Catherine Robinson is a grandmother to more children than she can count.
While many students, professors and residents go home to a turkey dinner next week, others won’t be as lucky.
Five stories above Gainesville, on top of the city-owned parking garage downtown, about 150 people gathered to gaze at a large yellow supermoon Monday night.
In light of the death of a UF student bicyclist last week, many Gainesville residents — including Mayor Lauren Poe — have re-evaluated street safety in the city.
The night before Halloween, cobwebs stretched across the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves inside Gainesville’s Civic Media Center, which celebrated its 23rd anniversary Sunday.
Hours before the final presidential debate began, Gainesville resident Kyle Young made his stance known, painting “Trump is Revolution” and “Hillary for Prison” on the graffiti-filled 34th Street Wall.
Richard Schultz, 59, spent $19,000 perfecting a 1973 UF-themed Volkswagen VW Westfalia bus.
Aqueela Khuddus refused to say Donald Trump’s name Monday night, insisting she wanted to keep her mouth clean.