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A new art exhibit celebrating Afro-American and Latinx artists in the Ocala community will be held November 5-27 at Brick City Center for the Arts.
The Marion County Sheriff's Office is still looking for 15-year-old Stephen Lane, who has been missing since April.
The Ocala Code Enforcement department will host a Downtown Fall Festival this Friday, October 29, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Citizens' Circle.
Doe Lake at Ocala National Forest has been stocked with thousands of new catfish, according to a recent social media post from the U.S. Forest Service of Florida.
An 27-year-old Ocala man was arrested after leading a deputy on a high speed chase in southwest Ocala. He faces six felony charges, including drug trafficking.
Congratulations to Lesia Moseley, who was recently recognized by Walmart for her 30 years of employment. Moseley currently works at the Walmart located at 4980 East Silver Springs Boulevard.
The Ocala Police Department is encouraging the public to use its E-Commerce Exchange Zone for online transactions from Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, and other sites.
Ocala Park Rangers will host an Animal Tracking and Identification class at Scott Springs Park this morning. Find out the details and get over to the park to participate:
An 18-year-old Ocala woman was arrested after sending threatening text messages to an Ocala Police Department officer.
The 54th Annual Ocala Arts Festival will cause road closures and detours throughout downtown Ocala this weekend.
A 33-year-old woman was killed in a single vehicle accident in southeast Ocala this morning. Her vehicle drove off the road through a wire fence, struck a tree, and burst into flames.
Elevation 89 features a wide variety of dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including wings, sandwiches, and gourmet dishes like Osso Bucco and braised short ribs.
Faith Broersma, a Marion County student that switched over to homeschooling, joins five other Ocala high school seniors who were recently honored by the National Merit Scholarship program. Leave your congratulations for Faith and these other outstanding students!
Bark In The Park brings kid and dog costume contests, candy, food trucks, and music to Ocala Downtown Market on October 31.
The Ocala Drive-In will host a free movie night beginning at 5 p.m. today in honor of Red Ribbon Week. The movies include Space Jam, Nightmare Before Christmas, Hocus Pocus, and Jungle Cruise.
Longtime Ocala architect Hal Thomas Reid has placed his custom built home on the market. Built in 1974, the 1,820 square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and it includes an open-floor plan, a wood-burning living room fireplace, movable kitchen island, and a spacious courtyard.
Two teens were injured with non-life-threatening injuries after shots were fired at a northeast Ocala apartment complex on Wednesday night.
Family and friends are mourning the loss of James Arland Taylor, who was tragically shot and killed on Wednesday morning after he was confronted by Clifton Bliss over his cat crossing onto Bliss' property. Bliss and his wife, who returned to the scene after receiving a call from her husband, claim he shot Taylor in self-defense.
Man arrested for alleged burglary after police tow car parked near Ocala business, search phone for evidence
A 41-year-old Pompano Beach man was arrested after allegedly stealing a truck and breaking into an Ocala business.
Belleview High School celebrated the grand opening of its student-managed credit union branch this week, which enables students to gain first-hand experience with financial services.
A one-year-old Ocala boy has been reported missing in Marion County. He was last seen on Tuesday, October 19, and may be headed to Peoria, Illinois in a white passenger vehicle.
An Apple Truck brings its Michigan-grown apples to Ocala on October 30.
Ocala-Marion County Veterans Memorial Park is holding its quarterly memorial service this Saturday, October 23. The memorial honors veterans who recently passed away in the community.
Marion County Sheriff's deputies have arrested 58-year-old Clifton Bliss in the fatal shooting of his neighbor, James Taylor, Jr. Taylor had been trying to defend his cat, who was on Bliss' property.