Gulfport was awash in red, white and blue as residents and visitors made their way to the bevy of events the city had on offer on July 4.Read More »
"Our area is clean. It’s been running good for the last few days," said Don Sopak, Gulfport's director of public works. ...
This week's issue of the Gabber brought to you by Irma – and a lot of human kindness... ...
A rundown on the the most recent information on Irma cleanup in the city ...
Despite widespread power outages and downed trees, in Gulfport and the surrounding communities many residents are feeling lucky. ...
As residents scrambled this week to prepare for Hurricane Irma, local municipalities have been working to provide resources. ...
After analysis of the cost of special events, city staff have created a standard plan for how to handle these events going forward ...
Police are still looking for the shooter of a the man killed late Tuesday evening, July 4, at a residence in southeast GulfportRead More »
The inaugural event was a benefit for the Sonia Plotnick Health Fund, a non-profit that helps area women with healthcare costs.Read More »
Local business owners are invited to display the rainbow decals on a front door or window to show their willingness to help the LGBT communityRead More »
The main goals are socialization, to raise awareness of dementia, and to foster a supportive tool for people with dementia and their caregiversRead More »
The Gabber is running a historical photo every month in 2017 to celebrate St. Pete Beach and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum anniversaries.Read More »
A sampling of police calls and criminal activity from June 15 to 26 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.Read More »
Recreational water warnings and closures are common in the Bay area after heavy rain events because of elevated levels of harmful bacteriaRead More »
Updated: Gulfport Vice Mayor Dan Liedtke will preside over the city’s Independence Day parade, which kicks off at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 4.Read More »