Every year, more than 52,000 Mormon missionaries descend upon the world. This is a part two in a four-part series that follows two such messengers.
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Every year, more than 52,000 Mormon missionaries descend upon the world. This is a four-part series that follows two such messengers.
The eyes of Donna Gail Weeks tell a story that could rip the toughest leather binding. The whites, chiseled with scraggy red lines, contain two empty black holes that seem to yearn for a world beyond the forbidding confines of prison walls, where she will spend the next 6 1/2 years.
While most people looked for a properly waxed date on Feb. 14, others found a valentine with a little extra fur.
As sunlight brightened a red-, beige- and black-stoned memorial and wind swept flapping flags, veterans of World War II were honored and remembered.
A Gainesville woman was arrested and accused of lighting her husband's sport utility vehicle on fire after an argument Saturday morning.
Aside from this election's open votes for the executive, legislative and judicial branches, six state amendments and three county referenda will be decided by Alachua County voters. Proposed amendments require 60 percent of voter support before being approved.
The place is an alcoholic and a hippie, a scenester and a sports star, a handbag-crazy nature freak as at ease in the library as in a disco.
The city is chock-full of historic locales, pillars of the government and beautiful, towering monuments to the nation's heroes.
This story is the second in a three-part series on the trend of "going green."