Keith Stegath is fed up with politicians and lawyers making decisions they are not qualified for.
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A semitrailer hit a car carrying five current and former UF students early Sunday morning near Wildwood, Florida, killing one and injuring others.
John Casse and his team waited for four hours in the rain last Thursday before being told it wasn’t safe to shoot off his fireworks.
The City of Gainesville’s communications entered the 21st century last week with a new online forum called engageGNV.
ISLAND GROVE, Fla. — Sliding a birdshot round into his Remington 1100 shotgun, Kinnis Thomas takes aim at one of several small, paper targets about 30 yards into a wooded clearing.
As many students headed home for summer break or locked themselves in Library West to study for finals, two Gainesville residents dashed to open a restaurant close to campus.
More than 60 Citizens Co-op member-owners voted Sunday to draft a compromise proposal that would appoint four interim members to the co-op’s board of directors and call for two current members to step down.
Block was rescued by Alachua County Animal Services after being chained outside by his owner and incurring injuries.
An 8-year-old Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Elementary student was bitten by a Gainesville Police dog during a Friday afternoon demonstration on the school’s playground.
Normally Wes Cooper has a four-step process to drinking beer: look, smell, agitate, taste.
If there is money going into or coming from the City Commission, Donald Shepherd Sr. wants to understand how and why each cent is allocated.
They work with their hands — 10 fingers smudging, scraping, filing and brushing some of their last marks as UF students. These drawing seniors, graduating this Spring from the College of Fine Arts, are joining together before they depart, pooling their pieces for an art exhibition.
With a new year comes a new beginning to the independent film scene in Gainesville. This week, the Avenue caught up with Jason McNeal, a film lover and movie buff who has been on the hunt for great, contemporary indie films to show in the area. “$5 Films,” as he calls it, will take place at the Wooly in the heart of downtown, located next to the Top.
WUFT-TV just got a little fresher with an addition to its how-to and do-it-yourself programming. Slicing into its Saturday lineup is a local cooking show featuring southern, traditional-style recipes.
Dipping his hand into a jar of Vaseline, UF art student Zac Thompson covers his lanky upper torso as if he were using sunscreen, thick enough to shine in the sun.
Students who get their football tickets in block seating at UF can breathe a little easier. Privileges will not be taken away for leaving a football game early.
The sun was setting on the horizon of the Caribbean. Sailboats were anchored next to the seashore, turning in after a long day. And a camera shutter snapped at orange-frosted clouds in the distance.
Creeping from our worst nightmares, a “Big Ass Spider!” will be released in a theater near you, crushing buildings with its hairy legs, spitting skin-melting acid and making people laugh.
At an Alachua County Commission meeting Tuesday, noise and dust presented roadblocks as the City of Gainesville moved toward buying the biomass power plant before a 30-year contract kicks in.