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If you're searching for some of the most interesting and exciting inventors, entrepreneurs, and visionaries to solve the world's biggest challenges, you can find them... [Read More]
One of the most talked about articles published recently by Bloomberg News was on the periphery of the securities markets and had nothing to do... [Read More]
Charter school concernsAs an educator who has taught mostly in Florida public schools for a quarter century, the current belief in charter schools as a... [Read More]
Students, led by Noah Hale, started their team from nothing, scrounging up uniforms and playing a tough schedule of "away games at bad times." The... [Read More]
A new type of sensor created by University of Florida engineers could have a lasting impact as the world transitions from gasoline to electric cars.The... [Read More]
A homeless man became violent after taking drugs, tried to elbow a pregnant woman in the stomach and punched her, Gainesville police reported.Dimitri Michael Viano,... [Read More]
After a week of above-average temperatures, a weather system sweeping the Eastern United States is expected to bring below-average temperatures for mid-March to Gainesville, according... [Read More]
After a week of above average temperatures, a weather system sweeping across the Eastern United States is expected to bring below average temperatures for mid-March... [Read More]
If Florida wants to fix its teacher shortage, state lawmakers should stop scapegoating educators and start showing them they are valued.After all, teachers have critical... [Read More]
Benefits for everyoneIn a March 10 column about the solar feed-in tariff, the author labels participants as "elites," "the privileged few" and "the unjustly enriched."... [Read More]
What's on your mind? Call Sound Off, our weekly column of community comments, at 352-337-0368.• The City Commission should concentrate on fixing things for Gainesville... [Read More]
The Gainesville India Fest, held Saturday by the India Cultural and Education Center of Gainesville, was an all-round sensory experience with a wide range of... [Read More]
Florida football team holds their first practice in pads and the Gators were hitting the turf hard. [Read More]
Medical cannabis on the rise as more dispensaries seek to open in Alachua County... [Read More]
Deaf and hard-of-hearing people often have difficulty in emergency rooms and other medical situations, and bringing attention to that and other issues that affect the... [Read More]
IndiaFest 2019 at the Bo Diddley Plaza... [Read More]
Medical students around the nation held their collective breath Friday afternoon.Years of studying, standardized tests and applications finally culminated in this moment where students would... [Read More]
VA contractors needed To the Editor: It is beyond me why our area has no local VA contractors. With the thousands of veterans who need... [Read More]
The restaurant is expected to open in fall adjacent to Whole Foods and behind Grub Burger. [Read More]
The Gators won in shocking fashion with a last second three-pointer during the SEC tournament in Nashville on Friday. [Read More]
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