Does the city of Gulfport actually pay for rodent control?Read More »
"Our area is clean. It’s been running good for the last few days," said Don Sopak, Gulfport's director of public works. ...
This week's issue of the Gabber brought to you by Irma – and a lot of human kindness... ...
A rundown on the the most recent information on Irma cleanup in the city ...
Despite widespread power outages and downed trees, in Gulfport and the surrounding communities many residents are feeling lucky. ...
As residents scrambled this week to prepare for Hurricane Irma, local municipalities have been working to provide resources. ...
After analysis of the cost of special events, city staff have created a standard plan for how to handle these events going forward ...
After Southwest Florida Water Management District completed its work redesigning water flow, Gulfport city council agreed to hire an outside firm to research the history and science of Clam Bayou.Read More »
St. Petersburg police recovered the Mazda 6 used in the stolen car/officer-involved shooting at the Quick Stop at 1440 49th Street.Read More »
Why are residents charged a base fee for water usage?Read More »
St. Petersburg's new mayor, Rick Kriseman, was sworn into office Thursday, January 2, 2014, on the steps of City Hall. Read a transcript of his remarks at the ceremony.Read More »
Read an open letter from former St. Pete Beach Commissioner Marvin Shavlan.Read More »
When our other plans got scrapped at the last minute, we all thought, "Hey, let’s check out Weedon Island."Read More »
Cedar Key has reinvented itself more than once. Today, Cedar Key exists as part clam village, part tourist center.Read More »
Boaters at the Gulfport Municipal Marina last weekend saw a different sort of vessel land at the boat ramp: a Cessna 152 plane.Read More »
"It's about finding the right artist," gallery manager Mike McCue remarked as art lovers crowded the shop and gallery for Valerie Brandli art opening.Read More »