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Inspiration

Palms Medical Group serves 250 families during Easter Food Giveaway in High Springs

Apr 10, 2020
Palms Medical Group saw a huge success with their Easter Food Giveaway event! In a drive-thru style food pick up, 250 families were given hams, nonperishable […]
Education

School Board holding emergency ‘virtual’ meeting next week to prepare for future meetings during pandemic

Apr 10, 2020
 In order to keep Alachua County Public Schools operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, the School Board will be holding an emergency ‘virtual’ meeting at 2 p.m. […]
Inspiration

Caring Card drive reaches out to High Springs senior citizens

Apr 10, 2020
Grab some paint or crayons, practice your rhyming skills and get creative is the request of the High Springs Fire Department in an effort to reach […]
Local Living

Music returns to downtown?

Apr 10, 2020
Editor’s Note Mainstreet Daily News, in a collaboration with Noel Leroux, founder of Gainesville Downtown, is spotlighting downtown businesses to learn how each one is coping with […]
Education

UF-inspired cooperative brings virtual rounds to veterinary students at several campuses

Apr 9, 2020
Alex Fox-Alvarez, D.V.M., an assistant professor of small animal surgery at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, has a reputation for taking innovative approaches to […]
Local Living

Dry conditions bring reminder to conserve water outdoors

Apr 9, 2020
With below-normal rainfall causing increasingly drier conditions, the St. Johns River Water Management District wants to remind water users about the importance of outdoor water conservation. […]
Business

Lowe’s closing all stores on Easter Sunday

Apr 9, 2020
Lowe’s Companies announced this week that all stores and distribution centers in the United States and Canada will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 12th. “Our […]
News

Gainesville nurse resigns to answer calling in New York City hospital

Apr 9, 2020
Editor’s Note This is the fourth article in a series entitled “Frontline NYC” by Mainstreet Daily News Staff Writer Suzette Cook about the experiences of nurses […]
Local Living

Prum’s Kitchen: “We just want to send a message to the community that we are here for them.”

Apr 9, 2020
Editor’s Note Mainstreet Daily News, in a collaboration with Noel Leroux, founder of Gainesville Downtown, is spotlighting downtown businesses to learn how each one is coping with […]
Faith + Inspiration

Coronavirus is not the 11th plague

Apr 8, 2020
What Is Passover? The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated in the early spring, from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan, […]
Education

Online workshop aims to help families build peace at home

Apr 8, 2020
Zoom workshop tonight! Interested in learning techniques to cope with the new normal of being at home? You’re invited to join a one-hour Zoom workshop TONIGHT […]
Business

UF Health making coronavirus testing available to first responders and ER employees

Apr 8, 2020
Local first responders and emergency room employees who do not have symptoms of the novel coronavirus but nonetheless worry they have been exposed to it can […]
News

Hoarding during the coronavirus isn’t just unnecessary, it’s ethically wrong

Apr 8, 2020
As people rush to stockpile provisions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, stores have placed restrictions on the purchase of basic goods and medicines. When supply […]
Local News

Online county commission meetings will take public comment via phone

Apr 8, 2020
Alachua County is adapting its bi-monthly regular meetings to make sure safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic remain in place but that citizens can make still […]
News

Cash-strapped Florida hospitals face furloughs as COVID-19 peak nears

Apr 8, 2020
The Center Square – Declining revenues fostered by the postponement of nonessential medical procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic has some Florida hospitals facing the brunt of […]
Local Living

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Apr 8, 2020
These are challenging times, Alachua County. It’s not easy sifting through national websites to best navigate the coronavirus outbreak locally. And while the big picture is […]
Local News

County puts discussion of shutdown plan on hold

Apr 7, 2020
Alachua County Commission Chair Robert Hutchinson substituted his household hammer for a gavel and used it to adjourn the April 7th emergency meeting without having a […]
Local News

Gainesville Telephone Town Hall about COVID-19 scheduled for Wednesday

Apr 7, 2020
The City of Gainesville will host its next telephone town hall event at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow, April 8th. Gainesville Mayor Lauren Poe will be joined by Alachua […]
Inspiration

ElderCare can assist seniors through Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Apr 7, 2020
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act established additional funds that will allow ElderCare of Alachua County to provide assistance to anyone 60 years of age or older. […]
News

As projected COVID-19 peak nears, digital tool tracks Florida hospital, ICU bed availability

Apr 7, 2020
The Center Square – The Florida Department of Health’s COVID-19 webpage updates COVID-19’s statewide progression in confirmed cases several times a day, with tabs for testing numbers, cases […]
News

Class Action could restore voting rights of former criminal offenders in Florida

Apr 7, 2020
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — In the quest to restore voting rights to the nearly 1.4 million Floridians with prior felony convictions, there is new hope that a […]
Business

Nearly 90% of Florida gas stations under $2 a gallon

Apr 7, 2020
 The effects of COVID-19 continue to take a toll on prices at the pump. Florida gas prices dropped another 7 cents last week, contributing to a massive 50 […]
Local Living

Hippodrome hopes to reimagine memories in its 2020-21 season

Apr 7, 2020
Editor’s Note Mainstreet Daily News, in a collaboration with Noel Leroux, founder of Gainesville Downtown, is spotlighting downtown businesses to learn how each one is coping with […]
News

Who can you rely on during COVID-19?

Apr 6, 2020
Local Broadcasters and I applaud the essential workers that are on the front line of the COVID-19 crisis threatening not only their health, but also the […]