Residents have voted for the One Mill initiative every four years since 2008
Jason O’Connell, who was accused of raping a woman twice, waived his attendance at all court appearances.
No social distancing was followed with few masks
Katie Hopkins, a British conservative media pundit known for her anti-Muslim statements, was a special guest at the annual Ronald Regan Black Tie and Blue Jeans BBQ event
Cases increased by 18 students and 4 staff members this week
Learn about Amendments 1 and 4, which could change future ballot measures and language in Florida constitutionBy Anna Wilder and Steven Walker | Oct. 13
One focuses on foundational change, while the other focuses on two words
When October rolls around and the weather starts to get nippy, David Armstrong pulls out his blue tractor.
The president is hosting events in Florida just weeks after contracting COVID-19
School closures wreaked havoc on standardized testing across the state. What’s being done to address it?By Sophie Feinberg | Oct. 11
When COVID-19 shut down Florida schools in March, it also interrupted state testing and college entrance exams.
The markets are expected to be open on a month-by-month basis
The hundreds of senior attendees from The Villages were mostly maskless
Alachua County students are more than halfway through the first quarter. Here’s where COVID-19 cases standBy Sophie Feinberg | Oct. 9
More than halfway through the first quarter, slightly above 100 students and staff members in Alachua County Public Schools have tested positive for COVID-19.
‘All in the name of safety’: Gainesville Fire Rescue and Gainesville Police Department emphasizes county guidelines after local bar shutdownBy Alan Halaly | Oct. 9
Despite lifted restrictions and a growing Gainesvilleparty and nightlife scene, Gainesville continues to enforce COVID-19 mandates
School board members heard plans regarding Howard Bishop’s gym, Buchholz’s track and Gainesville High School’s remodeling
The commission also denied a request to build a solar array near a historically Black community in Archer
The board also received an update about the county’s hybrid teaching model
‘I don’t have answers’: After a month, case of a murdered 14-year-old middle schooler remains unsolvedBy Asta Hemenway | Oct. 7
After Kenny R. Coleman Jr. was shot Aug. 21 in Tampa, on Sept. 17 Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay asked Gainesville and Tampa residents to submit tips for a reward up to $5,000
The restaurant owners share pieces of their culture with the Gainesville community
The extension came after the state’s voter registration website crashed on Monday