Want to participate in Gulfport's Day of Service? Join the growing list of teams, from the Gulfport Police to the Little League.Read More »
Plus a closer look at special events funding ...
Construction will begin before the end of August and is scheduled to last through the end of March 2018, with nightly and weekend closures ...
During construction, August through March 2018, residents can expect lane closures at night and on weekends. ...
Phase 2 of the Shore Boulevard Recreation Trail project east of the Gulfport Casino is on schedule to be completed by about September 30 ...
A grease clog is at fault for a 20,000-gallon sewage leak August 3 – 1,500 gallons of which entered Clam Bayou on the St. Pete side ...
As Gulfport enters 2015, the city's public works department has already started repairing the sewers.Read More »
Gulfport Council up for re-election are unopposed, while South Pasadena cancels its elections.Read More »
Gulfport City Council voted December 2 against city staff’s recommendation that James DeFoe be allowed to make parking improvements to a vacant lot.Read More »
Despite citizen complaints, Gulfport police say they can do little to remove the boats anchored just off Gulfport beach.Read More »
Gulfport City Council voted unanimously at the Tuesday, November 18, meeting to buy four new police cars.Read More »
On the morning of November 9 Gulfport police discovered an apparent murder/suicide at 4737 Coronado Way in Gulfport.Read More »
Although billed as a joint mayoral cleanup, organizers and many of the 125-plus volunteers say the morning was about more than trash.Read More »
Two new historic markers will soon grace Gulfport, courtesy of the Community Development Department.Read More »
Although rainstorms assaulted the quarterly Junk in the Trunk at the Gulfport 49th Street Neighborhood Center, the plants – including the 25 crepe myrtles – loved the showers.Read More »