UF alumni Matt Redinger was searching online for ways to celebrate his 10-month-old daughter Emmy’s first Independence Day when he came across the City of Alachua Fourth of July Celebration.
Anthony Lamb Jr., a resident who has lived in The Palms of Archer of Gainesville community for almost three years, recounts multiple times when the power was out for so long he had to throw his spoiled food in the trash.
It’s been awhile since Heavan Papendick became a sexual assault survivor. She found a way to use her experiences to help others when she started volunteering for the Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center in 2016.
UF Health is opening three specialty medical practices within The Oaks Mall.
With several medical marijuana dispensaries now open for business, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and state and local law enforcement are warning Florida drivers, “Drive Baked, Get Busted.”
For more than 10 years, UF has raised $1 million for local charities across Alachua County.
Red-and-white mailboxes reading “North Pole Express” will be placed throughout Gainesville for the next week to collect letters for Santa Claus.
On Election Night, Kristin Birdsey forced herself to go to bed early so she could still have hope. The next day at work, many of her female co-workers could not stop crying.
In an effort to promote sustainability, Santa Claus will wear a green suit Saturday.