For 25 years, the Gulfport Police Department's program has brought holiday cheer to needy children.Read More »
Jordan called on the community to "come together and support the efforts Gray and the non-profit society she established” ...
Gulfport City Council has faced questions in recent weeks about its handling of public comments during council meetings ...
“Each year hundreds of people lose their lives in boating incidences” says Rachel Johnson, executive director of the National Safe Boating Council ...
“This is our second year of celebrating Pride Month in June with a full slate of events,” says Daniel Hodge, Chair of the LGBTQ Resource Center ...
“When people find them you can say, ‘Hey! They found my rock!’” says Kendel Anderson of the new rock craze. “It’s really exciting.” ...
A few things recently seen and heard around Gulfport in May, and upcoming in June ...
Enroy Foundation Inc. (EFI), is a Tampa Bay non-profit for the arts, with an emphasis on collaborative, educational and environmental projects.Read More »
Gulfport City Councilmember Yolanda Roman bought food at Winn Dixie to create 100 holiday meal baskets for people in the Senior Center’s food pantry program.Read More »
The candidates running for office have been announced for Gulfport, St. Pete Beach and South Pasadena.Read More »
Hundreds of visitors enjoyed the festive mood at the 8th annual Holiday Hoopla event Saturday, December 10 in downtown GulfportRead More »
The groups filed a 60-day notice of intent against the city of Gulfport in October, with a suit to follow, they say.Read More »
Many hours of practice and careful orchestration by Boca Ciega High students went into their winter concert performed December 9Read More »
"Saving Isabelle" is directed by Chuck Russell, and follows a little girl's experience meeting – and trying to save – a benevolent ghost.Read More »
Through an anonymous review, Mayor Sam Henderson became Gulfport's second Poet Laureate. Read some of his work here.Read More »
Could you describe Gulfport in just six words? Over 100 people took the challenge to describe the town they love.Read More »