Author Archives: Elle Newbold
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio scheduled the field hearing at the Franklin County Courthouse in Apalachicola to hear evidence concerning the oyster collapse. Speakers blamed the collapse on last year’s drought and poor water conservation practices in Georgia along the Chattahoochee river.
When it comes to creative political campaigning, you might say Gainesville mayor hopeful Peter Lars Johnson is barking up the right tree.
The “stand your ground” law will not be overturned, but Gov. Rick Scott’s Citizen Safety Task Force made recommendations for change in a report released Friday.
The fourth annual environmental art and film festival, Cinema Verde, will welcome all film and art enthusiasts this February at Zuzu Jolie restaurant and banquet hall in downtown Gainesville, Fla.
University of Florida and Florida State University researchers are collaborating on Health IMPACTS, a project that collects information related to youth concussion management and health risks. The initial information is gathered from primary care practices in the Gainesville, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and Orlando areas.
Looking to adopt a pet for Christmas? Animal shelters in Gainesville and elsewhere provide excellent, humane sources.
A duo of Shands’ Musicians in Residence kickoff Arts + Health Month with a concert Thursday night at the Thomas Center.
Child health advocates are questioning the Florida Legislature’s decision earlier this year to get rid of funding that could potentially reduce the number of children being abused.
A report by the National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and Alzheimer’s Association focuses on the stigma attached to the disease.
The University of Florida Board of Trustees kicked off a two-day retreat at Lake Wauburg to discuss the university’s future.