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As many of you have noticed, the Gabber delivery is running well behind schedule today. ...
With less than unanimous approval, Gulfport’s mayor and councilmembers approved a 20 percent pay raise for themselves ...
“The key is to keep talking to people," says Alan Johnson, the newly elected mayor of St. Pete Beach ...
De Soto, a 900-pound male manatee, was released back into the wild on Tuesday, May 9, at Eckerd College ...
The St. Pete Beach Beer Festival on May 13, brought together dozens of craft breweries, plus a handful of local homebrewers ...
“This is my first year doing JITT Flip,” said Lauri Zavala, whose "Pets on the Go" suitcase was a hit, “but I would do it again." ...
With the statute of limitations set to expire in October, St. Pete Beach City Commission votes to sue former law firm Bryant Miller OliveRead More »
At the regular meeting on September 20, Gulfport City Council unanimously approved the $11.46 million budget and discussed their priorities.Read More »
The original mural from 1981 features Rosemary Clooney, Phyllis Diller, Milton Berle, Guy Lombardo and othersRead More »
Will a mooring field fix the problem of wrecked boats in Gulfport? The Vice Mayor believes so.Read More »
Synchrony Arts Productions is not just an ordinary theater troupe. And last weekend they performed "Grease" at the Hickman in GulfportRead More »
ampling of police reports from September 1 to September 14 in Gulfport, South Pasadena, St. Pete Beach and St. Petersburg.Read More »
Claire Kemp may not be as well-known as Hemingway, Updike or Oates, but her short story was published alongside these legendsRead More »
Research finds that most smokers won’t walk more than 30 steps to dispose of a cigarette – one group hopes to change that.Read More »
The Thrift Shop of Pass-A-Grille Beach Community Church opened its doors in 1958, serving the community ever since.Read More »