At the helm are sisters Kim Tuttle and Judy Skinner, who continue build on the company started by their mother, Mary Ellen Pofahl, for students of her dance studio, which the sisters also continue to run.
Carlos Holt has been at the helm of the Gainesville City Auditor's Office for almost six months, and in that time, he has implemented some noticeable changes.
Michael Dumas was beyond stoked when he got out of Lake Wauburg on a chilly Saturday.
Before the college football season kicked off Verizon Wireless completed a multimillion-dollar project that the company said would allow its customers to use data much faster in The Swamp.
Kids who could kick your butt right now: Will embark on the fall race of the Youth Combine Triathlon at 10 a.m. If you happen to see them swimming, biking or running, give them a supportive “whooo!”
The Halloween season may come every year, but that doesn’t mean it can’t still creep up on people like a stealthy ghoul.
The reaction to the latest mass shooting on an American college campus highlights the stark differences of opinion over the prospect of allowing guns on Florida campuses.
Events for budding entrepreneurs have proliferated in Gainesville in recent years and now local groups are organizing several longstanding events and some new ones under the banner of Gainesville Entrepreneur Month — or GEM — in October.
Rush hour in Gainesville already can be a quagmire, but with traffic congestion forecast to become only worse over time, county and city officials are deciding which long-term roadway projects will receive funding to help ease the load.
Teaching is the best job you can get, so long as the powers that be allow you to actually teach.