City and county officials will meet Monday to decide the future of Gainesville’s redevelopment agency.
Metro | City and County Commission
Three black women will challenge two incumbents in the City of Gainesville regular election in March. Five candidates have qualiﬁed for the March 20 election, and for the ﬁrst time in about two decades, all of the challengers are black women, according to city records.
The City Commission decided Thursday it will not charge UF for the more than $224,000 in public security costs for the Richard Spencer event on campus.
About 20 people stood for about two hours in the Gainesville City Hall building on Thursday for the opportunity to stand up for what they believe.
UF Health Shands Hospital unveiled a new private room for sexual assault survivors Wednesday.
Three days after attending the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Geoffrey Grooms was fired.
The City of Gainesville may be growing in the near future and offer emergency fire services to more people.
At a rescheduled town hall featuring a scheduled Q&A with UF administrators, no administrators attended.
With only the noise of cicadas chirping in the air, more than 300 people stood together, heads down, in silence.
Gainesville city officials hope that in the future citizens will be able to cast votes for city commissioners in late summer instead of spring.
For months, the general manager of Gainesville Regional Utilities has told residents that by purchasing a $750 million biomass plant, the city could drive down utility rates by about 10 percent.
Gainesville has the highest cost of internet in the state of Florida.
Amid the humid weather, steady rush-hour traffic and loud honks from cars passing by, protesters and counter-protesters stood on opposite sides of University Avenue and Main Street chanting back and forth.
After more than 100 nameless years, a historic lion statue in Gainesville has been given a name.
Melissa Hawthorne stood before the Florida Constitution Revision Commission to make an impassioned plea.
After nearly 10 years of planning, the construction of Gainesville Fire Rescue’s new Station 1 has finally begun.
After announcing his candidacy for governor at the beginning of the month, democrat Andrew Gillum has garnered support in Gainesville.
The yellow house on University Avenue has a name: Serenoa.