Disability Rights Florida sent a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis to instill anti-discrimination protections during the pandemic for persons with disabilities in healthcare treatment or in life-saving medical care.Read More »
Stuck At Home: What Is The New Normal In The COVID-19 Era?
As the world shuts its doors to hide from COVID-19, a new sense of normalcy has emerged inside many homes.Read More »
Gainesville Coffee Shop Owners Take Precautions Against Coronavirus
As major businesses close throughout the country, local coffee shops in Gainesville are taking varying levels of precautions against the spread of germs and bacteria.Read More »
What’s It Like To Ride In A Driverless Bus? Gainesville Passengers Are About To Find Out
Gainesville residents can now use the bus for free as it travels between the parking garage on Southwest 2nd Street and the Innovation HubRead More »
How Much Has The Living Wage Ordinance Affected Gainesville City Workers?
The hourly wage increase from $13.25 to $13.75 is the third phase of the city’s plan to eventually raise city employees’ minimum wage to $15, according to the city’s current budget.Read More »