Gabber publisher Cathy Salustri Loper updates readers on the business of the Gabber, what we do and how you can support your local newspaper.
This Saturday, please join us at Gulfport Little League’s opening day. They’ll have free food (hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and soft drinks) for everyone. Yes, everyone.
Here’s more about the process of the Gabber’s Citizen Election Board in recommending who they believe will best serve Gulfport in wards two and four.
Small town politics has more impact than you may realize. Local elections are coming up, and your decision affects us all.
Gulfport City Council works to sort out the building variance issue in getting parts of long-time Gulfportian Pat Dunham’s house rebuilt.
Gulfport Public Library will end late fees beginning October 1, 2021 in a move that mirrors other libraries nationwide.
The agreement allows Pinellas police departments to respond to Gulfport-related calls if needed, and for Gulfport police to respond to Gulfport-related crimes in other cities.
On their first meeting of the year, Gulfport City Council discussed Board of Adjustment variances, policing across city lines and the end of library fees.
Brock Adams’ “Apocalypse Yesterday” is perhaps the most underrated book of 2020, and also offers the perfect allegory for the year.
This week, the Gabber starts what we hope will be an annual tradition – a review of the year behind us.
In addition to the PCSO not enforcing the county mask mandates, at least one deputy was recently seen violating of the order on St. Pete Beach.
We’ve been talking about how much small businesses need us. But that’s not really it. The truth is, we need small businesses.