Why has a new sidewalk been built so it needs a sign that reads, “Sidewalk Narrows”?Read 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 ...
The Gulfport Public Library is one of 15 finalists for a prestigious national honor that is also accompanied by $10,000 in grantsRead More »
Soon, if Gulfport Councilmember Christine Brown’s vision is realized, her dad's "How to Build Community" poster will be on display at City HallRead More »
In a unanimous vote, Gulfport City Council denied partial settlement terms in a lawsuit filed against the city by Suncoast Waterkeeper, Inc.Read More »
Over 50,000 people visited downtown Gulfport over the three-day event, according to Cultural Facilities Events Supervisor Justin SheaRead More »
The Gulfport History Museum will be open again in about 30 days after the completion of a renovation process after a fire that occurred on Labor DayRead More »
Gulfport sewer lateral line rebate program that benefits homeowners up to 50 percent for their complete replacement costs has been extendedRead More »
The action “solidifies to me how much the city of Gulfport really missed the game of Little League,” said Gulfport Little League President Trevor MalloryRead More »
Plus the incumbent winners of the recent municipal elections are sworn in for Ward 2, Ward 4 and MayorRead More »
The city of Gulfport is looking into possible solutions to make the southern terminus of 49th Street safer for drivers and residentsRead More »