Jenna White spread tarot cards at Coffee Culture on Tuesday, brainstorming ideas for a novel to be written within a month.
Rena Cohen cried when she read she got a perfect score on her AP Statistics exam. When she received the news in a thin envelope from College Board on Oct. 14, she was in shock.
Walter Anderson slumped over his horse Sunday, feigning injury during a re-enactment of the Battle of Gainesville.
Born into shackles and later elected Gainesville’s mayor, Josiah T. Walls was celebrated Sunday as Alachua County renamed a building in his honor.
To protest a 515-mile natural-gas pipeline set to cut through Florida, a St. Petersburg woman will dance across the state, shimmying through Alachua County on her way southbound.
As construction of a new downtown science museum nears completion, Gainesville residents were invited Thursday evening to learn about the project and sign their names on the museum’s final steel beam.