An estimated 1200 runners are gearing up for the 2018 St. Pete Beach Classic scheduled for January 12, 13 and 14.Read More »
Four locally experienced candidates are vying for two commission seats in the March 13 municipal election in of South Pasadena. ...
Gulfport Lions Club is pouring extra batter to kick off their fundraising efforts for 2018 by adding additional pancake breakfasts for January and February. ...
People who frequent Upham Beach may have recently noticed a large pile of fenced-in rocks with no apparent construction work. ...
“We’ve received a lot of compliments about the project and we hope the community is pleased with it,” he said. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will follow. ...
Joseph Blaze Forgetta, 57, was arrested on December 30 and charged with child molestation and battery along with producing pornography. ...
Around 350 people chose the historic Gulfport Casino to welcome in the new year Sunday night, December 31, in downtown Gulfport. ...
“Our signs say ‘Ice Cold Water,’ but no one is going to want it in 40-degree weather!” joked Makaela Knettel, of Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.Read More »
A sampling of police reports from December 15 through December 20 in Gulfport.Read More »
“We are currently not sold out but we are getting close,” said Linda Craig, event chairperson on Wednesday morning, December 27.Read More »
The inaugural Gulfport Public Library event will be held the weekend of February 16 to 18.Read More »
After treatment for an “exceptional bloom,” the Tomlinson Park retention pond shows normal vegetation, said the Gulfport City Manager.Read More »
A sampling of police reports from December 7 through December 14 in Gulfport and St. Pete Beach.Read More »
Gulfport Council took the next step to allow for specific terms and locations for Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers in the city.Read More »
Christmas caroling in Gulfport on the trolley is just in its second year yet it is a tradition that now involves five generations of women in the organizer’s family.Read More »
From found and donated items, a group of local “elves” saw a purpose: repairing walkers, wheel chairs and other equipment to give to those in need.Read More »