Noelimary is a reporter for WUFT News who can be reached by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing email@example.com.
The Florida Public Archaeology Network hosted a two-day Cemetery Resource Protection Training conference. WUFT’s Noelimary Suarez reports a number of groups attended the event including local descendants, caretakers and historians.
This month marks six years since the Ocala Police Department announced its Heroin/Opioid Amnesty program. The department launched the program in response to growing opioid overdoses in the city; however, cases continue to rise.
The facility opened at 5125 NE 63rd Ave. in 1999, collecting materials containing common toxins from residential and commercial buildings in Alachua County and neighboring areas such as the Gilchrist, Putnam, Dixie and Lafayette counties.