In the ticket window of Gator Cinemas, off West Newberry Road next to the Oaks Mall, sits an 8-by-12-inch sign with these words: “Renovations are underway. Please bear with us.” They are typed next to a cartoon grizzly bear.
In the latest issue of PARADE Magazine, Gainesville was ranked the No. 6 hardest-working city in America. Columbia, Mo., was ranked as No. 1.
At 12:30 Saturday afternoon, about 100 people gathered at Westside Park off 34th Street in an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for most cloth diapers changed at one time.
In a warehouse lined with metal storage shelves sit 500-pound cardboard boxes filled with disassembled computer equipment.
The City Commission unanimously approved the design of a new RTS Bus Fleet Maintenance and Operations Facility on Thursday, which will allow for more buses to operate throughout the city.
Members of the City Commission are hesitant to create a petition against proposed budget cuts to UF’s College of Engineering Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering.
Mayor Craig Lowe was the only elected official invited Wednesday afternoon to take part in a roundtable with the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship in Washington D.C.
A 51-year-old man died after having two seizures in jail Sunday morning.
Thirty-eight brewers from around the state and country served crafted ales, stouts and lagers to young and old beer enthusiasts Saturday afternoon at the inaugural Hogtown Craft Beer Festival at Kanapaha Botanical Gardens.