Violators may face confiscation of all unlawful fireworks and may be subject to arrest for a first-degree misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail.Read More »
Music and rainbow-splashed celebration filled the area in and around the Historic Gulfport Casino on Sunday, February 10 ...
Gulfport police vehicles that patrol during the night shifts will be the first ones equipped with special quilts made by resident Sandy Hanna ...
Gulfport Police Chief Robert Vincent presented his annual report to city council at their regular meeting on Tuesday, February 5. ...
A dedication ceremony is scheduled to take place on the brick pavers at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 23. ...
February 4 contractors were busy repairing damage on the Gulfport History Museum that was caused by a fire on Labor Day 2018. ...
A capacity crowd gathered at the Catherine A. Hickman Theater January 29 to listen to council and mayoral candidates address audience questions ...
Plus, the city is backing a "Strawless Summer Challenge" for Gulfport businesses beginning July 1Read More »
The Gulfport Memory Quilt came about through a true team effort; it will be awarded by raffle ticket in October as a fundraiser for the Senior Center.Read More »
Six American flags that were given a proper retirement by burning during Gulfport's annual Flag Day event on Thursday, June 14Read More »
The 2018 Pulse Day of Remembrance on the evening of June 12 at the Gulfport Public Library’s dual flagpole area was unique in two ways.Read More »
On June 6, two vessels were found sunken in Boca Ciega Bay and both have been marked with reflective buoys.Read More »
On Saturday, June 2, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson visited Gulfport to solicit support for his 2018 re-election campaign.Read More »
The 2018-2019 budget discussion process began at the Tuesday, June 5 regular meeting of the Gulfport City Council.Read More »
Pride, praise and cheer kicked off Gay Pride Month at the Gulfport Library on Thursday, May 31 with a flag raising ceremony and art exhibit.Read More »
Gulfport Library’s LGBTQ Resource Center and the ArtOut show was the focus for U.S. Representative Charlie Crist’s visit to the city on June 4.Read More »