"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."Read More »
Plus, Gulfport Citizens Police Academy graduates, an update on Breakwater Linear Park progress and new marina boatlifts approved ...
“The sun shades are pretty much what drew us to the playground,” she Christine Atesian of the new blue sun shades at Gulfport Beach playground. ...
Why has a new sidewalk been built so it needs a sign that reads, “Sidewalk Narrows”? ...
The Gulfport Public Library is one of 15 finalists for a prestigious national honor that is also accompanied by $10,000 in grants ...
Soon, if Gulfport Councilmember Christine Brown’s vision is realized, her dad's "How to Build Community" poster will be on display at City Hall ...
In a unanimous vote, Gulfport City Council denied partial settlement terms in a lawsuit filed against the city by Suncoast Waterkeeper, Inc. ...
On Sunday, November 11, four members of Gulfport City Council cut the ribbon to officially open the city’s new mooring fieldRead More »
Gulfport’s Officer Michael Sigsbee is serving as Gulfport Elementary School’s first school resource officer as the result of a new state statute.Read More »
November 6, after water testing, a super-concentrated red tide bloom was confirmed in the bay near GulfportRead More »
Hardy vendors and shoppers came out in the first "chilly weather of the season for Gulfport’s citywide yard sale on Saturday, November 3Read More »
New shingles were delivered to the curved main roof of Gulfport's Historic Casino, which is just over 5,500 square feet in size.Read More »
“It was thousands of people,” said John Riesebeck of Smokin’ J’s Real Texas BBQ. “We really made a huge impact – the people could not believe their eyes.”Read More »
Volunteers gathered at Clam Bayou in Gulfport October 27 as part of the 2018 International Coastal Cleanup movement.Read More »
about 200 people attended the 5th-annual Mayors’ 49th Street Cleanup & 4th-annual Chiefs’ Chat and Community Forum on the morning of Saturday, October 13Read More »
Both the city of Gulfport and local business Smoking' J's are collecting donations for separate efforts to bring supplies to victims of Hurricane MichaelRead More »