A sampling of police reports from May 18, 2017 through May 29, 2017 in Gulfport, South Pasadena, St. Pete Beach and St. Petersburg.Read 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. ...
Stetson University College of Law wants to create a one-block “easement” on 61st Street between 13th and 15th Avenues SouthRead More »
Nearly 100 people showed up for a town hall meeting with former Florida governor and current US Congressman Charlie Crist at the CasinoRead More »
News from the city of St. Pete Beach Commission meeting May 23Read More »
What do hurricanes and the zombie apocalypse have in common? A preparedness checklist from the CDC.Read More »
A small group gathered for a Memorial Day ceremony at Gulfport’s Lincoln Cemetery on Monday, May 29.Read More »
Jude Ward, the 2-year-old son of Gulfport natives, is suffering from an advanced form of cirrhosis and needs a liver transplant.Read More »
St. Pete Beach and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum are celebrating the city’s 60th anniversary and the 100th anniversary of the museumRead More »
Accompanied by The Rock Cats, the Chicago-based Acro-Cats wowed audiences over Memorial Day weekend at the Hickman TheaterRead More »