Plans for a new Wal-Mart Supercenter may bring economic benefits to some people, but others are worried it might affect their businesses.
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A new list of rights for people whose cars have been towed may be in every Gainesville towing office if the Gainesville City Commission approves it.
A driver whose bus rolled over him Monday night is in stable condition, a city spokesman said.
A convenience store in southeast Gainesville was robbed earlier this week.
Southwest 20th Avenue lane closures began Monday as part of a Southwest 24th Avenue two-lane construction project.
The city of Gainesville unveiled six donation meters in August with the intention of collecting spare change for local homeless shelters.
Gainesville Police Department arrested and charged a man with the sexual battery of three Gainesville women since August.
With the combination of two football losses, a month of away games and an off-week, some local Gators merchandise stores are feeling the strain from a lack of interest.
Kanapaha Botanical Gardens will celebrate its 20th birthday by granting free admission at its Open House on Saturday.
Students were given the chance to question city leaders Wednesday, and the resounding concern was homelessness.
While the county panhandling ordinance was passed in September, the county is still debating over its purpose.
As shoots of blue bamboo wave outside his office window, Don Goodman sits at his desk and pets his daughter's pug puppy with his left arm.
UF football team captain and safety Earl A. "Tony" Joiner was arrested and charged with burglary early Tuesday.
With a backdrop of oil and watercolor landscape paintings, poets stepped up to the microphone and shared pieces of themselves with the audience.
Hip-hop artists Lil' Wayne and Fabolous are coming to the O'Connell Center on Monday.
About 200 students ambled around Turlington Plaza, red and blue flashing across their faces from parked squad cars and fire engines.
For the Gainesville Police Department, Tasers are going to be the newest addition to its arsenal.
Tasers have been used 17 times in University Police Department incidents since summer 2001, according to the UPD spokesman.
Rollers thick with gray paint slide across the wall, covering layers and layers of birthday messages, profanity, graffiti tags and artistic scenery.
A memorial for a Gainesville police officer on the 34th Street Wall has been covered with the now-infamous words "DONT TASE ME BRO."