Author Archives: Jessica Kegu
It’s not a new concern that law school graduates are having trouble finding work. But while the number of law school applicants began to decline this year, the 2012 graduating class of law students is still seeing high unemployment and underemployment rates months after graduation.
Linda Ivery and Betty Jefferson, Eugene Jefferson’s wife, have been released on their own recognizance after they turned themselves in on election fraud charges from the District 10 Lake City council election.
Sen. Nelson spent Tuesday afternoon at Silver Springs with representatives from Marion County to bring attention to a problem that is literally growing every day. That problem is algae.
Monday the Senate gaming committee voted unanimously in support of a bill that would put an outright ban on such cafes. For Internet cafes around Gainesville, on Tuesday it was business as usual.
This year, Florida schools will receive $134.6 million in performance-related funds, with $2,139,922 of that going to schools in the Gainesville area.
S and S Food Stores and its employees presented a check worth $1,028,164.97 to the Children’s Miracle Network and Shands at UF Tuesday.
Armed with clipboards and food for participants, volunteers with the Alachua County Coalition for the Homeless and Hungry collected information about this area’s homeless people.
Christian Aguilar’s parents traveled from South Florida to Gainesville Tuesday for the case management hearing in the death of their son.