Garth Brooks concertgoers were given parking priority while UF students struggled to find spots Saturday.
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Margot Winick, the UF director of strategic communications and marketing, has resigned.
Living in Gainesville: Few options, failed solutions for residents seeking affordable housing (Part 3 of 4)
Michael Powers has bought a new washer, but he still hangs his clothes outside to dry. A grey rolling chair doubles as his dining room seat at night and his barber’s chair during the day.
Queerbaiting, orgasm equality and moth poop brought more than 850 people to the 10th annual TEDxUF conference Saturday.
Mr. Wonderful believes in investing correctly, pitching wisely and devouring cupcakes to succeed in business.
Sydney Rosholt wanted the exclusive pool and top-floor views when she signed up for the VIP package at The Standard.
Three Chiefland, Florida, men were arrested Wednesday in connection to a series of Gainesville car burglaries.
UF professor Clifford Will looks no further than physics for relaxation.
Robocalls were sent across the city this week saying Mayor Lauren Poe and the Gainesville City Commission want to increase GRU rates and debt.
Gainesville Police arrested a 20-year-old man on attempted murder and a robbery charge after they say he attacked a homeless man Sunday who refused to give him $10.
In 1994, Harold Theus began as an Alachua County firefighter with a simple philosophy: to help the community.
Tisha McGlon spends 21 hours each week as a foster grandparent to first graders at Lake Forest Elementary School. Students have been in Grandma Tisha’s life for ten years.
Teaching residents how to do finances and renovating older homes were part of about 100 ideas on how to fix housing issues that Gainesville residents brainstormed Wednesday.
High-voltage transmission lines loom over children playing on rusted metal swings and a merry-go-round at a park in northeast Gainesville.
Gainesville has about 20 years to reach its goal of becoming a zero waste city.
Wendy Thomas has overseen “doing” in Gainesville for 2 1/2 years and brought virtual inspections and artificial intelligence to city planning.
Laura Wykoff keeps letters from her students as a reminder of why her job is important.
A new health center in Alachua is tackling the way mental health is treated for new and expecting mothers.
The Gainesville City Commission is on a tight deadline to select an interim city manager.
The Wild Spaces and Public Places team is in the process of completing 30 community projects in Gainesville.