Gulfport diners were out in full force April 27 for Dining Out for Life, a nationwide fundraiser for local HIV/AIDS organizationsRead More »
Jordan called on the community to "come together and support the efforts Gray and the non-profit society she established” ...
Gulfport City Council has faced questions in recent weeks about its handling of public comments during council meetings ...
“Each year hundreds of people lose their lives in boating incidences” says Rachel Johnson, executive director of the National Safe Boating Council ...
“This is our second year of celebrating Pride Month in June with a full slate of events,” says Daniel Hodge, Chair of the LGBTQ Resource Center ...
“When people find them you can say, ‘Hey! They found my rock!’” says Kendel Anderson of the new rock craze. “It’s really exciting.” ...
A few things recently seen and heard around Gulfport in May, and upcoming in June ...
Organizer Norman Fisher emphasizes that the program is all about getting exercise and learning the sport of soccer.Read More »
Local historian Frank T. Hurley, Jr. served in WW II and was a reporter for the Evening Independent and St. Petersburg TimesRead More »
She is determined to change the troubling statistic that Floridians and tourists produce 32 million tons of waste per year.Read More »
A sampling of police reports from April 13 through April 23 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.Read More »
Gulfport Grand Prix organizers and local officials expect attendance to reach nearly 25,000 over three daysRead More »
“I’m proud to say that the SMD is now a force in the city of St. Petersburg,” says district Executive Director Keri Melshenker.Read More »
Gulfport Elementary School is one of seven schools benefitting from educational gardens built by the Edible Peace Patch ProjectRead More »
A few things recently seen and heard around Gulfport…Read More »
It was all about plant people at the 31st annual Green Thumb Festival held at the Walter Fuller Park Rec Center during Earth Day weekendRead More »