Twenty students from Wyomina Park Elementary School recently spent a fun morning with Ocala Fire Rescue firefighters.
The City of Ocala will recover more than $700,000 and incur a loss of just $5,000 after an email phishing scam earlier this year resulted in funds being misdirected to a fraudulent account.
Crews from Marion County Fire Rescue and Ocala Fire Rescue battled a blaze that destroyed a mobile home early Friday morning.
In a letter to the editor, Ocala resident Benny Vaughn shares an opinion on the recent decision by local government to declare Marion County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary.
An inmate at the Marion County Jail who wanted victims’ remains fed to “pigs and alligators” was charged Wednesday with five counts of solicitation of murder.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 75 in Marion County are being warned of potential visibility issues from a prescribed burn.
Crews from Marion County Fire Rescue battled a blaze early Wednesday morning in Belleview.
The Early Learning Coalition of Marion County (ELCMC) is asking residents to help give the gift of literacy this holiday season to children across the county.
A Toy Drive event will be held at the Kids Health Alliance (2650 NW 2nd Street) on Saturday, December 21, from 11a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Ocala City Council approved an ordinance Tuesday that will allow golf carts to operate on certain streets within the city.
An Ocala business that specializes in specialty coffees, macaroons, cupcakes, pastries, iced tea and smoothies is for sale.
Crews from Ocala Fire Rescue responded to reports of a structure fire on Tuesday – the work of a culprit known as Elf on a Shelf.
Crews from Ocala Fire Rescue battled a half-acre brush fire on E Silver Springs Boulevard early Tuesday afternoon.
The Ocala Police Department’s headquarters station is serving as a drop-off location for two major toy drives.
The owners of The Lodge will soon expand operations at their downtown Ocala location.
The World's Greatest Baby Shower, an event to promote and support excepting and new mothers, is coming to Marion County in January.
The top vote-getter in the Nov. 19 City Council election won’t be allowed to fill the District 2 seat replacing longtime Council member Mary Sue Rich.