Lum Atkinson, namesake of Gulfport’s Little League fields, celebrated his 95th birthday with friends, family and kids he coached through the years.
Salty’s iconic hanging fish statue, “Saltina,” has blessed the Gulfport drinking spot or more than eight years. Now, she’s got a rainbow makeover.
Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the June 24 issue of the Gabber.
Letters and Commentary to the Gabber Newspaper for the week of Jun 24.
Gabber publisher Cathy Salustri talks about the paper’s nine-part retrospective about school integration in Gulfport and surrounding communities.
Read the introduction and Part 1 of Bogie, Bradley and Busing: The Story of Pinellas County School Integration, a nine-part series exclusive to the Gabber.
As more people get vaccinated, COVID-19 cases have fallen in Pinellas. However, officials warn that new variants are on the rise and offer resources for the unvaccinated.
The bulk of the recent red tide bloom in Pinellas continues north, but low levels have been detected in Gulfport, and medium levels in Ft. DeSoto.
Take a look at some of the live music in Gulfport, St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island and Madeira Beach for the weekend of June 24.
After an eventful and involved high school career, recent Gibbs High graduate Qwynn Foster is off to off to Vanderbilt University.
The Gulfport Merchants Chamber hosts “Body Beautiful” to recognize all physiques and spread positivity for Art Walk on Friday, July 2 throughout downtown Gulfport.
On Saturday, June 19 Gulfport held the first official celebration of Juneteenth, co-hosted by the city and Gulfport Kiwanis Club.