Four-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes jumped up and down as he played a blue electric guitar at his concert Wednesday night.
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few blocks from downtown Gainesville sits a small, 675-square-foot house bordered by a white picket fence.
For the first time, two UF students were crowned at the annual Miss UF pageant.
CareerSource of North Central Florida held a workshop for the Gainesville City Commission on Monday evening to discuss its achievements and future projects.
Curt Guyette, the journalist who broke the Flint, Michigan, water crisis, spoke to UF students Thursday.
Gainesville became Florida’s first city to granted the title of a “Welcoming City” on Thursday.
The Alachua County Planning Commission unanimously agreed Wednesday to a policy revision that would affect road maintenance.
As the Department of Health’s website posts daily updates on the Zika virus, traveling UF staff and students are taking precautions.
Vampire queen Krul Tepes took selfies with fans and fellow characters at the Reitz Union on Sunday.
Wiz Khalifa fans ignored a sign that read “no smoking” Thursday as bass shook the Stephen C. O’Connell Center.
It was Braddy vs. Poe at Wednesday’s mayoral debate.
Zoe Wilson-Groark stood over a pile of colorful construction paper on Wednesday, a red marker in her hand.
At 2:34 p.m. Monday, the Chipotle on West University Avenue was empty.
Gainesville city commissioners adopted a new ordinance Thursday night that allows cycle pubs to roam the streets.
The Florida House of Representatives passed two bills Wednesday evening that would allow registered gun owners to openly carry firearms, including on university campuses.
Large penis renditions, spray-painted onto Southwest 62nd Boulevard, greeted residents who drove down the crumbling road Sunday.
At the age of 20, Hugo Sanchez was homeless.
Gainesville mayoral and commission candidates gathered Wednesday night and discussed ways to improve biking, walking and commuting in Gainesville.
It all started with teamwork and a grant.
Dalton King began working at Lucky’s Market in August — a job he came to love. About four months later, the store celebrated its one-year anniversary.