In anticipation for Saturday's Pride parade in St. Pete, a group of Gulfportian's are dressing up the trolley.Read More »
Gulfport City Council has faced questions in recent weeks about its handling of public comments during council meetings ...
With less than unanimous approval, Gulfport’s mayor and councilmembers approved a 20 percent pay raise for themselves ...
Gulfport's large dog park reopened on Friday, April 28 after undergoing routine annual maintenance ...
On May 1 a judge ruled to deny the city of Gulfport's Motion to Dismiss and a related Request for Judicial Notice. ...
Plus, council talks budget, boat race at the regular meeting on May 2. ...
Gulfport Grand Prix organizers and local officials expect attendance to reach nearly 25,000 over three days ...
St. Pete Pride has cancelled their 5K scheduled for Saturday in Gulfport; canceling the race “was not an easy decision.”Read More »
Residents near PYCC will benefit from parking restrictions, water rate hike approved, and council sends love to the city of OrlandoRead More »
St. Pete officials are expecting a weekend crowd numbering from 70,000 to 100,000, including representatives from Gulfport.Read More »
Construction of Gulfport’s new marina facility is humming along, with the overall shell completed and focus now on the interior.Read More »
The first Gulfport Neighborhood Watch Fair Saturday in Clymer Park was a festive way to teach kids and families about safety.Read More »
St. Petersburg is under investigation by the FDEP due to an advocacy letter sent by State Representative Kathleen PetersRead More »
What's in store for the Tangerine Greenway? Gulfport city officials look to residents for answers.Read More »
A small crowd gathered Tuesday, June 14 to honor Flag Day with a ceremony in Veteran's Park in Gulfport.Read More »
The first major storm of the season blew through town leaving localized flooding, sporadic power outages and downed trees.Read More »