Metro | Business
Punk-rock quartet Abandon the Midwest is returning to Gainesville tonight, and if you’re lucky, you might catch them throwing the occasional beer can at one another.
While the rise of the Internet has empowered customers, businesses have had to modify how they interact with consumers to fit the trend.
A Gainesville man who ran away after reportedly breaking into an apartment Wednesday night was arrested Friday afternoon.
Charity is an incredible thing. It’s a way for us to show we care for one another, and it provides resources and aid to those in need both domestically and internationally. It has changed the lives of thousands every year, from building homes for Hurricane Katrina victims in 2005 to providing medical care to Ebola virus patients in West Africa in 2014.
A local magazine staff is reaching out to readers after an 86-percent budget cut last month, jeopardized its future.
Students who visited websites like Netflix, Foursquare, Tumblr and Etsy on Wednesday may have noticed their pages were loading slower than normal.
When Katie Leigh first opened the door to her temporary apartment Wednesday, she noticed mud tracks from construction workers, leftover supplies in a closet and an unfinished kitchen cabinet.
Kay Bros. BBQ may have closed at the beginning of December, but starting Saturday, Gainesville residents can visit a new restaurant in the same location.
As a 10-year-old girl, Gwen Thompson’s role model was Willy Wonka.
Businesses across Gainesville benefited from Small Business Saturday, which encouraged customers to support independent, locally owned businesses. The day-after-Black-Friday event was promoted on social media and has gained traction in the past few years.
Innovative vending machines on campus are helping busy students go green.