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    Residents Join Hands in Sewage Dumping Protest

    On Saturday, Hands Across the Sands brought Gulfport citizens together to protest the dumping of sewage into Clam Bayou. ...


    Scallop Counts Up

    A record number of scallops were counted during the Great Bay Scallop Search. Scallop population can be an indicator of water quality. ...

  • Navarre Wigmore, 8, and his mother, Vickie Wehking, both of Gulfport, ride their bikes across Gulfport Boulevard at 52nd Street S. on their way to Gulfport Montessori Elementary School on the first day of classes. “He was super excited,” Wehking said of her son. “We got his first grade teacher again … He was so happy.” Members of the Gulfport Fire Department, at rear left, were on hand to remind drivers to slow down now that school is back in session

    Back to School!

    Thousands of students across Pinellas County returned to class on Monday, the first day of the 2015-16 school year. ...

  • Clam Bayou Nature Park

    The Sewage Saga Continues 

    Mayor Kriseman speaks out, council calls for cool heads, but residents want action on the recent sewage dumping in Clam Bayou. ...

  • Richard Radovic, facilitator for the group

    LGBT Group Gives Seniors a Voice

    With a new support and resource group at the Senior Center, LGBT seniors now have a place of their own ...

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