It's a time of growth for the Gainesville Regional Airport.
So who was Alice? Where did she come from? And how did she become the namesake of the biggest and most popular lake at UF?
The company may be relying on newer forms of charcoal production, but these kilns will continue to spark wonder in tourists and passers-by.
This story is part of Untold Florida, a WUFT News series built from your questions.
Witness Tree Junction, a trailhead along the Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail in Prairie Creek Preserve, features towering pine trees and swampy soil — and a deep history dating back to 1812.
For nearly five years, two statues have greeted visitors outside of an old art gallery along State Road 26 in Melrose. The sculptures depicting the likenesses of John Belushi and Dan Akyroyd’s characters Jake and Elwood from the 1980 film The Blues Brothers have become a local landmark, but now the one of the sculptures is missing.
A Jewish utopia was created near Micanopy in the early 1800s. Now, almost no evidence of this society remains.
In a nearly 400-page book on the history of Waldo, only a few lines allude to the town's namesake.
Melrose is an unincorporated community that had a population of 6,708 residents as of 2016. What makes this town different from similar towns is its jurisdiction: four counties (Alachua, Bradford, Clay and Putnam) have jurisdiction over different areas in Melrose and it has no mayor.
As rainy season is fast approaching, the two outside lanes on 441 beside Paynes Prairie will remain closed until sustained dry weather arrives.