Tomlinson Park in Gulfport recently received a new outdoor workout area, and now an assortment of new playground equipmentRead 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 ...
Weekly police calls plus a shootout injures deputy, an accidental shooting in South Pasadena, multiple drownings off St. Pete BeachRead More »
Read the full election resultsRead More »
Tammy Mohns can’t wait to move into her new home, the first by Habitat for Humanity in Gulfport.Read More »
Five hundred people gathered in Treasure Island March 8 to create a human art installation in honor of International Women’s DayRead More »
“We are targeting teens with this event because they’re the future of our planet,” said youth services librarian, Cailey Klasson.Read More »
Clam Bayou was the site of a Great American Cleanup event on Saturday, March 12. More than 120 volunteers showed up to help.Read More »
Debbie Wolfe is reporting from each session of the 2017 Gulfport Citizen’s Police Academy. This is part eight of 11: All about traffic stops.Read More »
The Gabber is running a historical photo every month throughout 2017, courtesy of the Gulf Beaches History Museum.Read More »
The event was a benefit for Sacred Lands, the nonprofit that runs the site, once an ancient Native American village with a 900-year-old Tocobago burial moundRead More »