Kennedy Mason

Gainesville’s noise ordinance debate continues to bring tension between Gainesville city officials and neighbors

Gainesville city commissioners unanimously decided Thursday against hiring a consultant to look over its noise ordinance. Gainesville Police Lt. Lisa Scott has said in the city, “the No. 1 complaint will be noise.” The complaints over the sound of loud cars and concerts in the downtown area remain. Gainesville has …

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Students question school safety day after bomb threat

Gainesville students are trying to understand why an 8th grader would allegedly send bomb threats before getting arrested Monday afternoon. The thirteen-year-old female is enrolled at Kanapaha middle school and was arrested after sending emails to Kanapaha Middle School and Buchholz High School on Monday, according to an Alachua County …

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UF Students host golf tournament to support GRACE Grows

Golfers putting. Golf balls flying. Golf carts zooming. University of Florida students working. This was the scene at the Turkey Creek Golf Course on Friday. UF students worked on a project this semester for GRACE Grows, a nonprofit organization that provides fresh fruits and vegetables to people experiencing homelessness and …

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