Audiences at Gulfport’s Hickman Theater will experience a new, state-of-the-art, LED lighting system that allows for infinite creativityRead More »
Plus new events calendar approved and Spirit of Gulfport Award goes to the late Sally Douglas ...
The discussion accompanied a controversial proposal in a standing-room-only council meeting ...
The signs come along with a new enforcement concept designed to deter frequent offenders with potential fines ...
The Community Redevelopment Agency meeting July 16 also looked into shortening events in Gulfport, as well as approval for outdoor seating at Gulfperk ...
A paved bicycle path that is under construction along the northern portion of Clam Bayou will soon be paired with new street sharrows in Gulfport ...
Riders with pre-purchased game tickets took the City of Gulfport up on their offer to ride for free and in style to the Monday, July 1 night Rays gameRead More »
A 3-1 vote on June 24 approved a resolution authorizing the finalization of a settlement the Waterkeepers lawsuit from 2017Read More »
Gulfport City Manager Jim O’Reilly was recognized during the regular city council meeting on Tuesday, June 18Read More »
Gulfport Council approved a public meeting on June 24 at 5 p.m. to consider a resolution relating to the lawsuit with Suncoast WaterkeeperRead More »
On national Flag Day, Friday, June 14, Gulfport held their respective ceremony at 10 a.m. in Veteran's ParkRead More »
Dozens gathered at the Gulfport Library on June 12 at 6:30 p.m. to pay tribute to victims of the LGBTQ Pulse Nightclub shooting massacre in 2016Read More »
A collaborative idea with a few weeks notice evolved into a history-making event for hundreds who made it a point of pride to participateRead More »
The Gay Pride rainbow flag was raised outside the municipal library on May 30 and will fly throughout the month of June, Gay Pride month.Read More »
Council will consider the adoption of the 2020 fiscal year’s operating budget at their regular meeting on Tuesday, September 17.Read More »