The city of St. Petersburg voted recently to recommend a land-use change to expand protection of Boyd Hill, home to endangered gopher tortoises, goldenrod and golden aster.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. ...
Gulfport’s own Taryn Spence, 14, has recently been selected to be on Team USA, going under the name of T-Wrex.Read More »
Dalí Museum Curator Craig Petersburg presented “Picasso/Dalí, Dalí/Picasso: A Story of Influence, Rivalry, Obsession” at the St. Petersburg Public Library Saturday, November 22.Read More »
Visitors flocked to the beach behind the Bilmar Beach Resort in Treasure Island Sunday, November 23, to view the winning sand sculptures.Read More »
Holiday spirit was in the air at the Family Fall Festival at the Enoch Davis Recreation Center, Saturday, November 22.Read More »
Saturday afternoon, November 22, two young men robbed a teenager at the 1600 block of 56th Street South in Gulfport.Read More »
Despite citizen complaints, Gulfport police say they can do little to remove the boats anchored just off Gulfport beach.Read More »
Gulfport City Council voted unanimously at the Tuesday, November 18, meeting to buy four new police cars.Read More »
Eckerd College Theatre Discipline presented “Waiting for Godot,” the theatrical play of the season for one last time November 16.Read More »
Joe and Maddy Guenther hit their fundraising goal for the organization named for former Gulfport Mayor Michael Yakes, which helps Gulfport’s needy kids and seniors.Read More »