“It’s nice when Gulfport does something fun that’s just for people to enjoy the holidays,” said Mayor Sam Henderson.Read More »
After creating a stink in Gulfport, Pinellas County monitoring reported red tide at a “medium” level on Monday, but by Tuesday, levels were back to “low.” ...
Gulfport Council approved a heavy load of city upkeep at the September 18 meeting, including an awarded bid for the city’s newest historical park. ...
The red tide trend that has been creeping up Florida’s west coast this summer has been identified in medium to high levels in the waterways off of Pinellas County ...
Since 2016, the city of Gulfport has been grappling with the costs of a new skate park, and the price has been shaved down by almost $100,000. ...
The early morning fire September 3 threatened the entire museum but was limited to mostly the porch and adjacent exterior wall thanks to first responders. ...
If you think you are up to the challenge, then pick up a candidate packet from City Hall today, because the clock is ticking.Read More »
Plus Councilmember Yolanda Roman's gun control resolution proposal and Halloween contest winners announced at the November 21 meeting.Read More »
"He’s a big part of the Gulfport you see here today,” said Gulfport City Manager Jim O'Reilly of Don Sopak, retiring public works director.Read More »
On Monday, November 27, Buck Batcheller of Gulfport's Parks Department trimmed trees in preparation for the tree lighting in Clymer Park.Read More »
Said Gulfport Grind owner Teddy Kehoe, who provided free coffee and snacks to attendees for the event, “This was a great success today.”Read More »
A holiday tradition continued this year with a full Thanksgiving dinner served at Gulfport’s Senior Center on Wednesday, November 15.Read More »
The ribbon cutting for the plaques was a highlight of Gulfport's Veterans Day celebrations November 11, along with the parade and volleyball tournament.Read More »
"A security system paired with sound burglarizing of your home and yard is a great way of preventing break-ins to your cars and home,” said GPD Officer MillsRead More »
The sunrise view in Gulfport west of Williams Pier filled with 13 new Washingtonia palms, part of Phase Two of the Shore Boulevard Beautification ProjectRead More »