It was about noon when Josh Johnson and his wife opened their front door to one knock, three people and 15 new light bulbs.
Susanna Card stared at more than 400 labeled jugs of dried herbs lining the walls of Otter & Trout Trading Co., searching for her remedy.
Straining to take extra care with each stroke, he brushed the last coat of periwinkle paint onto the trim of Ms. Connie Williams’ home on Saturday.
Every Friday at 3 p.m., “Doctor” Robert Ramsthaler gets into his red pickup truck and heads to Main Street Bar & Billiards.
People gathered outside the worn brick building at 429 NW 4th St. on Sunday to celebrate the recognition of a historical landmark.
A growing association between the drug nicknamed molly and electronic music is leaving local artists and fans annoyed.
When the Main Street fire station expands one block south, it will crowd out some members of the growing art community who currently rent buildings on the land, but some artists are remaining optimistic.
Bessie Collins, 22, sits with her 2-year-old daughter Dayla Jones at the dedication service Sunday afternoon. “I was surprised to see that the plaque was already up,” Collins said. “I had no idea that this building was a part of history until Pastor Duncan told us.”
A damaged Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder sits under a large oak tree Thursday afternoon. Earlier that day, the tree tipped over and landed on West University Avenue, blocking eastbound and westbound traffic for about three hours. A Gainesville Fire Rescue crew freed a 30-year-old woman trapped in the car and rushed her to Shands at UF.