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The director of research at the University of Florida’s Plant Science Research and Education Unit in Citra was issued a trespass warning Tuesday for that property and all UF facilities in the state.
On Thursday, after a few minutes of debate, the School Board agreed that forbidding a male student to wear a dress would be unlawful.
Two Brevard County investigators have already left after being dispatched to Marion County two weeks ago to review allegations of misconduct by former deputies.
The fact that people in their neighborhood had been looking out for the couple, both of whom were struggling with health issues, was critical to alerting authorities.
When Frank DeLuca opened his Toyota dealership in Ocala almost four decades ago it was with a two-car showroom and decorated with brown and orange shag carpet.
Entertainment ideas to brightened the weekend.
Community and calendar briefs for May 6, 2016, in Marion County, Florida.
Thanks to a new moon and a clear sky, the Eta Aquarids meteor shower will be visible tonight and early Friday morning.
A pawn shop was burglarized Thursday morning and several guns were reported stolen.
The Ocala City Council is poised to do for a section of east Ocala what it is doing for downtown, west Ocala and North Magnolia Avenue.
Vern Goin was well-known in the car stereo community. He ran Auto Sound Addiction for years in Belleview and Ocala, and was a regular at car shows.
The Unified Drug Enforcement Strike Team on Tuesday confiscated 72 pounds of marijuana, with an approximate street value of $225,000, and arrested an Ocala man following a traffic stop.
These eight questions will test your knowledge of Florida and Florida history.
Barr Hammock Preserve west of Micanopy boasts scenic views of prairie and forest ecosystems bursting with wildlife from birds to gators.
Intimidating panels that included a judge, among others, didn’t shake the fifth-graders as they fielded questions on the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens.