Some Gainesville gun stores have had to limit ammunition to one pack per person
Development of affordable housing and buildings related to basic needs would still be allowed
One class is already in quarantine
UF notified students of the incident Monday afternoon in congruence with The Clery Act
COVID-19 will continue to impact how students with disabilities learn, leaving setbacks and challengesBy Sophie Feinberg | Aug. 31
Services are available for children with disabilities through all three learning options offered for the school year
More than 28,000 UF students will return to Gainesville for the Fall
As students come back to campus, those who disregard social distancing guidelines face expulsion
The Alachua County Commission could be decreasing its indoor gathering limit to reduce the spread of COVID-19 as soon as Monday.
Many students have been forced to keep their leases for the Fall despite a majority of classes being held online.
Adam Christensen and Kat Cammack win the nominations to run for Florida’s 3rd Congressional District seatBy Micayla Richardson and Aurora Martínez | Aug. 19
“We are going to go toe-to-toe with AOC,” said Kat Cammack after she won.
Watson got 59.31 percent of the vote
This race was a universal primary so the pick is final
Gainesville native and physicist Carolyn Beatrice Parker was a significant figure at the county, state, national and global level
Jean Chalmers helped desegregate Alachua General Hospital and the Alachua County libraries in Gainesville
The district will resume school on Aug. 31 with new guidelines about testing, transportation and closures
Get to know the candidates running for the State House, District 20
The District 3 County Commission candidate says she wants to use what she learned thousands of miles away to help the area
A 13-year-old in a stolen Ford Taurus and a female on a scooter died in separate incidents