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My first time as a reporter for The Alligator in Summer 2019, I was convinced it was a solo job. I went into the office to finalize my story, answer my editors’ questions, copy edit and I was on my way when they gave me the green light to go home.
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Mia Acker used her dad’s helmet because she didn’t want to spend money on a new one.
Gainesville authorities want to make sure schools are safe and gun-free this year by having a gun buyback event with no questions asked.
The city of Gainesville decided at a city commission meeting on Thursday that it will not be joining the lawsuit against the Florida law that bans sanctuary practices.
Alachua County School Board unanimously voted Tuesday to increase the annual budget and property taxes.
The Mode Salon and Stefano Versace Gelato have been announced as the latest conquests in Butler Enterprises’ “leasing spree.”
Kaelin MaGrath, a 21-year-old UF health science senior, said she has donated blood on campus once a year for the past three years.
A bacterial disease that causes palm trees to die has made its way to Alachua County.
Hawthorne residents have seen a rise in some furry new neighbors, but residents aren’t happy about it.
Sephora is scheduled to open at the Butler Town Center in February 2020, said Mary Reichardt, marketing director at Butler Enterprises.
Tijuana Flats regulars of the Archer location, 3414 SW Archer Rd., will have to go to Midtown this week for their Tuesday taco special as the Archer location relocates to Butler Plaza North near Jimmy John’s and Orangetheory Fitness.
On Monday, the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office began to honor ICE detainers as a result of a bill signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis June 14 banning sanctuary policies that limit cooperation with federal immigration law.
Gainesville will soon have another restaurant for residents to satisfy their cravings with a sandwich shop that takes munchies to a whole new level.
K-9 Officer Rocky rode in the backseat of his partner’s vehicle for nearly a decade. University Police said goodbye to him as he moved into retirement May 14.
The Florida Chapter of the International Association of Assessing Officers awarded members of the Alachua County Property Appraiser’s Office for their work on at the chapter’s annual conference on May 2.
Gainesville Regional Utilities customers might be seeing slightly higher bills after the City Commision approved a 6.4 percent electric rate increase.