The 5.8-magnitude earthquake that shook the East Coast on Tuesday seems to have left all Gators unharmed.
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Talk to anybody who has grown up in the North, and they will surely regale you with fond memories of catching lightning bugs on warm summer nights. Ask born-and-raised Floridians, and they'll stare blankly as no memories come to mind.
The Florida Department of Health announced Tuesday the Emergency Suspension Orders of 14 medical practitioners and one pharmacy. One of the suspensions was handed down to local certified nursing assistant Melinda Lawanna Bryant.
Skirts fluttered and flew with the turns as couples young and old glided across the wood floors of the Thelma A. Boltin Center to a range of music from Elvis Presley's "Return To Sender" to Frank Sinatra's "The Tender Trap."
The convenience of Netflix will now cost members a pretty penny.
Any other time, this may have been grounds for a call to child services. But on Friday night, it was all part of the show.
Jennifer Aldrich and Jon MacAllister say the Internet helped them start a promising relationship. It also helped them start a promising business.
The salty aroma of fresh seafood churned in the cool breeze blowing across the St. Johns River as children laughed and screamed out of joy or fear - and sometimes both - as carnival staff pushed mobile thrill rides to their limits.
They are young and old; students and recent graduates; soldiers, mothers and even doctors.
The Independent Florida Alligator, the largest student-run publication in the United States, will be hosting an open house this Friday from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m at its office located at 1105 W. University Ave.
Frank Santiago is not a vengeful man. As a child, he was taught to never take pride in another person's misfortune.