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It was a busy news week in our community. Among the stories Mainstreet Daily News covered were:

  • The Hawthorne Hornets and Columbia Tigers  advance to the next round of the high school football postseason.
  • High Springs joins other small towns in challenging Alachua County about annexed land use restrictions.
  • Are tiny homes communities coming to Newberry?

Here are 11 stories published by Mainstreet Daily News that shaped the community this week.

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