Santa Fe College ended its yearlong 50th anniversary celebration by burying a time capsule and smashing a bottle of champagne Tuesday.
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The student-body president of Santa Fe High School will meet with the president of the United States this March.
When Savannah Parvu was 11, her mother sold her to a stranger for $10. And that was just the first time.
The residents of 13th Street apartments will sleep well now that the roosters are gone.
For more than three years, Buddhist monk Thich Duc Thong has dreamed of bringing giant buddha statues to Gainesville.
As a new president is sworn in later this month, disgruntled Gainesville residents will make their dissatisfaction with Donald Trump known by protesting in front of City Hall.
The past weekend was the coldest Gainesville has experienced so far this winter — with temperatures dropping to 25 degrees.
While the new year often brings about far-fetched promises, resolutions are typically saved for people — not fast-food chains vowing to be healthier.
For one local radio station, kids are the future.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning author is reading at the Alachua County Headquarters library Sunday.
As the Florida Highway Patrol uses billboards and pamphlets to remind drivers to move over for stopped emergency vehicles, Gainesville seems to have received the message.
On Tuesday, UF alumna Kim Barton was sworn in as Alachua County’s Supervisor of Elections, becoming the first African-American to hold the position.
Gainesville residents and YMCA employees have spent the last week relentlessly trying to save their community center.
In 1998, Maxine Margolis felt angry.
For UF professor Stephen Craig, Thanksgiving dinner provided more than a whiff of homemade food — it was a breath of fresh air following a divisive election cycle.
Standing at all four corners of a Gainesville intersection Tuesday, about 150 protesters elicited honks and hollers of approval and disdain as they opposed the Dakota Access and Sabal Trail pipelines.
Citizens can get a free cup of coffee and a doughnut by showing their “I Voted” sticker this week.
Three UF alumni are getting paid to live out their dreams filming a new digital series for National Geographic.
Skunks, sharks and Pikachus swarmed the patios of the Thornebrook Village Shopping Center on Thursday evening during its fourth annual trick-or-treating event.
As part of a regional campaign, Winn-Dixie donated 250 UF football tickets to seriously ill children and their parents Thursday.