“Sooner or later, the pendulum will swing…the other way and we’ll get very active again,” said Bay News 9 Meteorologist Mike Clay.
Combined donations have brought in nearly $10,000 for the employees, families, and other businesses affected by the fire.
With refresher courses coming, the time has never been better to join Gulfport’s Community Emergency Response Team.
Plus a sampling of police calls and criminal activity in the Gabber’s distribution area
Plus a sampling of recent police calls and criminal activity.
Gulfport has applied for a grant to install a skate park at the Rec Center; residents at neighboring Town Shores aren’t happy
Council’s continued talks on how they should conduct their own business is not without controversy.
A man steals meds from South Pasadena Publix…. plus Local Crime Watch for May 5
Police investigate the shooting near Central on Wednesday morning in torrential rain.
Four businesses were damaged by a recent fire; residents and local organizations are picking up the slack to help.
USF Professor Hooker’s public affairs reporting class turned Gulfport’s city hall it’s own “learning lab.”