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Gatorland Toyota opens conference room to nonprofits

A local car dealership has begun offering free conference room space to nonprofits.

Groups can now book meetings at Gatorland Toyota, located at

Locals tap into craft-beer boom with new brewery

By Amanda Purser

Gainesville’s craft beer scene is about to get a little bigger.

First Magnitude Brewing (FMB), located

GRU warns customers of business scam attempt

GRU is cautioning citizens to beware of a nationwide scam targeting non-residential customers.

Some business customers have received phone calls from someone claiming

North Florida Regional Medical Center CEO to retire after 25 years

By Kelcee Griffis

The CEO of Gainesville’s largest private hospital is retiring.

North Florida Regional Medical Center’s president and CEO

GRU In the News

GRU has begun demolishing an old turbine stack as part of a three-year plan to decommission the John R. Kelly Turbine.

Plum Creek task force talks myths and misinformation at Wednesday meeting

By Kelcee Griffis

Envision Alachua held a task force meeting at the UF Hilton Wednesday night during which members discussed what they said

Gainesville-grown company Optym to expand, create 100 jobs

A formerly foreclosed building will soon become the state-of-the-art home for a Gainesville incubator graduate that’s gone global.

 Optym held a

County commission moves forward with plans for Plum Creek public hearings

By Kelcee Griffis

At its regular meeting Tuesday morning, the Alachua County Commission discussed the status of the Plum Creek sector

Gainesville Big-Data-Analysis Startup With Global Reach to Expand Locally

By Kelcee Griffis

When Kevin Blighe rides a train across Europe on a conference call with a client, you might not

Nonprofit Takes Graphic Approach to Awareness, Launches Video Game Drive

A local nonprofit is taking a graphic approach to spreading awareness about its cause and to help underprivileged children.

Try video

$45 million O’Dome Renovations to Displace Campus Events to Community

By Kelcee Griffis

UF recently announced that the O’Dome is getting an overhaul, and the effects of the planned $45 million

Plum Creek Town Hall Meeting Points to Progressing Plans, Ongoing Discontent

By Kelcee Griffis

Cars jammed the Chester Shell Elementary School parking lot and spilled along side streets and into an

Seventh Compass makes move to Innovation Square

By Kelcee Griffis


A locally launched tech company has become one of Innovation Square’s newest tenants.

Application development firm

Google My Business

“Just Google it” has become a catchphrase that is understood by most living in today’s society, but would have been particularly confusing 10

Butler Plaza Expansion Proving Profitable for New Business

Butler Plaza’s recent push for expansion has created some dust and brought in new vendors as it looks to transition into an upscale