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Marion County Sheriff Chris Blair is reinstating the department’s Terror Intelligence and Counterterrorism Unit. Blair said Marion County has a critical need for this service.

Marion County Sheriff’s Office Reinstating Terror Intelligence And Counterterrorism Unit

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is reinstating the department’s Terror Intelligence and Counterterrorism Unit to prevent domestic and international terrorist threats. According to Sheriff Chris Blair, “nearly 300 terrorist threats since 9/11.”


In the News: Fraud Unit Raids Dental Office, Florida-Cuba Trade, Marion County Counterterrorism, Smoke Lingers Around Goethe

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Adrienne Fagan, a creator of Gainesville Atheist Brunch, checks the event page she created to advertise GAB’s inaugural brunch. GAB aims to create a safe space for atheists to gather and build community.

Atheist Space Creates Community, Eliminates Stigma

A Gainesville woman organizes brunch for locals to discuss atheism and to provide a community for fellow atheists.


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