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Many Americans may find bare grocery store shelves the most worrying sign of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their food system.
By Suzette Cook/Staff Writer Mainstreet Daily News
Gainesville Makers Against Covid, a group dedicated to providing personal protective equipment to Alachua County and beyond, recommend a face mask pattern for those interested in sewing their own cloth face masks.
For the seventh consecutive year, the St. Johns River Water Management District's Governing Board has approved a proclamation designating April as Springs Protection Awareness Month. The annual designation helps increase awareness about the importance of Florida’s springs and encourages resi…
Today, Alachua County Public Schools gave out 70,056 meals (that includes meals for this weekend), which brings our grand total for the week to 133,222! We have to thank our fantastic Food and Nutrition Services staff, who prepared, delivered and distributed the meals and the team of bus dr…
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ statewide stay-at-home order goes into effect Friday, meaning only those engaged in essential activities or employed in essential occupations should venture out into public.
UF Health Shands Hospital ER Nurse Julie Hulsey answered the call from FEMA on March 26th, and two days later she got word she was clear to go and was on a plane headed to New York City, the U.S. epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic where cases top 92,000.