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Past articles by Anthony:

Market pushing buyers into pricier homes

As home sales in Alachua County continue to outpace last year’s totals, growing shortages at lower prices are pushing buyers into higher-priced homes, raising the median sale price nearly 10 percent in May compared to a year ago. → Read More

Federal Reserve study: Gainesville lacks government-subsidized investments

Gainesville has both the need for government-subsidized investments to address socioeconomic problems and the kind of dynamic economy to help make that pay off for private investors, but is only getting about half of its share of community development dollars, according to a Federal Reserve study. → Read More

Whited works to defend public access to financial advice

A month ago, Rod Whited was on Capitol Hill as one of 800 members of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors to blitz Congress. → Read More

Area unemployment rate remains low

The Gainesville area’s unemployment rate reached another eight-year low in May, dipping to 3.8 percent from 3.9 percent in April, the lowest since 3.2 percent in April 2008, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity reported Friday. → Read More

Dick's Sporting Goods opens Wednesday

Dick's Sporting Goods, the biggest new store to come to Gainesville as part of Butler North, opens Wednesday and will hold a grand opening celebration Friday through Sunday featuring product giveaways, games and an appearance by former Florida Gators and NFL quarterback Rex Grossman. → Read More

Ex-Grooveshark workers now target ad blockers

To offer its online music streaming service mostly free to over 100 million users, Grooveshark employees had to solve problems with certain online ads that supported the service but annoyed users. → Read More

Pilar Doran has taken reins of CH2M's Gainesville office

As a woman and a Latina, Pilar Doran has not always seen a lot of people like herself in her chosen profession as a structural engineer. → Read More

Matheson Museum rocked by turmoil

All three employees of the Matheson History Museum have submitted letters of resignation over the past two weeks over what one said was mistreatment and unfounded accusations of financial mismanagement from Dr. Mark Barrow, the museum’s co-founder and main benefactor. → Read More

Patients thrilled with cancer facility they helped design

A group of 10 cancer patients and survivors stepped into the new Florida Cancer Specialists’ wing to gasps of “wow” and “there’s actually space to move” during a tour Friday morning. → Read More

Chamber to wade deeper into local, state politics

The Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce plans to get more involved in politics, announcing its intention to start a political committee that can endorse and contribute to local and state candidates and initiatives that support its economic development goals. → Read More

Inventor says fame is fine, but best reward is helping others

As a microbiology professor at the University of Florida, Nicholas Muzyczka figured out a way to engineer a virus to deliver genetic material that would continue to replicate in the body. → Read More

ABC closes one Gainesville store, building another

ABC Fine Wine & Spirits has closed its store at 1021 E. University Ave. near Waldo Road as it builds a bigger store next to an existing one at 6621 Newberry Road across from The Oaks Mall. → Read More

Ex-GRU site eyed for bank, medical building, Starbucks

A Clearwater developer has submitted plans to the city to redevelop the former Gainesville Regional Utilities control center at Northwest 43rd Street and 53rd Avenue across from the Hunter’s Crossing Publix. → Read More

Restaurant news: Healthy Mexican food, 'junk food for drunk people' new offerings

A fast-casual Mexican chain restaurant called Costa Vida Fresh Mexican Grill is coming to the Archer Centro West shopping center at 3581 Archer Road. → Read More

County's new irrigation rules add to cost, but yards are more efficient

In 2012, Alachua County commissioners brought renewed vigor to discussions started two years earlier about ways to conserve water and reduce fertilizer runoff. → Read More

Growing endoscopy numbers meant opportunity for Newberry firm

NEWBERRY — From a 16,000-square-foot concrete building at the back of the Newberry Commercial Park, a machine shop of 15 people makes parts for endoscopes that it ships to customers in 87 countries. → Read More

RTI shareholders reject director takeover try

After a proxy battle of press releases and letters urging votes for competing white and green cards, RTI Surgical announced that early results show shareholders elected all seven of its director nominees over the four put forth by an an activist investor. → Read More

Local ties helping to lure businesses and jobs

Two companies are looking to set up shop in Gainesville with at least 10 new jobs each, both as a result of having key executives who already live here. → Read More

Jam plans to end its run with a 3-day music fest

The Jam opened four years ago as a place for the musical owners and their friends to have jam sessions and grew into a venue for aspiring bands to hone their stage shows and a hangout for creative collaborators who call themselves “the Jamily.” → Read More

McFarlin working to ensure students have a career path after graduation

When Diane McFarlin graduated from the University of Florida in 1976, she said there were three distinct career paths for journalism majors: Work for a newspaper, work for a television or radio station, or work for an advertising agency or as in-house ad staff. → Read More