Friday May 10
Florida Baptist Witness
Missionary teacher - travels light' from Africa to High Springs
HIGH SPRINGS - In Kenya for 28 years Jenny Musen learned to be flexible and willing to move about at the Baptist High School in Mombasa and as a volunteer coordinator in Nairobi.
Nearly 100 paddle for autism in Mayo- Over $3,000 raised
Mayo - The Second Annual Suwannee River Paddle for Autism event held in Mayo on Saturday, April 27, raised over $3,000, which will be donated to the University of Florida Center for Autism and Related Disabilities to benefit Lafayette County children with autism.
Art and Wine Fest brings eclectic group
If you are a fan of some of the more unusual arts, a fan of jewelry or just wanted to have a taste of some of the area's best wine, chances are you weren't going to be disappointed.
Big rig issues
Back when the Alachua City Commission was considering approval of the Walmart Distribution Center, eventually built next to the Dollar General center, opponents began referring to the area as Truckistan.
WPTV Local News
Nursing home execs charged with fraud
Two top executives at a nursing-home management company were arrested on charges that they used $2.75 million in Medicaid money for excessive salaries and personal expenses, Attorney General Pam Bondi announced Tuesday.