Rainy weather didn’t stop art lovers from pouring into the 45th Annual Art Festival Beth-El, January 27 to 29 at Temple Beth-El in South Pasadena.Read More »
On March 13, registered voters of South Pasadena will have the chance to vote for up to two of four at-large candidates to serve on the city commission. ...
Alex Adams of Compassionate Care Clinics of Pinellas spoke on the use of medicinal marijuana Gulfport Senior Center Monday, February 12. ...
Caroline Morton-Hicks, 59, of St. Petersburg, a trombone player, was shot and killed in an altercation in Pinellas Park on February 12. ...
The Gulfport Merchants Association is excited about a new grant program to help local artists ...
Mangia Gourmet is hosting a showing of Gulfport Senior Center artists through March 5. This watercolor display kicked off on January 10. ...
Traveling photographer Mary Brigham was at Pet Supermarket of South Pasadena to take Valentine’s Day-themed portraits of pets on on Saturday, February 10. ...
On National Puzzle Day, the nearly 40 contestants were keenly focused during the inaugural jigsaw puzzle contest at the Gulfport Senior Center January 29.Read More »
The storm sewer drainage makeover project along Gulfport Boulevard that began in July 2017 is on schedule and projected for completion in MarchRead More »
A sampling of police reports from January 11 through January 21 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.Read More »
Gulfport is readying itself for the election of a city councilmember in Ward 1 on March 13. Read their introductory Q&A.Read More »
“In 2017 we marched! In 2018 we act!” was the rallying cry for the Women’s March in Florida rally in downton St. Petersburg, which drew 5,000 on January 21Read More »
South Pasadena’s new fire chief led the inaugural open house and kept the agenda packed on Saturday, January 20Read More »
City council, staff and kids from the Gulfport Recreation Center’s School Year Child Care Program attended the ceremony for Arbor Day.Read More »
The “Haz-To-Go” truck, part of the county’s Household and Chemical Mobile Collections effort, joined Gulfport’s Junk in the Trunk January 20.Read More »
The bell, which survived Hurricane Katrina, will ring in each day’s sunset at William's Pier thanks to two local residents and city staff.Read More »