Justice Week 2014During the week of Feb. 3, FIGHT Inc. hosted Justice Week, a five-day campaign that aimed at increasing awareness about domestic human trafficking and slavery.
The Silent KillerIn this tech-savvy age, many people have become attached to their cellphones, but some may be keeping them too close for comfort.
CASE 2014 RoundupCreativity held no boundaries Feb. 1 as science and art students came together in research.
Old New Ideas in EducationCornplanter College in Salamanca, NY breaks convention to meet the growing educational needs.
Catch the SpiritCelebrate Spirit of Faith’s Love Week — November 23 – 30th — by joining together with the community to raise up those in need and brighten the holiday season.
The Circle of HopeEvery woman trapped in a life of domestic violence holds to the hope of finding her way to a better life... Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network offers solutions.
ViVA! ViVA! ViVA!Haven Hospice puts on its 10th Anniversary fundraising event, ViVA! — the height of celebration to raise awareness and funds for much-needed services in the denouement of our lives.
Little Blood SuckersThis Halloween, the littlest vampires are the most dangerous, as a local West Nile case spurs the need for prevention.
Fight Cancer!When you need advanced cancer treatment that is delivered by caring hands, trust the experience of Community Cancer Center of North Florida for complete cancer care.
pro-active LivingBy Samantha Dean
The Business of Being Green
The Burning Debate
Locally, it is known as the “Gainesville Green.” Globally, it answers to a host of names, from pot, weed, grass, ganja, cannabis, Mary Jane, or, more formally, marijuana. Regardless of the term used to describe this drug, legalizing it for medical purposes in Florida is a controversial subject.by Maureen Mariano READ MORE
Tails of Gainesville
The Biodiesel Project — RevisitedDescription
Oak Hall School’s Biodiesel Project inspired the county to create its very own biodiesel fuel. Now, Mike Winslow, a teacher at Oak Hall, is rebuilding the project for future students.STORY BY: SASHA FIELDSPHOTOGRAPHY BY: PHILIP MARCELREAD MORE
Comic RelifComic School comes to Gainesville
Behind the black outlined boxes, the speech bubbles, the onomonopia and the carefully drawn characters is a multifaceted story-telling medium. Comics can be journalistic and whimsical. They can be inviting and yet very complex. Some are abstract and others are science fiction. Some take the form of a novel while others are only a few inches long. READ MORE