March 10, St. Pete Beach voters will choose either Rick Falkenstein or Joanne Lentino as their next commissioner for District 2.Read More »
Gulfport is one step closer to amending their zoning codes to allow Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers after a narrow council vote ...
The 107th year of Gulfport’s incorporation was celebrated October 14 at the Gulfport History Museum with a multitude of events. ...
And October 14 celebration at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve marked the 100th anniversary of the neighborhood of Lakewood Estates ...
The mission of the Gulfport Library’s Circle of Friends, a non-profit group, is to promote literacy and raise funds for programs. ...
“They definitely turn some heads,” Kenny said of the cars, which both men use as their primary vehicles and drive daily. ...
"We share this corridor but we share a whole lot more than that. It’s great to see us all working together,” said St. Pete Mayor Kriseman ...
n a day where many celebrated with reds and pinks for Valentine’s day, St. Petersburg’s EDGE District took on Mardi Gras with a “Purple Reigns” theme.Read More »
Gulfport Little League parade and opening day is Saturday, March 7 starting at 10 a.m., but players can still register online or at the field.Read More »
It's business as usual – almost – as the Gulfport Library sets up shop at Scout Hall during library renovations.Read More »
Gulfport Merchants Association’s 11th annual Get Rescued animal fair and fundraiser is set for Saturday, February 28, and aims to benefit smaller rescue groups.Read More »
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 »
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 »