Trevis Strawder, 27, faces charges of burglary, resisting without violence, giving a false name to law enforcement, possessing two counts of firearms by a convicted felon and receiving several narcotic charges.
The meeting came amid the struggle between school districts and the state government on masking in schools as the country grapples with rising Delta variant cases.
All 2,200 city employees will be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine, with some exemptions.
Screams for help went unnoticed for hours until after her child was born and she was taken to UF Shands Hospital — where she watched her newborn, Ava, die in her arms, Thompson wrote in a Facebook post Tuesday.
Gainesville City Commission approved a motion at a commission meeting Thursday approving a lawsuit against HB 1 law, becoming the first city in Florida to sue over the "anti-riot bill."
Alachua County Public Schools is now temporarily requiring all staff and students to wear masks inside all district facilities regardless of their vaccination status
The new exhibition, “Shadow to Substance,” showcases Black living throughout history from the work of Black photographers. The museum acquired the 58 photographs from its permanent collection, the UF Smathers Library archives and purchased 16 from various photographers. The exhibit can be viewed from July 27 to Feb. 27.
Tabreshia Bloodworth, owner of Healthy Hair Tresses, will host a $250 class on Aug. 1 at Hairport Salon and Barber Suites. She also developed her own silk press system, which uses six products to maintain healthy and shiny hair after receiving a silk press, a process that straightens hair with a flat iron.
Public masturbation and lack of communication leaves tenants of Gainesville Place worried for their safetyBy Sam Schaffer | July 23
There have been more than 60 reports of crimes ranging from suspicious incidents to burglary and assault at the Gainesville Place apartments at 2800 SW 35th Pl. in the last two years, according to Gainesville Police Department records.
Oak Hammock Retirement Community will become the first continuing care retirement community in Florida to shift toward sustainable energy. Its first solar panel was installed in front of residents and project managers Tuesday morning.
Restrictions on the Gainesville Police Department’s ability to enforce open container laws on city property gets further approval from most city commissioners
Two people were shot in a drive-by Monday night at the 1200 block of Southeast 19th Terrace near the Gainesville Vineyard church, prompting the Gainesville Police Department to address local gun violence.
At about 10 p.m., Gainesville Police Department officers responded to several calls about shots fired at the Eighth Avenue Food Store located at 1634 NE Eighth Ave. by the Gainesville Community Holiness Church.
City hall is operational again after Gainesville Fire Rescue deemed most of the building clear of chemicals
Gainesville City Commission is implementing parking fee increases to create more spaces for drivers, reduce climate change effects and increase pedestrian safety.
Art submissions are open for an opportunity to be displayed in the Alachua County Library District’s annual summer art show