When Alachua County Commissioners don’t have a Tuesday public meeting, they still meet. They sit in a smaller room around a table where they can talk without all the formalities.
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Residents of the neighborhoods around the contaminated former wood processing plant, the Cabot-Koppers Superfund site, shared their stories and their disappointment about the Superfund cleanup plan at recent City and County Commission meetings.
While couples across UF and Santa Fe’s campuses will be reveling in their young love, others can enjoy Singles’ Awareness Day by remaining vigilant of dangerous things.
The Alachua County Fairgrounds may not host medieval fairs and other events in the future, but don’t worry. A new fairground will take its place.
Thursday's City Commission meeting was animated to say the least.
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Alachua County Commissioners are expected to decide today to hire a police-consulting firm to help them out with a budget fight between the county and Sheriff Sadie Darnell that will eventually lead to Tallahassee court.
You expect a performance when you go to the Hippodrome State Theatre, but typically the show happens inside the building.
Alachua County Commissioners are frustrated about how long it’s taken the Environmental Protection Agency to approve the Cabot-Koppers Superfund site cleanup, so it may take its case to the capitol.
Gainesville Commissioners gave Gainesville Regional Airport the ability to add solar panels, gas stations and other additions that will help the airport fund itself.
Alachua County Commissioners debated Tuesday how more than $1 million meant for charities should be allocated.
People used to find out what happened in their city hall by a bellman who, after every meeting, rang his bell and announced the news to the passing people. Our cities have expanded, and newspapers have taken up the role of informer.