The Boulevard Shoppe & Sweet Tea Celebration's courtyard walls are now covered with the naturalistic designs of Gulfport artist Robert Phelps.Read More »
Gulfport City Council approved the legal wording for the marking of a no-anchoring area and possibility of adding a slow speed zone next to the new mooring field ...
Santa arrived on his 1925 Fire Engine Number 1 Gulfport sleigh on Monday, December 3 to hundreds gathered at Clymer Park. ...
December 2 over 100 people attended a celebration of Terry Foster at Scout Hall. Some shared stories of how they knew and worked with her. ...
Bay Voices men's choir brought holiday cheer to the Gulfport Library Tuesday, December 4 with a performance of seasonal classics ...
Armed with a map, visitors were able to visit all 15 locations in one day, but many savored the studio tour over both Saturday and Sunday, December 1 and 2. ...
Izzy Bowlin, 9, of Gulfport, started a dog-walking business this fall to earn money and to learn what she needed to know in order to get a puppy of her own. ...
A sampling of police calls from November 1 to November 11 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.Read More »
"Two percent of Americans put their lives on the line for the other 98 percent,” said emcee and Vice Mayor Christine Brown. “That’s a big deal."Read More »
On Sunday, November 11, four members of Gulfport City Council cut the ribbon to officially open the city’s new mooring fieldRead More »
Gulfport’s Officer Michael Sigsbee is serving as Gulfport Elementary School’s first school resource officer as the result of a new state statute.Read More »
The Boca Ciega High School cafeteria was full of former and current “Pirates” on November 9 at the Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.Read More »
The Christmas spirit has come early for the Bigbys, a family of four in Gulfport who are collecting supplies for children in foster homes.Read More »
Marianne Wysocki dedicates her mornings to coffee, yoga, and collage. Since April of 2015, Wysocki has created a total of 1,285 unique pieces.Read More »
The sky was filled with dragons, jellyfish and stingrays November 10 and 11 at the Veterans Day Fall Fly on Treasure Island Beach.Read More »
On November 12, ground was broken in St. Petersburg where the first house will be built as part of the Tiny Homes for Homeless Veterans Project.Read More »