with people.
Known as the architectural centerpiece of Gainesville’s Historic downtown, the Hippodrome State Theatre is featuring a new film series on architecture.
A Jacksonville man was accused of stealing a purse six months after he was accused of stealing two rings, including a woman’s wedding ring, at a Holiday Inn.
Whether it is your first year at UF or your fifth, Heartwood Soundstage is welcoming all students back to the swamp with the music that Gainesville has to offer.
September 22, 2018- Pitbulls attacked and kill Bella the emotional support dog while on a walk with her owner Linda Swinburn. The police report noted that this was the fourth time in 14 months pitbull owner Nathaniel Thomas Pettiford’s dogs escaped his house and attacked other dogs and people.
Where some saw a dirty, dilapidated building, Bill Bryson, former owner of The Covered Dish, saw an opportunity to infuse Gainesville with the creative energy that has produced artists like Tom Petty.
“It’s like I’ve got a grandchild that I can rent to fix my computer,” B.J. Summerlin said, laughing.
“Did anyone do the optional homework?” a woman at the front of the room asked with a smile.
Heartwood Soundstage will host the fourth Story Summit event Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.