The Collier Companies is one of the largest student housing companies and employers in Gainesville, responsible for providing thousands of UF students with a safe home and hundreds more with a stable job.
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Community Spring fellows believe a criminal sentence shouldn’t impact lives after people serve their time.
Los residentes registrados de Gainesville pueden votar por una nueva representación a partir de la próxima semana después de la renuncia de un comisionado de la ciudad.
Registered Gainesville residents can vote for new representation starting next week following the resignation of a city commissioner.
Two collision victims are in UF Health Shands Hospital following a crash on 13th Street. One hour after the accident, a car flipped over on the corner of Southwest Williston Road.
Las preocupaciones de seguridad aérea de los residentes de Gainesville Place Apartments después de una agresión sexual
En Gainesville Place Apartments, una mujer fue apartada de la puerta de su casa, arrastrada por las escaleras y violada en un área boscosa en las primeras horas de la mañana del 10 de septiembre.
At Gainesville Place Apartments, a woman was pulled away from her front door, dragged down the stairs and raped in a wooded area in the early morning hours of Sept. 10.
After being exposed to COVID-19, Dan Grabhorn, a 57-year-old Gainesville resident, heard about a High Springs monoclonal antibody treatment site through his wife, who had already received it Sept. 13.
Kelly Baker’s wife relies on her phone or tablet to work as a certified nursing assistant in Gainesville. Her mother-in-law also takes classes from home, and her 5-month-old daughter enjoys watching educational videos.
Mutual aid is a hallmark of organizers’ values within Gainesville’s activism.
Alachua County commissioners are trying a new tactic to bolster vaccination rates. After a unanimous vote Aug. 24, everyone who receives two vaccinations in September will now be $50 richer.
Now that students are returning for in-person classes, businesses are optimistic after a year of economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. More customers means more workers can be hired.