A new effort is working to help clean the salt water that surrounds Gulfport and raise environmental awareness about the Tampa Bay estuary.Read More »
The discussion accompanied a controversial proposal in a standing-room-only council meeting ...
The signs come along with a new enforcement concept designed to deter frequent offenders with potential fines ...
Kiwanis Club, an international nonprofit that aims to help children, formed a chapter in Gulfport Thursday, August 8 ...
Casper is one lucky young dog thanks to the efforts of a local non-profit rescue group called Limbo Chihuahuas ...
Seawall repairs, sewer planning continues, Budget hearings set and a new Marine Rescue boat is a approved ...
For the first time, the Gulfport Community Garden volunteers have produced a cookbooklet to help raise funds for their groupRead More »
Audiences at Gulfport’s Hickman Theater will experience a new, state-of-the-art, LED lighting system that allows for infinite creativityRead More »
Riders with pre-purchased game tickets took the City of Gulfport up on their offer to ride for free and in style to the Monday, July 1 night Rays gameRead More »
A sampling of police reports from June 13 through June 22 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete BeachRead More »
A 3-1 vote on June 24 approved a resolution authorizing the finalization of a settlement the Waterkeepers lawsuit from 2017Read More »
Gulfport’s nonprofit free ride service, GetGo, was discontinued on May 30. Four former volunteer drivers are trying to bring it backRead More »
St. Pete Beach Commission wrestles with public transit solution, approves sewer repairs and finalizes plans for 4th of July celebrationRead More »
The event began at sunset at the Rec Center with about 50 peddlers festooned in lights and Pride regalia following a route south of 22nd Ave. S.Read More »
Moira Lewis, a rising third grader, picked out two books that appealed to her from the Book Bus at Gulfport Elementary School on June 20Read More »