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Mary Hausch recaps career after 40 years at Gainesville's Hippodrome Theatre
Mary Hausch announced earlier this month her decision to step down from her position as a producing director at Gainesville's Hippodrome Theatre.
3 hrs ago
Gainesville minister draws strength from nontraditional spiritual healing
Becky Covington, 34, is a minister working on her master's degree, taking on another job and dealing with the end of a 10-year relationship.
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The Gater 98.7 FM
Video: Funny Chiropractor Commercial
I'm now in my 21st year as the Gater's Music Director/Assistant Program Director and in my 16th year holding down the fort as the Gater's Afternoon Drive Air Talent.
Fri May 17, 2013
Honorary graduates exemplify school's values
Soon-to-be honorary graduates of Gainesville High School T. Richard Davis and Lessie Smithgall shake hands as Nathaniel Shelton, right, talks with a well-wisher. The three locals were honored at a pre-graduation reception at First Baptist Church Thursday night.
Gainesville police hunting for men in multiple armed robberies
The University of Florida and the Gainesville Police Department are warning all in the vicinity of campus to be on the outlook for two armed men.
Thu May 16, 2013
The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
Rick Yancey Rick Yancey is the author several books for adults, including The Highly Effective Detective .
Black bear on the loose in Gainesville
GAINESVILLE, Fla.-- A black bear is making its rounds in a Gainesville neighborhood.
Food Truck Rally to return to High Dive
Glory Days Presents!, High Dive and Pelican Brothers will be hosting The Original Gainesville Food Truck Rally on Saturday.
Alachua County Commission approves QTI request by BioMonde
BioMonde, a U.K.-based wound-care company that specializes in larval therapy, wants to expand its operation into Gainesville by participating in the Qualified Target Industry Program.
Wed May 15, 2013
News 4 Jax
Background checks not required
Robert Slater's webcam caught a maintenance worker in his Jacksonville apartment rummaging through his drawers.
Tue May 14, 2013
Russia, home of the Gothic
When the Russian moths were experimentally offered human hands this summer, the insects drilled their hook-and-barb-lined tongues under the skin and sucked blood.
Record low shattered
Jacksonville International Airport dipped to 47 degrees Tuesday morning, a record for the date.
Mon May 13, 2013
Man hospitalized after dog attack in Putnam County
Putnam County Sheriff's deputies tell Action News a Rottweiler found in the yard of a home off East Towles Avenue in Palatka may be responsible for biting a man's head and face.
Naples Daily News
Nanophotonica Is Winner of 4th Annual $50,000 Cade Museum Prize
Nanophotonica is the winner of the 4th Annual $50,000 Cade Museum Prize. A next-generation S-QLED display panel from NanoPhotonica in Orlando that is 60% less expensive and uses 50% less power than current flat panel display screens.
Police: 2 Men Arrested For Shoplifting Homemade Bomb Parts From Walmart
Two men were arrested - and one is facing a felony charge - after they were caught shoplifting what are believed to be the components of a homemade bomb.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Orlando Sentinel
UF students from Orlando attract venture capital with high-tech startup
At a time when many high-tech startups in Florida can't seem to raise a dime, a couple of 22-year-old entrepreneurs from Orlando have tapped a six-figure investment they hope will help put their young company on the map.
Gainesville community enjoys Free Friday Concert Series
Gainesville residents and tourists can enjoy an evening of music and fun at the Free Friday Concert Series.
Spring Open House & Plant Sale
On Saturday, May 11, Master Gardener volunteers of the UF-IFAS Leon County Extension Office will host the center's annual spring Open House from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., at 615 Paul Russell Road.
The Modesto Bee
Florida women play key role in emergency birth-control case
The long and sweeping movement to broaden access to emergency contraception — which may culminate soon in girls and women of all ages having over-the-counter access — has been led, in part, by a group of Florida grassroots activists — students, mothers, daughters.