A UF resident assistant was arrested by UPD and charged with sexual battery of a victim between 12 and 18 years old July 8.
Tired of settling for crumbs, Gainesville residents shared their dreams for the developing Eastside sports complex with city staff during the project’s first public engagement effort last week.
As a black BMW M Series and a neon blue Rolls-Royce Cullinan were driven up to the starting line, quiet fell on the race's audience. Engines revving broke the silence in a burnout to get better grip on the track.
Roughly a month before schools go back in session, a new law restricting K-12 sexual and health education looms over the heads of school staff, students and parents.
Former Florida Gators quarterback Jalen Kitna’s student enrollment remains uncertain days after taking a plea deal for his initial arrest for suspicion of child pornography possession.
As parents search for a way to entertain their children during the summer break, community organizations and businesses are opening their doors and curating various programs that allow kids to socialize and learn a new talent while out of school.
Former Florida Gators quarterback Jalen Kitna now faces a lighter sentence after child pornography charges were dropped in court July 5.
From city-level government positions to partisan political advocacy organizations to non-partisanship coalitions, there are limitless ways for UF students to dive into political activism and support their local community following the 2023 legislative session.
Depending on where a student lives, on or off campus, different transportation options might be less or more ideal based on important perks and drawbacks each option has. Each student can find their own best way to get around campus.
A board hand-picked by Gov. Ron DeSantis will take control of Gainesville Regional Utilities within the next few months.
Two men were arrested June 17 on suspicion of committing sexual battery at Peppers Mexican Grill & Cantina parking lot.
About 100 people attended Gainesville’s second Freedom Fest June 17 at Bo Diddley Plaza. The festival was a part of the third annual “Journey to Juneteenth,” which is a month-long celebration of the federal holiday.
NKwanda Jah never obtained a degree or had Black female role models throughout the majority of her life. Yet today, she leads the non-profit organization Cultural Arts Coalition, which serves disadvantaged Gainesville residents' needs through summer employment, cultural enrichment programs and after-school programs.
Efforts to combat Gainesville Regional Utilities’ rising debt could come at the expense of homeowners as well as public service initiative funding, according to state decisions and the city’s 2024 fiscal year budget proposals.
In light of pressure from state lawmakers, the Gainesville City Commission heard proposals for drastic cuts for the 2024 fiscal year budget at a special meeting Wednesday.
For the 12th consecutive year, local families have an opportunity to change their future trajectory and access affordable mortgages, largely due to Santa Fe College and Alachua County Habitat for Humanity.
City Commission plans to bring a cultural arts center to East Gainesville as an effort to support at-risk youth and Black residents. The proposed center aims to provide arts and cultural programming, workforce development, skill cultivation and after-school activities resources, according to a January 2022 General Policy Committee meeting presentation.
Gainesville City Commissioner Casey Willits and Alachua County Commissioner Mary Alford represent Gainesville as the only two elected officials in the county who are openly a part of the LGBTQ community. The two commissioners have followed contrasting paths to their positions today — both professionally and personally.