Why are residents charged a base fee for water usage?Read More »
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 ...
A ceremony at Veteran's Park in Gulfport on Flag Day, June 14, honored the Stars and Stripes and all it stands for. ...
Gulfport City Council voted unanimously to delay any decisions about Clam Bayou, pending further reviewRead More »
Lawyers say anyone who attempts to build on St. Pete Beach before the litigation ends could face legal issues themselvesRead More »
Gulfport City Council voted to enter into a contract with consultant Cardno/TBE (Tampa Bay Engineering) for the first step in the sewer repairs and replacement. Cardno/TBE will evaluate the city’s sanitary sewer system. This evaluation will cost just under $1.5 ...Read More »
After pressure, Pinellas County has agreed to resume mobile chemical and electronic collections in GulfportRead More »
St. Pete Beach Commission voted unanimously to endorse the Green Light PinellasRead More »
Susan Churuti remains the attorney of record, but the city will look for a new attorneyRead More »
St. Pete Beach commissioners vote to spend $9,000 to demolish a Pass-a-Grille home rotting by the seasideRead More »
The future looks bright for Gulfport Elementary School, thanks to the new solar panels in the parking lotRead More »
At least for the summer, Rick Falkenstein will represent District Two on St. Pete BeachRead More »