In the wake of the public furor, a local man has dismantled his backyard shooting range. However, similar structures remain legal in Florida.Read More »
Sometimes it takes a village. Gulfport Neighbors has been working by this ideology for years. ...
Plus a closer look at special events funding ...
Construction will begin before the end of August and is scheduled to last through the end of March 2018, with nightly and weekend closures ...
Mayor Rick Kriseman greeted students and their families at Azalea Middle the first day of the new school year in Pinellas County. ...
Gulfport residents have fallen prey to lottery scams that have cost them more than $10,000, according to the Gulfport Police Department. ...
Boyd Hill Nature Park's Raptor Fest was a huge success – with one small hiccup: Clyde the kestrel went out on an adventure.Read More »
Thomas Tomlinson and Michael Chapman became the first same-sex couple to legally marry at the Gulfport Casino – the city and local businesses hope it's the first of many such weddings.Read More »
Gulfport City Council voted in favor of pursuing grant money for the Gulfport 49th Street Outfall Treatment ProjectRead More »
Face-paint, colored markers, stickers, music and food – what more could a kid want?Read More »
Over 170 award-winning artists showed their work Sunday afternoon at the invitation-only Art Festival Beth-El, now in its 42nd year.Read More »
After 20 years at the helm, Leo Perry is retiring as director of the Senior Citizens’ Harmonica Club. Now, he says, he has time to play.Read More »
The past few years, Pinellas County’s homeless count has found about 6,000-plus. The results of the January 29 count should be available at the end of April.Read More »
A St. Petersburg resident is circulating a petition to ban backyard shooting ranges after a neighbor built a range 50 feet from where his children play.Read More »
From Lladro and Hummel, to Dresden and even Disneyana, Kathy Beckus and Melissa Hickok have repaired and restored it all.Read More »