A sampling of police reports from October 7 through October 17 in Gulfport; plus a pedestrian killed in in St. Pete crash
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Gulfport has joined the 2,500 branch affiliates helping clear debris in the wake of Hurricane Michael
“It was thousands of people,” said John Riesebeck of Smokin’ J’s Real Texas BBQ. “We really made a huge impact – the people could not believe their eyes.”
The Gulfport Casino Ballroom was a “graveyard smash” for the 5th-annual Monster Mash on Saturday, October 27.
Literary arts organization Wordier Than Thou brought the macabre to town with their Read No More Project – in the Gulfport Murder House.
Gulfport Public Library and the Gulfport Senior Center have pledged letters of support to the up-and-coming coalition, according to Almvig.
Musically guided mediation circles are held at Chase Park every Monday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and welcome to all participants.
Both the city of Gulfport and local business Smoking’ J’s are collecting donations for separate efforts to bring supplies to victims of Hurricane Michael
Historic Kenwood Public Art Committee will be ending its month-long series of events with champagne and pastries at A Grand Mingling.
There may have been snow in the Midwest this week, but here in Florida it still feels like the dog days of summer.
A sampling of police reports from October 2 through October 9 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.
For over a year, detectives have been searching for a culprit in a Gulfport homicide. On October 5, they arrested his friend for murder.