Gulfport Council approved a heavy load of city upkeep at the September 18 meeting, including an awarded bid for the city’s newest historical park.Read 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. ...
The red tide trend that has been creeping up Florida’s west coast this summer has been identified in medium to high levels in the waterways off of Pinellas CountyRead More »
Since 2016, the city of Gulfport has been grappling with the costs of a new skate park, and the price has been shaved down by almost $100,000.Read More »
The early morning fire September 3 threatened the entire museum but was limited to mostly the porch and adjacent exterior wall thanks to first responders.Read More »
With a fire at the Gulfport History Museum, skate park plans and the budget, Gulfport City Council had a lot to go over Tuesday, September 5.Read More »
Gulfport Library is leading the effort to create what would be an easy-to-search digital format for every issue of the Gabber Newspaper.Read More »
“I screamed with every fiber in my being, and I really scared the tar out of them,” said Cloe Dance. “There were three men in my house, so you can imagine.”Read More »
Also: Dunkin' Donuts site plan approved and Kosovo Ambassador honors Mayor HendersonRead More »
Sewer crews are going to be a familiar sight in Gulfport through the end of November as part of the city’s plan to repair the sewer system.Read More »
Currently Gulfport has four neighborhood watch block captains, volunteers who keep a close eye on their street.Read More »