With the combination of two football losses, a month of away games and an off-week, some local Gators merchandise stores are feeling the strain from a lack of interest.
(Lauren Langston / Alligator) Scott Edmundson and Haley West, both merchants at the Union Street Farmers' Market, talk to a customer at their pumpkin stand on Wednesday. Beginning Oct. 17, the farmer's market will be relocated to the Downtown Community Plaza at the corner of East University Avenue and Southeast 1st Street and will be open from 4 p.m to 7 p.m.
Students were given the chance to question city leaders Wednesday, and the resounding concern was homelessness.
The arrest of UF football player Tony Joiner on Oct. 2 wasn't the first problem local towing companies have had with late-night car pickups.
While the county panhandling ordinance was passed in September, the county is still debating over its purpose.
Five political experts discussed the system used to change the state constitution and its effects on Florida at UF's Keene Faculty Center on Monday afternoon.
The Gainesville City Commission passed an ordinance Monday night allowing people convicted of certain felonies to obtain towing permits.
Christian, Jewish and Muslim Gainesville residents gathered at the United Church of Gainesville to end a day of fasting with a vegetarian potluck Monday.
Wind, rain and the roar of airplanes taking off Friday couldn't stop DayJet, a new jet service, from opening its new base in Gainesville.
Wayne Bomstad had the kind of laugh that could be heard down the hallway of the physics department.
As UF's football team prepares to play against Louisiana State University on Saturday, many worry that Tony Joiner may not play in the game.
Jon Bennett witnessed the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina firsthand and has not forgotten it.