Recreational water warnings and closures are common in the Bay area after heavy rain events because of elevated levels of harmful bacteriaRead More »
Gulfport is one step closer to amending their zoning codes to allow Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers after a narrow council vote ...
The 107th year of Gulfport’s incorporation was celebrated October 14 at the Gulfport History Museum with a multitude of events. ...
"We share this corridor but we share a whole lot more than that. It’s great to see us all working together,” said St. Pete Mayor Kriseman ...
Eight members participated in the inaugural statewide photo competition and won 3rd place for their image of the art in Clymer Park ...
Gulfport City Council requested the creation of a formal resolution on the matter that they will vote on at a future meeting ...
FEMA's Operation Blue Roof is a free program benefitting homeowners in 29 Florida counties in the wake of Hurricane Irma. ...
Nearly 40 residents decorated themselves and their bikes for the ride, which consisted of a 30-minute tour of the city before ending at the waterfrontRead More »
A group of proud Gulfportians, led by Gulfport Councilmember Yolanda Roman, represented Gulfport in the St. Pete Pride parade last weekendRead More »
Gulfport residents will soon receive some unwelcome news in the mail: utility rates are going up.Read More »
Gulfport Public Library is offering more than books, videos, audiotapes and computers to kids this summer. Think free food.Read More »
Gulfport’s ongoing efforts to deal with stormwater runoff received a major boost last week with the completion of the 49th Street Outfall ProjectRead More »
A ceremony at Veteran's Park in Gulfport on Flag Day, June 14, honored the Stars and Stripes and all it stands for.Read More »
Birds and the budget were on the agenda at Gulfport's recent city council meeting Tuesday, June 6.Read More »
Connections with locals, technical savvy and a historical passion are what Biron brings to her new job as assistant for the chief of police.Read More »
To report flooding of any kind or issues with manhole covers, call the new non-emergency Gulfport police telephone at 727-582-6177.Read More »