Gulfport diners were out in full force April 27 for Dining Out for Life, a nationwide fundraiser for local HIV/AIDS organizationsRead More »
A few things recently seen and heard around Gulfport… ...
Gulfport residents will soon receive some unwelcome news in the mail: utility rates are going up. ...
Boca Ciega High School students launched their new book, “The Lincoln Cemetery Chronicles,” on June 15, with a presentation at the school ...
Gulfport Public Library is offering more than books, videos, audiotapes and computers to kids this summer. Think free food. ...
Manatees on the Bay in celebrated its one-year anniversary on Saturday with a fundraiser for Gulfport Neighbors and Gulfport Senior Center Foundation ...
Gulfport’s ongoing efforts to deal with stormwater runoff received a major boost last week with the completion of the 49th Street Outfall Project ...
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 »