While nuclear technology has recently received intense public scrutiny following the events in Japan, nuclear engineering students at UF say there is no reason to panic over UF’s nuclear reactor.
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Bonnie Bernau kept it a secret most of her life. Only three friends knew the details.
UF students should expect to fork over more money next semester when it comes to parking.
For those who hate waiting in traffic, help may be a click away.
In the wake of complaints from citizens that taxi companies were charging unfair rates, the Gainesville City Commission decided to require a Bill of Rights to be posted inside city taxi cabs.
The Woodland Park Boys & Girls Club recently was recognized as the best chapter in the nation.
A narrator stepped onto the stage in an olive tunic holding an empty three-ringed binder.
For Cathy DeWitt, music makes everything in life better.
The Gainesville Plan Board voted unanimously Thursday to approve a change to the city meal distribution codes.
A recommendation to change the city soup kitchen meal limit to a three-hour time limit was passed unanimously by the Gainesville City Plan Board on Thursday.
The Bartram was Marissa Gainsburg’s home, her personal resort.
The commission chair rapped his knuckles on the table to quiet the quarreling voices.
Long story short: The Sheriff’s Office needs a lot of money, and the Alachua County Commission doesn’t have a lot of money to give.
Against many citizens’ wishes, Paynes Prairie will no longer have living, breeding herds of bison and horses.
March 31, 1978: Lums, a restaurant that used to be at 1621 SW 13th St., offers a deal of two eggs, two strips of bacon or hash browns and toast for 99 cents. It also offers a deal of a quarter–pound burger, fries and a beer or a soda for $1.50. Cedar River Seafood & Oyster Bar is in that location now.
Protestors felt their governor wasn’t listening to them, so they broke out their megaphones on Friday.
This debate is about a number, a simple three digits.
Gainesville residents and students rallied against Gov. Rick Scott’s budget cuts Friday, shouting, “Move, Rick. Get out tha way. Get out tha way.”
They knew they’d have to face off one day.
After a tsunami hit Japan, the Asian American Student Union was overwhelmed with offers of money and time.