Letters and commentary to the Gabber Newspaper for the week of August 5.
At the August 3 meeting, Gulfport Council raised water and sewage rates, dropped the utility fee for some and approved multiple events while expressing concern over the COVID surge.
In honor of the 20th Gecko Season, the Gabber is hosting a photo quest. Send us your Gecko-themed photos and we’ll publish them online in a super Gecko Gallery!
Stetson Law student Edson Abadia Jr. sets the night on fire, performing at events like Gulfport’s First Friday Art Walks.
In part six of the Gabber’s series on the history of desegregation in Pinellas County Schools, Governor Kirk fights busing and Bogie gets vandalized.
Gulfport Police Department recovered the body of livaboard Kyle Kramer, an employee of Caddy’s Gulfport, on August 2 near Mariner’s Cove Marina.
The reptilian fun seems endless, but the Gabber has your to-do list for a complete Gecko Season itinerary this 2021.
The invasive, voracious lionfish is eating its way through Florida’s reefs. But the good news? They’re delicious. Check out lionfish recipes and more here.
A recent webinar featuring community leaders and health care professionals addressed escalating mental health care needs in the Black community.
News from St. Pete Beach, including new ways to access public records, sewer pipe completions underway, the city asks residents to get a COVID vaccine and more.
Check out live music on the beach in Gulfport, St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island and Madeira the weekend of August 6 through the 8.
The Gulfport Senior Center Foundation is turning unused cars into a good cause – with one generous Gulfportian already taking advantage of the program.