In some ways, it was the same as every other Thursday night at the University Club.
The County Commission is forging ahead with a plan to use the $7.2 million left from CHOICES to start a trust fund to provide money to agencies and charities that provide health care to low-income residents.
Five things you need to know for Friday, Aug. 29.
Computer and phone line glitches caused delays in reporting results from Tuesday's primary election in Alachua County, but county officials say they'll be worked out in time for the Nov. 4 general election.
The basement of the Marston Sciences Library has been converted from a dark, dusty storage den into a bright, sunlit space in which up to 701 students can study.
This Labor Day weekend is poised to be the cheapest at the pump for Alachua County drivers since 2010, with some industry watchers predicting a gallon of gas will drop below $3 before the end of the year.
Smith was suspended on Thursday morning due a new state investigation, and he subsequently failed to show up for traffic court.
Saying it has reached a “tipping point,” Florida’s teacher union along with other groups filed a lawsuit Thursday aimed at ending one of the nation’s largest private school voucher programs.
In what will very likely be his last state of the university speech before retiring, University of Florida President Bernie Machen told faculty on Thursday, "Our tuition needs to rise."
Marion County Administrator Lee Niblock is still looking for a new job, this time much closer to home.