The Gainesville City Commission has already started planning for the 2014 football season by passing stricter rules pertaining to residents selling parking in their yards on gameday.
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When the Main Street fire station expands one block south, it will crowd out some members of the growing art community who currently rent buildings on the land, but some artists are remaining optimistic.
In what activists characterize as an uphill battle to end mountaintop coal removal, local organization Gainesville Loves Mountains has planted its next flag.
Loblolly Woods wasn’t appraised at $1 million, but Nathan Collier was willing to pay that much for 4.99 acres of it.
The fire station that has sat on a downtown lot for the past 52 years is officially moving.
Additional regulations for gameday parking in neighborhoods near UF, discussed last week in a City Commission meeting, could also impact parking at the Union Street Farmers Market.
When a group of about 60 people hiked into Loblolly Woods on Sunday morning, they marched to experience the natural beauty of a piece of public property and to oppose a City Commission proposal.
To manage traffic issues in Gainesville, some residents and city officials are desiring a new solution: a streetcar.
The city of Gainesville’s fight against the Gainesville Renewable Energy Center has ended, leaving the city empty-handed.
A piece of city woodlands may soon be up for sale, but for residents and city leaders, reaching an agreement about the issue has been no walk in the park.
When Becca Huy sat down with her significant other to discuss their future, she made sure she mentioned that she expected to hear the pitter-patter of little feet.
After more than two years of local and national advocacy, the Gainesville Loves Mountains organization has taken the next step in an attempt to end Gainesville Regional Utilities’ purchase of mountaintop-removal coal.
The Alachua County Commission passed the wage recovery ordinance during a special meeting Tuesday night.
Randy Wells says he needs three more years to get the job done.
Every Friday for the past 25 years, W. E. “Mac” McEachern has been meeting with friends at breakfast restaurants around Gainesville.
Gainesville city election candidates discussed transportation needs, the closing of a former jail and building renovations during a forum Saturday afternoon.