Libraries in Alachua are adapting their services to remain accessible through COVID-19
Without the assistance of federal aid during COVID-19, undocumented immigrants must risk exposing themselves to the virus in order to make a living. Local nonprofits have stepped in to help.
As more businesses reopen, many salon owners question their classification as a nonessential business.
The cuts are intended to alleviate financial stress during COVID-19.
#ImStillGraduating will honor students around the world Friday with a virtual commencement ceremony.
Some shops have lost up to 90 percent of their business following the spread of COVID-19.
Establishments around Gainesville are offering resources to combat food insecurity intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amid border closures and flight cancellations, international students are making difficult decisions about their summers.
Statewide standardized testing is planning to resume in June, but deadlines for college admissions season remain up in the air. Questions still remain for Florida students who will not be able to take or retake standardized exams before their deadline due to COVID-19.
Many exams will be administered online and proctored at home. The MCAT, however, will not.
From Cinco de Mayo celebrations to takeout only, restaurants have responded differently to Gov. Ron DesSantis’ order to reopen.
Students can receive a maximum of $1,000. The money will be awarded as quickly as possible, UF spokesperson Steve Orlando said.
Residents seeking testing must call the county’s health department.
The change allows restaurants to open sit-in dining at 25 percent capacity.
Gerald and Arline Polinsky died five hours apart in Hollywood, Florida