“I bought so many plants I broke my wagon,” said Mark Sibley, who attended the 32nd annual Green Thumb Festival in St. Petersburg.Read More »
The Gulfport area’s two business organizations will be known as the Gulfport Merchants Chamber. ...
Plus, the city is backing a "Strawless Summer Challenge" for Gulfport businesses beginning July 1 ...
The Gulfport Memory Quilt came about through a true team effort; it will be awarded by raffle ticket in October as a fundraiser for the Senior Center. ...
Six American flags that were given a proper retirement by burning during Gulfport's annual Flag Day event on Thursday, June 14 ...
Chicken Drop Bingo was a new money-raising event for the non-profit Gulfport Neighbors on Saturday, June 16 ...
Pach’s contributions to the community included serving on the board of the Gulfport Merchant’s Association (GMA) and being president of the Industrial Arts Center ...
A total of 25 sailboat-only moorings comprise the field located just beyond Gulfport’s municipal beach and boardwalk areas.Read More »
A sampling of police reports from April 12 through April 20 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.Read More »
Gulfport is looking forward to completing the project that has been about six years in the makingRead More »
"It’s the end of an era,” said Stacey Purcell of Gulfport Realty, who facilitated the sale April 19.Read More »
Gulfport Council approved funding for the first police officer to be assigned to the local elementary school.Read More »
According to police, Bryson Welton-Williams, 18, was driving west on 54th Avenue South when he lost control and hit a tree located in the grassy median.Read More »
The work has been a hassle for residents and visitors, but is a major upgrade for the area.Read More »
The pavilions on Gulfport’s beach were repainted last week “to give them a fresher look,” said City Manager Jim O’Reilly.Read More »
Plus, St. Petersburg police are investigating two local shootings that they say are relatedRead More »