The recent spike in robberies have been the major drag on Gainesville crime, which overall has been dropping in 2015 as it has the past few years.
The retailer opened quietly Tuesday as the company is instead promoting its grand opening event on Sept. 12.
A Fort White man was arrested Wednesday on a charge of felony tampering with a victim/witness after he sent emails to a woman he previously dated in an attempt to get her to drop other charges against him, police reported.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has again rejected a Georgia group’s challenge to a DEP permit for the Sabal Trail natural gas pipeline.
Meridian Behavioral Healthcare has received a federal grant to establish an Affordable Care Act navigator program.
Nashville country artist Jerry Jacobs will bring his rowdy, all-over-the-place mix of music to World of Beer, 140 SW 128th St., Suite B. Show starts at 8.
The downtown Starbucks closed for remodeling last week, but the company is still not saying whether it is bringing its Evenings menu that includes beer and wine to the shop.
For decades, the lobby of the old Alachua County Courthouse has been the place where area residents would gather to bid on foreclosed property, hoping to snap up a deal.
Seniors looking for a way to get to the grocery store, visit friends or just have a night out on the town can soon tap into a modern method of getting to their destination.
The University of Florida will double the size of the Florida Innovation Hub with another $8 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration.