Monthly wellness walks in Childs Park, part of the Healthy St. Pete initiative, bring neighbors together to talk community and healthy lifestyles.
Boca Ciega Yacht Club members hope for “fair winds” and “favorable seas” at the annual Blessing of the Fleet off Williams Pier in Gulfport March 21.
Once a roadside attraction, the Alligator Wildlife and Discovery Center at John’s Pass is dedicated to the rehabilitation of exotic animals and educating the public.
A $2.1 million renovation of the new St. Pete Beach Library is almost complete, with a nod to the architect’s original vision. The library reopened March 1.
April 1, 2020, a local woman asked her Facebook friends to share their favorite memes; ten months later, it’s almost 2000 strong.
A debate between the five candidates vying for a spot on Gulfport’s City Council hit on myriad topics at the Hickman Theater on February 11.
Participants waved signs and chanted to end gun violence at the second End the Violence demonstration on February 6 on 49th Street South.
Circle of Friends of the Gulfport Library book drive on January 30 collected a huge haul of books to stock the bookshop and help the library.
When Neal Desch’s soul mate, Suki Kaur, passed away in December 2019 he decided to honor her by giving back.
Haley Wyble, of Gulfport’s Teen Council, turned 16 on January 25 with a drive-by extravaganza of first responders.
The Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center Foundation canceled and postponed a lot, but new president Ron Coyne is ready to grow involvement.
Gulfport residents and officials assisted in planting a new buttonwood tree at next to the Gulfport Marina on Friday, January 15.