Author Archives: Sarah Daly
The Envision Alachua initiative is getting closer to the end of the second phase thanks to Plum Creek Timber Company, Inc.
Students at Fort Clarke Middle School learned about the values of positivity and love at a school-wide assembly Thursday.
Dianne’s Old Time Barbecue in Hawthorne still sees slow business two years after a local plywood mill shut down.
This Halloween season, the Gainesville Hippodrome State Theatre is bringing Zombie Town: A Documentary Play to the stage. WUFT News sat down with actor Logan Wolfe to talk about the upcoming show.
UF research departments have been heavily affected by the government shutdown. Some researchers are unable to come to work, and others are unable to contact their federally employed colleagues.
Residents near Ben Hill Griffin stadium are now allowed to charge for parking in their yards without permits.
The Food and Drug Administration will make the most widely known morning-after pill available on drugstore shelves to women ages 15 and older.
A ricin-laced letter addressed to President Barack Obama was intercepted Wednesday, after a letter packed with the same toxin was sent to Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., late Tuesday.
Glen Nichol, Alachua County Teacher of the Year for 2012, has agreed to a deferred prosecution agreement following a sworn complaint for inappropriately touching at least one of his students at Lawton Chiles Elementary School.
The Florida House Energy and Utilities Subcommittee held a hearing Wednesday to discuss the proposal of a bill that would repeal cost recovery programs.