Plus municipal election date approved and date changes for upcoming council meetingsRead More »
"Two percent of Americans put their lives on the line for the other 98 percent,” said emcee and Vice Mayor Christine Brown. “That’s a big deal." ...
On Sunday, November 11, four members of Gulfport City Council cut the ribbon to officially open the city’s new mooring field ...
Gulfport’s Officer Michael Sigsbee is serving as Gulfport Elementary School’s first school resource officer as the result of a new state statute. ...
November 6, after water testing, a super-concentrated red tide bloom was confirmed in the bay near Gulfport ...
Hardy vendors and shoppers came out in the first "chilly weather of the season for Gulfport’s citywide yard sale on Saturday, November 3 ...
New shingles were delivered to the curved main roof of Gulfport's Historic Casino, which is just over 5,500 square feet in size. ...
Multiple local outlets are collecting donations for hurricane relief for the Florida Panhandle, and time is of the essence.Read More »
“This event is about Gulfport and St. Petersburg taking dual responsibility for taking care of this corridor," said Gulfport Mayor Sam Henderson.Read More »
The city of Gulfport is sponsoring their annual Halloween Decorations Contest this year, open to all residents and businesses.Read More »
On Tuesday, October 9, Gulfport began to experience some street flooding due to a trifecta of a new moon, exceptionally high tide and winds from Hurricane MichaelRead More »
Plus, Gulfport's Strawless Summer Challenge a success, free WiFi on the beach and water, sewer agreement with St. Petersburg approvedRead More »
Increasing public access is the goal for a peninsula of city-owned land that borders the Municipal Marina and Boca Ciega Bay in Gulfport.Read More »
Gulfport’s Coffee with a Cop is teaming up with councilmembers for regular meetings thanks to a new effort started with Vice Mayor Brown.Read More »
A recent fire has ignited community interest in raising funds to digitize and safeguard portions of the collection at the Gulfport History Museum.Read More »
After creating a stink in Gulfport, Pinellas County monitoring reported red tide at a “medium” level on Monday, but by Tuesday, levels were back to “low.”Read More »