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Attempts to eliminate plastic in the community were overturned on Tuesday.
A local nonprofit carried its weight in trash-collecting from 2018 to 2019.
In 2017, two wooden houses on University Avenue, meant to bring comfort to Latinx and black UF students, were torn down.
All 79 students at Micanopy Academy can enjoy their breakfast and lunch without worrying about their wallets.
First Magnitude Brewing Company hosted a trip around the world on Sunday.
A day before the Gator’s football season opener, fans can take a photo with a national football championship trophy in a Gainesville grocery store.
The fate of park improvement and abandoned shopping carts will be decided by Gainesville’s General Policy committee on Thursday.
A moment of silence lasted 100 seconds on Saturday -- one for every person who dies from gun violence every day in the U.S.
More than 70 people crowded into a Santa Fe board meeting to protest the work conditions, wages and lack of benefits for adjunct professors on Tuesday.
The Alachua County Commission meeting declared May 2019 as “Mental Health Awareness Month” on Tuesday.
A Gainesville woman accused of stealing credit cards thought she proved her innocence to an officer by showing him the contents of her wallet on Sunday afternoon.
Julian Obligado could always be seen wearing Supreme. When he wasn’t wearing it, he was buying more of the skateboarding brand or selling what he owned to his friends.
A woman covered in blood opened the front door when Gainesville Police officers knocked to check on a domestic disturbance Friday, police said.
A temporary discount code could give UF students and faculty one less thing to worry about during finals week.
A woman used two elderly people’s credit cards without permission and spent $1,600 on one of the cards, deputies said.
Gainesville is celebrating its 150th anniversary with a rock concert this Saturday.
Gainesville early risers have another reason to eat breakfast in bed.
Grab your condoms and dental dams.