Author Archives: Kaitlyn McGrath
Silver Springs opened as a newly renovated state park Tuesday morning after merging its property with Silver River State Park.
As UF set new standards for its cheerleaders, limiting acrobatics, this week, the National Collegiate Athletic Association continues to leave cheerleading off its official list of sports.
In a recent study, University of Florida researchers have found new evidence for a change in the history and categorization for the great white shark. The study found that the species may be about 2 million years older than previously believed.
The Gainesville City Commission and people who live along part of NW 31st Drive are still trying to solve the problem of drivers speeding through the neighborhood.
The Gainesville City Commission and Alachua County Commission celebrated United Nations Day a week early by hosting a panel discussion.
A new book claims food can be as addictive as drugs, cigarettes and alcohol. Co-editor Mark Gold, a professor at the University of Florida’s College of Medicine, said UF’s McKnight Brain Institute is researching how the addictions are similar.
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office and the Ocala Police Department are hosting an initiative for National Pill Take-Back Day to curtail the illegal use and sale of prescription drugs.
A $300,000 grant from AT&T will help the United Way of North Central Florida’s efforts to lower dropout rates in Alachua County high schools.