A former star at Lakewood High School played a key role Jan. 29 in helping the Kansas City Chiefs win the AFC Championship.
Six candidates are vying for two open seats on the South Pasadena City Commission in the upcoming March election. All but one of responded to The Gabber’s questions.
Here’s what homes, condos, and short-term rentals sold on the South Pinellas beaches last week.
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On Feb. 2, five candidates for two seats on Gulfport City Council talked about their take on Gulfport, city council, and other issues. Here’s what they had to say.
After last year’s success, PSTA hosts their second annual Juneteenth bus wrap design contest. Artists have until Feb. 28 to submit a design that encapsulates the holiday.
A 70-year-old Gulfport man thought he had hit the Publisher’s Clearing House jackpot, but was swindled out of $500.
Officials say there have been 17 pedestrian-related traffic crashes in Pinellas County between Jan. 1 and Jan. 19, with three fatalities.
This week’s letters to the editor talk about what candidates for office can legally discuss at a debate and the proposed changes to Gulfport’s RV ordinance.
Local science teachers Rick Cochrane and Henry Sadler love sharing their passion for fossil hunting with their students at Admiral Farragut Academy. While excavating gravel for the school’s new paleontology club to explore, they made a mammoth – or rather a mastodon! – find. Read more here.
The Gulfport Police Department temporarily benches its police boat as it navigates staffing shortages, a nation-wide issue for law enforcement agencies.
Join the city of Gulfport as they raise of the Pan-African flag for Black History Month on Feb. 1.