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The Triangle Business Journal is reporting that Tim Giuliani is leaving the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce to lead the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, in the heart of North Carolina’s Research Triangle.
Zane Greathouse and his 88-year-old mother, Mary Elizabeth Greathouse, had never held a protest sign until just weeks ago, when they decided to take a stand.
Two prison guards were arrested Monday after they were accused of a Feb. 11 incident that left a Columbia Correctional Institution inmate badly beaten.
On Friday, several area judges and lawyers will get to swap stories when they are honored by the Eighth Circuit Bar Association for their longevity.
More species of moths have been using their sex organs to jam bat sonar for a lot longer than scientists had previously thought, a team of scientists from the University of Florida and Boise State University has discovered.
An area of disorganized showers and thunderstorms east of Florida could build into the first tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, weather experts say.
There is a lot more cooing and crying being heard in two Marion County homes lately, and some more coddling being done, too.
Some residents — animal and human — of ZIP code 32607 in southwest Gainesville can get a lucky break, but it won’t last long.
Oak View Middle School band students won several awards at a music festival over the weekend, including Grand Champion of the middle school instrumental category.
BMW and Volkswagen have parted ways after sharing a showroom to move into larger, standalone facilities, while Audi plans to enter the market.
AxoGen reported record quarterly revenue of $4.95 million, a 58 percent increase over $3.14 million in first quarter 2014.
Junior Achievement of Alachua County moved its $200,000 fund to support local programs to the Community Foundation of North Central Florida.
The Gainesville Police Department is in search of people whose vehicles may have been burglarized by a man contracted to deliver The Gainesville Sun.
A Gainesville man was arrested on a drunken driving charge early Tuesday after he was accused of leading the University of Florida Police Department on a brief pursuit that ended after his motorcycle reached speeds of 100 mph.