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Women for Wise Growth held a public forum Wednesday evening and questioned Gainesville City Commission candidates on their ideas for energy conservation, development in East Gainesville and homelessness.
Absentee ballots and early voting have given local registered voters the chance to skip the winding lines at bustling poll stations.
It took many late nights and working between full-time shifts at the Gainesville Police Department.
A group of local black leaders and organizations made endorsements Monday night for the upcoming Gainesville City Commission elections.
It sounds like a lawnmower on loudspeakers. Blades whir at full speed, creating a frantic windstorm that spreads the smell of jet fuel.
As puppies wearing bandannas wriggled around and kittens meowed for attention, onlookers decided if they should add to their families.
A suspect accused of involvement in the downtown shooting of a Tallahassee man was indicted Thursday on charges of first-degree murder.
Local pet adoption agencies are giving Gainesville residents a chance to bring a pet home.
Local law enforcement officers announced the formation of a multi-agency narcotics unit Wednesday afternoon.
A second suspect in a Sunday downtown shooting was arrested Wednesday morning.
Police found a weapon Tuesday that may have been used in the Sunday morning shooting of a Tallahassee man who later died at Shands at UF.
Police are looking for an armed suspect connected to a downtown shooting that took place early Sunday morning.
A Tallahassee man died Sunday afternoon after he was shot in a downtown parking garage earlier that morning.
While students traveled home to their families last week, Gainesville Police Department Lt. Will Halvosa stayed in Gainesville.
With wintry weather around the corner, blankets were collected this month for the Gainesville homeless population.
After hearing the news of Ashley Ann Groves' accident Monday afternoon, about 100 of her friends arrived at Shands at UF and prayed downstairs.
Food donations are pouring into the Bread of the Mighty Food Bank just in time for Thanksgiving.
County Commissioner Cynthia Chestnut held up a library card and said children can use it as an educational passport.
Gainesville was added to a list of 22 cities that restrict providing meals to the homeless in a November homeless advocacy report.