Tens of millions of dollars have been invested in upgrading existing buildings since 2013, with new improvements to come
On a field trip to Egmont Key Saturday, January 19, the Gulfport Historical Society explored the State Park’s role in the history of the Seminole Tribe.
The Gulfport area’s two business organizations will be known as the Gulfport Merchants Chamber.
Once a year, sections of Boyd Hill Nature Preserve are burned to eliminate dead vegetation and help encourage new growth in a carefully controlled fires.
A rundown mall on 34th St. S. has become a new commercial center with an influx of vendors selling everything from jewelry and antiques to tattoos.
The keys to the second house built by Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County in Gulfport this year were handed over to its new owner on December 13
Gulfport area’s two primary business organizations will merge sometime next year in order to increase efficiency, cut costs and provide better services
Students at Gulfport Elementary will be sharing the fruits of their labor December 15 when they harvest the crops they have been growing this school year.
Participants sing the traditional Hanukkah song Maoz Tzur during a ceremony Tuesday, December 12 in Gulfport’s Clymer Park
The ribbon cutting for the plaques was a highlight of Gulfport’s Veterans Day celebrations November 11, along with the parade and volleyball tournament.
The city-wide sale happens twice a year, giving residents a day to set up their yard sale without a permit, and to put their address in the yard sale brochure
Kenwood, which was listed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 2003, was the first neighborhood in St. Petersburg built for year-round working-class residents.