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The United States may terminate a 55-year-old trade embargo with Cuba, which could pose a threat to small citrus groves in Alachua County. The $9 billion industry may be affected by the new competition and importation, putting local growers out of business.
Because of flooding on 150 acres of Micanopy land, the Horse Protection Association of Florida is in need of dry land for its rescues. A suitable area was found for 23 of the horses, but HPAF’s Morgan Silver worries about organizing the funds to continue paying rent.
North Central farmers are straying away from pesticide-filled, genetically engineered foods with an emphasis on organic practices. The number of organic farms has more than doubled in the past two years.
The town of Micanopy plans to construct sidewalks through the Florida Department of Transportation. Although the sidewalks are for safety precaution, residents oppose plans because they are afraid the FDOT will cut down their Heritage Oak trees.
The sight of one-of-a-kind pieces, the smell of kettle corn wafting through the air and the sounds of laughter and conversation came from the young and old this weekend at the 31st annual Gainesville Downtown Festival & Art Show.
Judaism, Christianity, Islam and several other faith leaders gathered at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church to remember the victims of 9/11 The leaders spoke about change and interfaith unity.
Micanopy, like many other North Central Florida communities, experienced heavy rain throughout the night. The storm conditions brought down a few trees on county highways. The rain also caused the collapse of a roof on an unoccupied building at the […]
History buffs in Florida may want to come to Alachua County on Saturday. The Battle of Micanopy’s 176th Commemoration event in the historic town of Micanopy is taking place. This year’s event memorial will be unlike all the others.