The Ocala Fire Rescue was awarded a $5,000 grant for the purchase of dual sensor smoke alarms. As WUFT-FM’s Brittany Thompson reports, this is part of the city’s program, S.A.F.E. providing Ocala residents with smoke alarm equipment and installation free of charge.[audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/FPSmokeAlarmWrap.mp3]
‘Tired Of Releasing Balloons,’ 100 Attended Candlelight Vigil For Gainesville Mechanic Killed In Shooting
The community gathered near “the slab” at 1704 NE 8th Ave in remembrance of Montez Davis, East Gainesville’s latest gun violence victim. He was shot and killed outside the Eighth Avenue Food Store Saturday.