Residents, including those in Gulfport, are welcomed to come speak at the May 16 St. Petersburg City Council meeting on the housing planRead More »
Grace Connection Church, on the border between Gulfport and St. Petersburg, turned down St. Petersburg’s $1.8 million offer for the five-acre property ...
A staple at Gulfport City Hall from 1991 to 2001, former Gulfport Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Olsen, 74, passed away on Tuesday, April 30. ...
The city of Gulfport wants to work with Hartsook Companies for a new, state-of-the-art senior center; a $45,000 city-funded study will have to come first. ...
Growth is the reason the LGBTQ Resource Center of the Gulfport Library now has its own non-profit tax status, said Susan Gore, board chairperson. ...
Gulfport’s Junk in the Trunk event on Saturday, May 11, featured free large item disposal amongst many other services for the community ...
About 30 new Neighborhood Watch signs have been installed in Gulfport with 20 more to go, said Director of Public Works Tom Nicholls on May 13 ...
Gulfport’s 25th annual Springfest Garden Art & Faerie Festival transformed Cylmer Park into a “enchanted village” April 27 and 28Read More »
The spring and summer swimming lessons are being offered for the first time to Gulfport youth ages 3 to 12 at the Stetson University College of Law poolRead More »
In order to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, certain documents, including meeting agendas and video, have been temporarily removedRead More »
Pending repairs by a marine contractor, the eastern half of the Casino's floating dock that sustained the most damage will remain closedRead More »
Plus, Gulfport Citizens Police Academy graduates, an update on Breakwater Linear Park progress and new marina boatlifts approvedRead More »
“The sun shades are pretty much what drew us to the playground,” she Christine Atesian of the new blue sun shades at Gulfport Beach playground.Read More »
Why has a new sidewalk been built so it needs a sign that reads, “Sidewalk Narrows”?Read More »
The Gulfport Public Library is one of 15 finalists for a prestigious national honor that is also accompanied by $10,000 in grantsRead More »
Soon, if Gulfport Councilmember Christine Brown’s vision is realized, her dad's "How to Build Community" poster will be on display at City HallRead More »