Health care professionals at UF Health are working with their colleagues across the globe as they identify a new treatment plan for COVID-19 patients. It has proven to reduce patients' stay in the hospital.
Leaders from across Alachua County joined a town hall hosted by Gainesville city commissioner Gail Johnson on Wednesday to address the issues of education and working together for everyone in the community.
Judge Garnett Chisenhall is recommending the Suwanne River Water Management District to approve Seven Springs water company’s renewal application to pump more than a million gallons of water per day from Ginnie Springs.
The Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville opened a new exhibit, Survival of the Slowest, which features nearly 20 different animals like turtles, snakes, lizards, a hedgehog, and even a sloth.
After establishing a law practice in Gainesville in 1972, Mickle earned a spot on the county, circuit, and district court benches. He became the first African American to serve as Chief Justice of the Northern District of Florida.
Sales over the internet have increased from 30 to 50 percent during the pandemic, yet Florida remains one of two states with a sales tax that does not place the tax burden on out-of-state retailers. But where the tax is collected could soon be changing.
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, bus drivers had to take on new cleaning methods and safety procedures, to make sure they remained healthy and that students were safe, but that hasn’t been all that they’ve had to worry about during the pandemic.