After a multiple-month setback, Gecko Ball lit up the Gulfport Casino Ballroom Saturday, October 23 with party-goers dressed to suit this year’s theme, Gecko Bandstand.
Jason Vuic talks “The Swamp Peddlers: How Lot Sellers, Land Scammers, and Retirees Built Modern Florida and Transformed the American Dream” October 27.
Reading Carol J. Perry’s “Be My Ghost” is a like raiding your own Hallowe’en candy stash: a sweetly spooky indulgence that’s hard to put down – and might keep you up.
The results are in! Beefy Ramses squeezed in a unicorn suit and took the first-place prize at the Gulfport Beach Bazaar Pet Halloween Costume Contest.
October Concert Series winds down with Toby Keith Tribute, Trunk-or-Treat gears up for Halloween fun and the city wants your input on Boca Ciega Drive.
Check out live music on the beach in Gulfport, St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island and Madeira Beach the weekend of October 29 through 31.
Don’t forget your debit or credit card if you’re headed out to a county park or boat ramp. Pinellas recently finished upgrades on the pay stations.
Did you know Gulfport is full of witches? It’s their season to shine when they take over downtown Gulfport with their “Witch Walk” on October 31.
If you’ve ever wanted to direct traffic, give out parking tickets, help disabled motorists and help out in other duties for law enforcement, now is your time to shine.
A blood drive on Madeira Beach, a very special Halloween Final Friday at John’s Pass and bring your babies and kids to story time at the Gulf Beaches Library.
Do you have a passion for preserving the past? Pinellas County announced two new vacancies on the Historic Preservation Board on Friday October 22.
Updates on the progress of the new city hall building, the TI Police Department gets accreditation and the city helps spread domestic violence awareness.