Caymus Maxson started Trash Turtles as her fifth grade school project. A year later, she has a nonprofit and national recognition cleaning up the beach.
Make a public comment from the comfort of your computer, get red tide updates and have your fill at Taste of the Beaches.
A crowd danced to Big Brother Band at a block party on Corey Avenue in St. Pete Beach September 25 to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Twisted Tiki Bar & Grille.
Newly crowned Gulfport Gecko Queen Elizabeth Hendricks is a passionate promoter of Gulfport, and the Vice President of the St. Petersburg Women’s Chamber.
Check out live music on the beach in St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island and Madeira Beach the weekend of October 1 through 3.
Joe Nuzzo, a Navy veteran and Gulf Beaches legend, opened Suncoast Surf Shop on Treasure Island when he was just 22; he died on Thursday, September 23.
Corey Avenue Market resumes fall hours, Mayor Al Johnson gives updates on beach construction and a new hotspot opens for skateboard fans.
The millage rate decreased, and the $2.9 billion budget includes funds for infrastructure investments, affordable housing, behavioral health, and Sheriff’s Office enhancements.
Along with the ever-present COVID-19 pandemic, Florida will also contend with the upcoming flu season. It’s more important than ever to get your flu shot.
Treasure Island gears up for Sanding Ovations, get ready for a Caribbean party at Triangle Park and Frontier lays new FiberOptic cables.
Writers have until November 1 to submit recorded readings to be considered for the fifth annual ReadOut: Festival of Lesbian Literature, February of 2022.
Residents and interested businesses are invited to a public meeting for an update on The Deuces Rising project on October 5 from 6-8 p.m.