Recordings provide a rare, detailed look at the inner workings of a modern klan cell and a domestic terrorism probe.Read More »
Gainesville Doesn’t Meet Criteria To Be Certified As ‘Welcoming City’ To Immigrants. Two Proposals Could Help Change That.
In December of 2016, Mayor Lauren Poe proclaimed Gainesville a "Welcoming City" — Florida's first. But when criteria was developed the next year for cities to become certified as welcoming, local immigration advocates discovered the city was far from meeting them.Read More »
The ordinance would prohibit the relocation, removal, renaming, or any other disturbance to memorials of U.S. veterans and presidents.Read More »
Putnam Board Of County Commissioners Voted To Move A Confederate Monument. Now They’re Considering An Ordinance To Protect It.
On Confederate Memorial Day in 1924, the cornerstone was laid for a monument that, nearly a century later, has caused a twisting, emotional, yearlong debate in Putnam County with no clear end in sight.Read More »
On Saturday, history unfolded in Palatka, Florida, as the community gathered to celebrate Juneteenth as a federal holiday for the first time.Read More »
Parents and experts worry about pandemic-related learning loss as national data show millions of students are falling behind.Read More »
The Florida Education Association called on the board, many of whose members were appointed by DeSantis, to reject the proposal.Read More »
Thursday marks one month since former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd. And Tuesday is one year since Floyd’s death, an event that sparked months-long protests across the country in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. In Gainesville, over 1,000 community members came …Read More »
Porters Community Residents Are Growing Tired Of Noise And Dust Coming From Neighboring Cement Companies
Porters is virtually alone in the city in being directly next to an active heavy industrial plant.Read More »
While the vaccine rollout continues in prisons and jails across the U.S., vaccine hesitancy has emerged as a hurdle to herd immunity. Misinformation and a lack of trust in the prison system among incarcerated people have fueled skepticism — and refusal — of the shot.Read More »