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About: gainesville, florida

Gainesville is characterized by its medium size, central location, about 90 minutes driving time away from Jacksonville and Orlando. Located here is the University of Florida, the nation's third largest university, which contributes nearly $6 billion annually to Florida's economy. The sports drink Gatorade was invented in Gainesville as a means of refreshing the UF football team and UF still receives a share of the profits from the beverage.

Population: 124491
Local Newspapers: The Gainesville Sun
Local Sports Teams: University of Florida (Gators)
Local Colleges: University of Florida

Zip Codes associated with gainesville, florida: 32113 32601 32603 32605 32606 32607 32608 32609 32641 32653
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Helping the most vulnerable of Florida's children

Little did she know that when Mildred Maldonado-Molina joined The Gator Nation 12 years ago, her career and research focus was about to take a very different path. Maldonado-Molina, an associate professor in the Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics, came to Gainesville from Penn State University.

Know Your 2018 Candidates: Florida State Senate, District 8

State Sen. Keith Perry, R - Gainesville, is seeking re-election. He first won election to the state senate in 2016 after serving in the state House of Representatives from 2010 until 2016.

UF All-American gymnast Melanie Sinclair arrested for storing stolen goods...

A nine-time All-American gymnast from the University of Florida was arrested Tuesday by Gainesville police on three counts of accessory after the fact for her alleged role in storing stolen items in her apartment. According to a booking report, Sinclair's apartment was used to store a safe, nine shotguns or rifles, two laptop computers and a large-screen television, all of which police recovered from the apartment and identified as stolen from multiple burglaries.

What A Dementia Care and Cure Initiative Task Force Means For Gainesville

Roxanne Laurendeau holds a photo of her mother, Betty Marr, who died of vascular dementia on Oct. 13, 2016. Marr taught her daughter to play the guitar when she was around 13 years old when she bought her a music book filled with songs from The Beatles.

A Port St. Joe Family Takes Refuge In Gainesville

In a living room with an armchair and a couch that only fits three, one of the children was forced to claim the ground as their seat. The other two squished in beside Donna Padilla and her husband.

Hurricane Michael Is the Strongest Storm to Hit Florida Since 1851....

Last Thursday, forecasters were saying that what was then called Tropical Storm Michael " does not pose a threat to land ." Just days later on Tuesday, as they further tracked its path, Hurricane Michael made landfall as a Category 4 storm and the most intense hurricane to hit Florida since 1851.

Not parachute journalism: How the Washington Post is letting college...

The Poynter Institute's Morning Mediawire breaks down and delivers the most important stories you need to start your day. Delivered to your inbox every morning before work.

Everything You Need To Know About The 2018 Ballot Amendments

The 2018 General Election ballot in Alachua County will feature 12 constitutional amendments along with two referendums for Alachua County and two for the city of Gainesville. Thirteen constitutional amendments were proposed by the Constitution Revision Commission, the Florida Legislature and citizens' initiatives.

Remembering Tom Petty: Live At Jazz Fest In 2012

One year ago today the music world lost one of its true greats when Tom Petty died after suffering cardiac arrest due to an accidental overdose. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers had just finished a 56-show tour in honor of their 40th anniversary.

Tom Petty 'Gainesville' Video Is a Tribute to Late Rocker's Hometown: Watch

Although it's been almost a year since Tom Petty died at age 66 on Oct. 2, 2017, his legacy, music and hometown love live on. Petty's compilation album An American Treasure was released via Reprise Records on Friday and features 63 songs, including the previously unreleased song "Gainesville."

Congratulations, Gainesville: You Survived The Hottest September In 93 Years

Anyone who found September 2018 unusually hot even for Gainesville was right: Temperatures in the city broke or tied records dating back to the beginning of the 20th century. Gainesville simmered through an average daily temperature of 83.5 degrees, breaking the 1925 record of 82.2 degrees for the warmest September, the National Weather Service reported.

The Future Of Dignity Village, Gainesville's Homeless Camp, Is In Doubt

Two years after a report called a walk through Dignity Village "devastating," city officials are still working toward closing it down. That word was one of the descriptors used in summer 2016, when OrgCode Consulting, Inc. submitted a 15-page report to the city and county.

Mike Campbell's Life After Heartbreak

A year after losing his best friend, Tom Petty, Mike Campbell is moving on with a new band: Fleetwood Mac Mike Campbell doesn't cry when he talks about the early-morning phone call that told him Tom Petty , his bandleader and best friend of nearly 50 years, had just been rushed to the hospital. The Heartbreakers guitarist doesn't cry when he remembers playing to a sold-out Hollywood Bowl with Petty one week before that horrible October morning either, or even when he remembers seeing Petty's body in a hospital bed just hours before his heart stopped beating.

New Tom Petty set a form of therapy for his family and band

"An American Treasure" went on sale Friday, four days short of a year after Petty died at age 66 of cardiac arrest. He and his band the Heartbreakers had just completed a triumphant concert tour with a show back home in Los Angeles.

Disney dreams: Hourly workers set education goals now that school is free

Goofy hugs a Disney employee during an expo for the Disney Aspire program at the Coronado Springs Resort, on Friday, Sept. 28, 2018.

Rock legend Stephen Stills, arts dean Onye Ozuzu slated as fall commencement speakers

Stephen Stills, singer/songwriter and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer whose legendary six-decade career traces its origins to Gainesville, will be the speaker for the University of Florida's fall commencement in December, the first universitywide ceremony to be held in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in decades. He will be joined by UF College of the Arts Dean Onye Ozuzu, who will be the faculty speaker.

Florida Schools and Families Celebrate "Dads Take Your Child to School Day"

"As a former teacher and principal, I know personally how important it is for families to be involved in their students' education," said Commissioner Stewart. "'Dads Take Your Child to School Day' is a terrific way for dads, granddads, uncles and other male figures to gain a deeper understanding of their critical role in our schools.

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