An estimated 4,237 lbs of electronics, 1,500 lbs of chemicals including fuel, 1,100 lbs of paint were collectedRead More »
Gulfport residents will soon receive some unwelcome news in the mail: utility rates are going up. ...
Boca Ciega High School students launched their new book, “The Lincoln Cemetery Chronicles,” on June 15, with a presentation at the school ...
Gulfport Public Library is offering more than books, videos, audiotapes and computers to kids this summer. Think free food. ...
Manatees on the Bay in celebrated its one-year anniversary on Saturday with a fundraiser for Gulfport Neighbors and Gulfport Senior Center Foundation ...
Gulfport’s ongoing efforts to deal with stormwater runoff received a major boost last week with the completion of the 49th Street Outfall Project ...
A ceremony at Veteran's Park in Gulfport on Flag Day, June 14, honored the Stars and Stripes and all it stands for. ...
Gulfport Blvd shops offering services at an open house November 4 and 5, to help the community get to know them.Read More »
Finish out election week at the 46th annual fall festival sponsored by the Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic ChurchRead More »
tudents from Boca Ciega High School march in downtown Gulfport during the school’s homecoming parade on November 2Read More »
City officials repaired the break, but sent out a "precautionary boil water notice" to affected residentsRead More »
Plus Local Crime Watch: November 3Read More »
City and state officials work on the city’s chronic derelict boat issue, which in recent months seems to have gotten worseRead More »
The proposed Dunkin' Donuts site moves forward, Gulfport will host a boat race in 2017, and council overheardsRead More »
A roundup of notable news from recent St. Pete Beach Commission meetingsRead More »
Three environmental groups sent a notice of intent to file a lawsuit against the city of Gulfport last Friday over its sewage dischargesRead More »