After a two-day quarrel between the Florida Department of Education and the College Board, high school students will get to keep AP Psychology on their class schedules.
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In the 2024 general election, voters will decide whether district school board candidates should run under a political affiliation. House Bill 31 proposes to amend Florida’s constitution. If passed, voters can expect to see party affiliation next to the names of candidates running for district school board positions.
UFORA residents are unsure when they can move in as the school year creeps up.
Former Florida Gators quarterback Jalen Kitna’s student enrollment remains uncertain days after taking a plea deal for his initial arrest for suspicion of child pornography possession.
Former Florida Gators quarterback Jalen Kitna now faces a lighter sentence after child pornography charges were dropped in court July 5.
A board hand-picked by Gov. Ron DeSantis will take control of Gainesville Regional Utilities within the next few months.
Two men were arrested June 17 on suspicion of committing sexual battery at Peppers Mexican Grill & Cantina parking lot.
About 100 people attended Gainesville’s second Freedom Fest June 17 at Bo Diddley Plaza. The festival was a part of the third annual “Journey to Juneteenth,” which is a month-long celebration of the federal holiday.