Around 350 people chose the historic Gulfport Casino to welcome in the new year Sunday night, December 31, in downtown Gulfport.
Gulfport Council took the next step to allow for specific terms and locations for Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers in the city.
Surveillance cameras at Sunoco on Gulfport Blvd S. show a man vandalizing Christmas lights hung on trees and bushes in two separate incidents.
Paul Ray will be Gulfport’s next Ward 3 councilmember after the filing deadline passed and no other candidate had submitted paperwork to run.
A skydive before a Beach Bums Winter Wonderland volleyball event on Gulfport Beach went severely wrong Saturday, December 2.
Gulfport has long been known for its quirkiness and unique character. Tuesday, December 5 council took on the difficult task of trying to define that character.
Along with over 100 vendors, there will be a variety of holiday-themed music, carolers, dances, and roving Dickens-style street performers.
ArtJones, the self-guided, open studio tour of many of Gulfport’s local working artists, had its inaugural event Saturday and Sunday, December 2 and 3.
Plus Councilmember Yolanda Roman’s gun control resolution proposal and Halloween contest winners announced at the November 21 meeting.
Said Gulfport Grind owner Teddy Kehoe, who provided free coffee and snacks to attendees for the event, “This was a great success today.”
The iconic event, now in its 47th year, is a popular seasonal tradition in Gulfport and features carnival rides, games, music, merchant tables and more.
This new sport, invented right here in Gulfport, is played with a hockey stick, dimpled ball and nine numbered wickets