Author Archives: Stephanie Denardo
While celebrating the 75th anniversary of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’ book “The Yearling,” Floridians remember three women of the same name: Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Marjorie Carr and Marjory Stoneman Douglas, who each left their mark on Florida’s history.
Cyberbullying will be the focus of a talk Tuesday night at the University of Florida. Tina Meier, founder of the Megan Meier Foundation, will speak from 6 to 8 p.m. at the J. Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium.
A consent decree was filed Thursday to clean up the Cabot-Koppers Superfund site, which has contaminated local soil and the Floridan aquifer system for the past three decades.
Alachua County Sheriff’s Deputies are determining the cause of death for a Gainesville couple found dead in their apartment yesterday afternoon. Today the U.S. Senate considers Counterterrorism Advisor John Brennan to head the CIA. The massive manhunt to capture former […]
Emotions run high as a nonpartisan bill on immigration reform was proposed Tuesday. Some say the nation needs to begin focusing more on the human aspect of the issue of immigration, not just legal implications.
Suspect in Bivens Cove murder is in custody in Orange County awaiting extradition to Alachua County to face charges.
The first quintuplets born at Shands Hospital for Children are able to go home after spending two months in the neonatal ICU. Parents Kelley and Stacy Dyal are overjoyed to bring their newborns home.
U.S. Congressman-elect Ted Yoho talks about his journey this past year, about the most memorable moments, and what he plans to do once he’s sworn in.
In a report released Thursday, many teachers were evaluated based on a new value-added score method and reviews by the principals of their school. Many educators are in an uproar about the scores because of inconsistencies between districts and because many teachers have yet to be evaluated.
On Monday, Scott challenged Florida’s community and state colleges to create four-year degrees that would cost no more than $10,000. Florida Board of Education Vice Chair Roberto Martinez wrote Gov. Rick Scott a letter expressing his distaste with what he thinks is not a serious policy move.