Gulfport's own Jennifer Webb says her strongest base of support comes from those who appreciate long-term bipartisan policy solutions.Read More »
Also, key business permits approved for McDonald's and a second Art of Massage location; the city's new mobile app gets ready to go live ...
Gulfport Police believe the driver may have been suffering from a medical issue and that alcohol was not a factor in the crash. ...
Caroline Morton-Hicks was shot and killed in a parking lot on February 12 ...
Over 100 people in a sellout crowd danced for a Gulfport Historical Society fundraiser at the city’s Casino ballroom on Friday, April 13. ...
Tauna Anderson of Boca Ciega High School won the 2018 Young Writer Award for her short story at the SunLit Literary Festival event ...
Akihiro Kasuya, headmaster of the Ichiyo School of Ikebana in Tokyo, was in Gulfport to teach the the Japanese art of flower arranging ...
Kids filled baskets and bags with 10,000 plastic eggs at the Fun in the Sun event on March 31 at the Gulfport Recreation Center.Read More »
Kids and Kubs teams played their last official game of the season on Saturday, March 31 at North Shore Park.Read More »
Plus, St. Petersburg Police issue a warning and continue to hunt for a man they say tried to impersonate a SPPD officer.Read More »
More than 1500 joined the Pinellas County March for Our Lives Saturday, March 24 in St. Petersburg in protest of gun violence.Read More »
The $90,000 grant monies originally earmarked for Gulfport’s Lincoln Cemetery will come down to a future vote, say officialsRead More »
The annual block party on Sunset Drive South in South Pasadena was a crowd favorite on Saturday, March 24.Read More »
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission issued their annual spring season warning about alligators on Monday, March 26Read More »
The 32nd annual Artspring show was held at the South Pasadena City Hall from Friday, March 23 through Sunday, March 25.Read More »
Plus police seek help to identify armed robberRead More »