Filmakers hope to show the film at the Hickman Theater.Read More »
Also the Trolley Market Square project gets windfall from the state, new help on the way for Lincoln Cemetery and more ...
Opening soon, Gulfport’s new mooring field will accommodate up to 25 sailboat-only moorings and each vessel can be up to 60 feet ...
It took 23 dump trucks full of dirt to set the scene for Extreme MudWars charity event in St. Petersburg. ...
When the Weather Channel says it’s “mostly cloudy,” savvy visitors and veteran residents know what to do. ...
“We’re just trying to capture as much recycling as possible,” said Gulfport Public Works Director Tom Nichols. ...
The city of Gulfport put on the red, white and blue for what ended up being a two-day celebration of American independence. ...
A sampling of police reports from June 17 through June 27 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.Read More »
A crowd of nearly 600 people rallied at the Gulfport Casino on Saturday, June 30 to raise awareness about US immigration policiesRead More »
About thirty people attended the event, which was the first open mic night at the Gulfport Public library.Read More »
Happy birthday, America! Look for the Gabber’s coverage of the city’s Fourth of July activities next week.Read More »
A sampling of police reports from June 14 to June 26 in Gulfport, St. Pete Beach and South Pasadena.Read More »
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 »
The St. Pete Pride Festival and the nighttime Pride Parade drew thousands Saturday, June 23, including representatives from Gulfport.Read More »
What started out as a simple themed party evolved into a ball, a coronation and auction fundraiser for a local business group, charities and grants for artists.Read More »
“I’m trying to put all of this together,” says Thomas O’Connor who is researching the history of the historic Peninsula Inn.Read More »