The renovated Thomas M. and Irene B. Kirbo Innovation and Learning Laboratory opened in January. It now has seven simulation rooms for training.
Gainesville residents can now take their kids out to the ball field to play at the newly improved and renovated Albert “Ray” Massey Park.
U.S. Rep. Kat Cammack's first week in office included objecting to election results, sparking controversy and hiding from Capitol rioters. Now, some constituents are calling for her to resign.
The exhibit includes photographs taken at Gainesville’s Black Lives Matter memorial sites where protestors left behind candles and flowers. The exhibit also includes posters and items collected from the sites.
UF alumnus Fred Levin died Tuesday afternoon of COVID-19 complications at the age of 83.
Before Wright, no one spoke to the communities of East Gainesville that grew up on Hip Hop and R&B. Now, he makes sure to give his childhood neighborhoods shout-outs during his show called The Afternoon Drive.
The Florida Department of Corrections allowed visitation to resume Oct. 2 with COVID-19 restrictions
President Donald Trump and First-Lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19
The Boys 2 Men program continues to help young men set goals in school, sports and personal endeavors
Raises concerns for general election in November
Chloe Greene’s artwork “Helping Hands” will compete against 53 other submissions around the U.S.
From the removal of the Old Joe confederate statue to the renaming of J.J. Finley, Williams has been a community advocate for years