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The man accused of driving at a crowd of protesters and threatening them with a firearm Saturday pled not guilty to six counts of aggravated assault Tuesday afternoon, according to court documents.
George Floyd took his last breath Monday, but chants demanding his name be remembered echoed down the streets of downtown Gainesville Saturday.
A man drove through a crowd of protesters Saturday afternoon on Main Street, according to eyewitnesses.
The Alachua County Commission voted unanimously to delay making a decision on youth summer activities Tuesday afternoon.
“I feel like this is the one most close to my heart”: Gainesville family reflects on the end of the Islamic holy month
While COVID-19 has separated communities and changed people’s ways of life, a Gainesville family embraced changing traditions Sunday for Eid al-Fitr, the largest celebration in the Islamic calendar.
For the first time in Gainesville's history, city commissioners took their oath of office virtually Thursday afternoon.
The Alachua County Commission reinstated its previous face covering and occupancy limit requirements—six hours after voting to repeal these measures.
The Alachua County Commission voted Tuesday to end the face mask requirement in its emergency order.
All five Alachua County commissioners and the county manager were named defendants in a civil rights complaint filed on May 11 over the county’s face mask order.
A Gainesville attorney has threatened the county with a federal civil rights lawsuit in response to the controversial COVID-19 face mask emergency order.
Not wearing a face mask in public can now result in a fine.
For the first time, nearly 40 female current or retired local elected officials met to celebrate their right to vote on Super Tuesday.
A Gainesville family of five went to Highlands Presbyterian Church Saturday afternoon, but not for a religious service.
A new exhibit has opened up in honor of women’s historical contributions to conserving the Everglades.
Pamphlets passed around by students and strangers are not the only “flyers” you can see on Turlington Plaza.
The UF Quidditch team might sweep their competition this weekend.
UF students looking for a love poem this Valentine’s Day can find one by looking down at their feet as they pass Matherly Hall.
Libraries are usually homes of research and schoolwork, but a new wellness committee hopes to bring new activities to the UF Smathers Libraries.