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Duke Ellington Sacred Concert to debut in Gainesville

More than 40 artists will come together for the Duke Ellington Sacred Concert to inspire peace and unity after the death of George Floyd. → Read More

Achievers: UF College of Pharmacy receives record $28.3M in research awards

The University of Florida College of Pharmacy received a record $28.3 million in research awards in 2019, which moved the college higher in the American → Read More

Achievers: Florida Bar honors local attorneys

The Florida Bar honored 394 attorneys for 50 years of dedication to the practice of law as part of its 2020 Virtual Annual Convention.The Gainesville → Read More

Achievers: UF professor recognized for mentoring grad students

Martha Monroe, professor of environmental education in the UF/IFAS School of Forest Resources and Conservation received the Faculty Doctoral Mentoring → Read More

Achievers: Williston student part of Disney Dreamers Academy

The 2020 Disney Dreamers Academy with Steve Harvey and ESSENCE welcomed 100 students including Nia Marshall of Williston to Walt Disney World Resort for → Read More

NAACP celebration draws crowd

The Alachua County branch of the NAACP celebrated its first Founder’s Day with songs, history, speakers and a call to join the county’s → Read More

Sophomore recognized for work tracking drug epidemic

Navya Tripathi earns national attention again, this time for work tracking drug epidemic.Tripathi, a sophomore at Buchholz High School, in 2017 won a national award for her work mapping the impact of Hurricane Irma, including storm surges, flooding, evacuation responses and shelter use. And for the past several months, she’s been tracking the nation’s drug crisis.She was the only high school… → Read More

Celebrating success

Researchers, educators, students and the curious can explore the history of Florida’s Spanish missions via a new online database launched Wednesday. → Read More

2 EHS seniors vying for scholarships from Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation

Eastside High School students (from left) Zina Ahn and Himanshi Verma have been named semifinalists in the 2020 class of the Coca-Cola Scholars Program. → Read More

Call to action heard at King Banquet

The year is 2020, yet African Americans and people of color continue to be in crisis, dealing with the same challenges for more than 55 years.What are → Read More

City hall mural completed

The city of Gainesville celebrated the completion of an underwater mural at City Hall.The new urban art project by 352walls and the Gainesville Art in → Read More

Nazworth honored for service to community

The Rotary Club of Gainesville honored Bryan Nazworth, a local businessman and philanthropist, with the “E.T. and Vam York Service Above Self “award, which recognizes outstanding, dedicated and unselfish service to enhance the quality of life of the citizens and youth in the area. The award has been awarded by the club since 1984,As honoree, Nazworth received a plaque and his name will be… → Read More

Local teacher selected to master teacher program

• • •Three UF/IFAS faculty members have been elected 2019 Fellows of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).They → Read More

Library Partnership throws party to celebrate decade of help

The Library Partnership Resource Center will celebrate 10 years of service with a community block party.The party will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 → Read More

Signup for Head Start, officials urge

Although all slots are full, officials said they expect spots to open up by the time school begins Monday. → Read More


The United Way of North Central Florida Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA program has another record-breaking year with a total community impact of → Read More


The United Way of North Central Florida Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA program has another record-breaking year with a total community impact of → Read More


Alachua County recently earned a National Achievement Award for the Children’s Advisory Board given by the National Association of Counties. → Read More

Back to school rally offers supplies, uplifting message

Held Saturday at the Santa Fe College gymnasium, the rally was hosted by Alachua County Public Schools and People Against Violence Enterprises, or PAVE. → Read More


Eastside High School student Wesley Hill won one of the nation’s highest awards at the 2019 SkillsUSA Championships, held June 26-27 in Louisville, Ky. Hill won a Skill Point Certificate in Culinary Arts, which is a component of the SkillsUSA assessment program for career and technical education, awarded in 72 occupational and leadership areas to students who meet a threshold contest core… → Read More