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Published July 26, 2015
It says a lot about the crowded Republican presidential field when a candidate can stand out by showing even a shred of decency and common sense.
Published July 20, 2015
Readers share their views on dog safety, local law enforcement, Shirley Wiltshire, God and more.
Published July 19, 2015
Anthony Lyons is helping make Gainesville's lumbering city government operate more like a nimble tech company, starting with his office.
Published July 15, 2015
Sun readers discuss the email between City Commissioner Todd Chase and GREC officials, the proposed Plum Creek development plan, and other topics.
Published July 12, 2015
Shirley Wiltshire was the kind of reader and writer that makes my job worthwhile.
Published July 5, 2015
In the fall of 1995, I was way more worried about a possible government shutdown than the typical 19-year-old.
Published July 4, 2015
The Sun's reader advisory board members are a microcosm of our broader readership in this respect, at least.
Published June 28, 2015
The caller was frustrated with the same thing that frustrates so many of us.
Published June 21, 2015
Gov. Rick Scott's administration often tries to 'set the record straight' when confronted with inconvenient facts.
Published June 14, 2015
After all the rotten things written about Generation X over the years, I was excited for the day when a member of my generation became U.S. president.
Published June 7, 2015
Gator fans who whine about the football team's recent struggles are just irritating.
Published June 7, 2015
It would be a grave error to dramatically increase our support of early education and end up with more of the same: teaching and testing reading and math, but not helping children to develop the life skills that they need to succeed.
Published May 31, 2015
Walking the Memorial Mile helped me better appreciate the cost of war and how people like me have avoided paying that price.
Published May 24, 2015
Florida voters established free, voluntary prekindergarten for all 4-year-olds in 2002, but our elected officials failed to follow through with the proper funding and standards.
Published May 17, 2015
In just the decade that I've lived in Alachua County, the landscape has changed dramatically.