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In the News: City Commission Discusses Homeless Shelter Background Checks, Fort Hood Gunman Did Not Appear Violent, Silver Springs Film Fest 2014, Stanford Mom Facing Death Penalty

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Grace Marketplace Reflects On First Year

Grace Marketplace has served the local homeless community for one year. The community is part of a 10-year plan, conceived in 2005, to end homelessness.


Andrew Schaer works the front desk of Hear Again Music and Movies in downtown Gainesville. The storeowner said he’s noticed a rise in the popularity of vinyl records among the younger generation.

Younger Generations Revive Vinyl Business For Local Record Stores

The vinyl records market has been revived. Business at local record stores has followed an upward trend with the resurgence of a younger audience.


In The News: Wards Creek Bridge Project In Progress, GRU Budget Includes Rate Increases, Unemployment Rate Falls, Japan Will Face U.S. Women’s Soccer In Final

Wards Creek Bridge replacement project well underway – The Wards Creek Bridge replacement project that started in August 2014 is scheduled to be completed this fall. The project includes a new bridge, turn lanes, guardrail, utility line replacement, traffic signals and pavement. […]


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