As the second year of Affordable Care Act enrollment nears, reaching the remaining uninsured might pose a significant problem.
Five things to know for Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014, in Alachua County, Florida.
The event will be a chance for caregivers to socialize over breakfast, with presentations, health screenings and lunch.
Visitors will be able to walk through the cemetery and speak to the descendants of community members who helped build the original Kanapaha Presbyterian Church and the Gainesville Community.
Stepping into the car of a stranger can be a leap of faith that more people are taking by hitting an app on their cellphone and waiting a few minutes for a driver to arrive.
Briefs from Around the Region for Oct. 30 are featured.
As families throughout Alachua County prepare to head out Friday for an evening of Halloween trick-or-treating, local officials have offered suggestions to ensure that everyone stays safe.
Charlie Crist, the Democratic candidate for governor, returned to the University of Florida Wednesday afternoon to stir supporters into voting early, eight months after his appearance here to protest the state's refusal to allow an early voting site on campus.
This week is Red Ribbon Week, which highlights drug use prevention and is typically the time that schools push anti-drug campaigns the hardest.
An Alachua woman was arrested early this morning on charges of child neglect and reckless driving after she was clocked traveling through High Springs at 100 mph, according to a booking report.