About 1,000 more contracts were canceled this year than usual
Residents impacted by COVID-19 can be eligible for up to $2,500
While some have stayed resilient, others struggle to get customers
This rush week, new safety precautions have forced the first three rounds online, with only the final round occurring in person.
VA centers continue to provide services for veterans remotely and via in-person medical appointments, but additional funding for emergency assistance is running out
Local history museum plans on creating online exhibits as doors remain shut due to COVID-19
While psychics and spiritual advisors have moved appointments online, neither their businesses nor their abilities have suffered
A recent study states that nicotine-containing vape products put users at higher risk of succumbing to the virus
UF Health plans to update the website this week
Aug. 8 is the new deadline to apply for PPP
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has a scheduled news conference Tuesday afternoon to discuss the outbreak.
The Alligator spoke with university administrators to answer reader-submitted questions regarding UF's reopening
Grace has placed more than 100 people in housing since the start of the pandemic
“There is most definitely still a reason to be scared,” said one expert.
Incumbent Sheriff Sadie Darnell and Clovis Watson Jr. discussed the response to COVID-19, police accountability, the school-to-prison pipeline and decarceration
For students with medical issues, face-to-face instruction is riskier