Plus, newly elected councilmembers sworn in at regular council meeting Tuesday, March 20Read 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 ...
The primary goal of Gulfport’s Community Emergency Response Team for 2018 is preparedness, said James W. Wright, police department volunteer coordinator.Read More »
It started with a Gulfport resident’s recent Facebook post seeking used golf clubs to use as ground poking tools for prehistoric Ice Age fossil hunting.Read More »
On March 17 CarFit teamed up with Gannon University to help drivers at the Gulfport Senior Center with the fit, comfort and safety of their vehicles.Read More »
Gulfport’s St. Patrick’s Day waterfront street party on March 17 had Shore Boulevard blocked off to provide space for over 1,000 attendeesRead More »
A sampling of police reports from March 1 through March 11 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.Read More »
On Tuesday, March 13, voters in two local municipal elections made the following choicesRead More »
“It’s a great thing that we’re doing in the community,” said Karen Vanderbeek, of Gulfport Neighbors. “It’s an unconditional way to try to help people."Read More »
For Pia Goff, chef and owner of Pia’s Trattoria in Gulfport, Being selected as one of the top restaurants in Tampa Bay is just a bonus.Read More »
Over 200 people enjoyed marches thanks to a free concert by the volunteer musicians of the South Pasadena Community Band on March 7.Read More »