Gulfport’s Shore Boulevard Recreational Trail Improvement Project received anl award from the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council May 18Read More »
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. ...
“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.” ...
Volunteers gathered at Clam Bayou in Gulfport October 27 as part of the 2018 International Coastal Cleanup movement. ...
about 200 people attended the 5th-annual Mayors’ 49th Street Cleanup & 4th-annual Chiefs’ Chat and Community Forum on the morning of Saturday, October 13 ...
Both the city of Gulfport and local business Smoking' J's are collecting donations for separate efforts to bring supplies to victims of Hurricane Michael ...
The second-annual Gulfport Grand Prix boat race is set to take off in under two weeks. The three-day event will run from June 1 to June 3.Read More »
After a robust exchange between Gulfport Councilmembers on May 15, the citywide plastic straw ban ordinance was tabled in a 3-2 voteRead More »
The family of three is safe, but they lost their home, car, possessions and family dog; the community has already rallied to provide support.Read More »
Safety barriers were erected to protect pedestrians from stepping off into storm drains; the problem is, people have not been observing them.Read More »
Swapping plants for canned goods, a prescription drug turn-in, Coffee with a Cop and more marked another successful Junk in the Trunk.Read More »
A total of 25 sailboat-only moorings comprise the field located just beyond Gulfport’s municipal beach and boardwalk areas.Read More »
Gulfport is looking forward to completing the project that has been about six years in the makingRead More »
Gulfport Council approved funding for the first police officer to be assigned to the local elementary school.Read More »
The pavilions on Gulfport’s beach were repainted last week “to give them a fresher look,” said City Manager Jim O’Reilly.Read More »