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Anastasiya Naplekova finds peace of mind in piano keys as conflict continues thousands of miles away in her home country, Ukraine.
Three days after the man who was mauled by a Gainesville Police Department K-9 was released from jail, the new police chief suspended the dog involved in the incident.
Los residentes de Oak Hammock escucharon a algunos de los candidatos a la alcaldía de Gainesville por primera vez el martes por la noche.
Oak Hammock residents heard from some of Gainesville’s mayoral candidates for the first time Tuesday night.
Evan Hadam moved into Mallory Hall at the start of the Summer B semester. After two weeks on campus, the 18-year-old UF computer science freshman said more than three of his floormates tested positive for COVID-19.
Gainesville police are investigating a shooting that happened outside the Clarence R. Kelly Center Friday.
Wendy Wilber takes her daughter to get ice cream when she gets an A on her report card. Sweet Dreams’ 42 chocolate flavors and “Chocolate Night” events, now hosted at the shop’s new location, drew the star-student in.
Brenda Thomas started her Wednesday like any other. She sewed quilts. This time, her fellow Oak Hammock retirement community residents lined the hall to the sewing room, waiting to wish her a happy 100th birthday.
En septiembre del 2017, Gianni Pena navegó en kayak por la calle con sus pertenencias en bolsas impermeables después del huracán Irma. A sus 23 años, el residente de Gainesville todavía se siente nervioso cada junio. Si su casa se inunda nuevamente, tendrá que mudarse.
Gianni Pena kayaked up the street with his belongings in rain-proof bags after Hurricane Irma swept north central Florida in September 2017. The 23-year-old Gainesville resident still feels nervous every June. If his house floods again, he’ll have to move.
Conductor que mató a estudiante de la UF y se dió a la fuga es condenado a 6 años de privación de libertad
El conductor acusado del accidente con fuga que mató a la estudiante de la UF Margaret “Maggie” Paxton cumplirá seis años de prisión, dictaminó un juez el viernes.
Yvette Carter celebrated Juneteenth for half a decade before the rest of Gainesville caught up.
Black Music Month and Juneteenth festivities fused together in Woodland Park Thursday.
The driver charged for the hit-and-run that killed UF student Margaret “Maggie” Paxton will serve six years in prison, a judge ruled Friday.
Alachua County high school seniors attended their graduation ceremonies, maskless and side-by-side, for the first time in two years. The county had more than twice as many COVID-19 cases during this year’s graduation week compared to last year.
Under tall pecan trees, community members joined hands in song, fried batches of fish and flew Juneteenth flags while honoring the end of slavery in Florida.
Gainesville will celebrate Florida’s Emancipation Day, honoring the end of slavery in the state, by reading proclamations, flying flags, admiring artists and frying fish.
Gov. Ron DeSantis' newest legislation will require Florida public schools to teach students about communist regimes and the people who suffered under them.
Joni Messler pirouetted through life.