With the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations work to feed the hungry for Thanksgiving
How the pandemic has affected the availability of cultural cuisine in Gainesville
Students go on dates and make new connections with one another during the pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic and rainy weather didn’t stop students from spreading holiday cheer
Tourism has a major economic impact on the city
About 40 people protested against UF’s decision to have in-person classes in the Spring
The community has juggled working long hours while having their children learning from home
Warren and Patsy Nelms are both 83-year-old residents of Oak Hammock, a Gainesville retirement and assisted-living community. After more than 50 years of living together, they now live separately — Patsy in an independent home and Warren, who has dementia, in assisted care.
The Gainesville Roller Rebels have yet to return to the rink — but that has not stopped them from being a team.
Despite COVID-19, the student Game Room is still setting up its pins
For many UF freshmen, their experience on Saturday felt similar to many of those who passed through the gates of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium for the first time.
Why some students decided not to return to UF and how they are coping with being away from campus
Inter-city travel options have adjusted to COVID-19 guidelines for safer travel
Approximately one in 285 kids are diagnosed with cancer
The annual tradition is moving to a contactless giveaway
The event combined in-person and virtual workshops and meetings with recruiters
The photo, taken in front of DownTown Fats Bar, located at 112 S. Main St., features at least 30 maskless people gathering on the sidewalk within 6 feet of each other
Two of Floyd’s relatives speak about his life and legacy over a UF sponsored Zoom event