Local artist Dana Muntean adds a flourish of foliage to a mural on the exterior south wall of Red Hot Ticki Spicy Gourmet Market in GulfportRead More »
A 3-1 vote on June 24 approved a resolution authorizing the finalization of a settlement the Waterkeepers lawsuit from 2017 ...
Gulfport’s nonprofit free ride service, GetGo, was discontinued on May 30. Four former volunteer drivers are trying to bring it back ...
St. Pete Beach Commission wrestles with public transit solution, approves sewer repairs and finalizes plans for 4th of July celebration ...
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. ...
Moira Lewis, a rising third grader, picked out two books that appealed to her from the Book Bus at Gulfport Elementary School on June 20 ...
Gulfport made some colorful additions in honor of LGBT Pride month, including the bench that sits outside of the Historic Peninsula Inn ...
The Chihuahua De Mayo event at The Dog Bar on Central Avenue in St. Petersburg was a fundraiser for the South Pasadena non-profit Limbo ChihuahuasRead More »
Announced at a local press conference at on May 7, the Gulfport Public Library has won the prestigious 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Service awardRead More »
A sampling of police reports from April 12 through April 27 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach; plus, Student Arrested with Handgun at Boca Ciega High SchoolRead More »
Residents, including those in Gulfport, are welcomed to come speak at the May 16 St. Petersburg City Council meeting on the housing planRead More »
Gulfport’s 25th annual Springfest Garden Art & Faerie Festival transformed Cylmer Park into a “enchanted village” April 27 and 28Read More »
The spring and summer swimming lessons are being offered for the first time to Gulfport youth ages 3 to 12 at the Stetson University College of Law poolRead More »
The 33rd-annual Green Thumb Festival sponsored by the St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department was held on April 27 and 28Read More »
“This is the first time we did this, and it was amazing,” said India Johnson, recreation leader at the Enoch Davis Recreation Center Sale on April 27.Read More »
Barry Rubin, a GMC board of director and the chairman of commerce, threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the April 26 local gameRead More »