On Wednesday, August 12 Congressman Charlie Crist visited Gulfport to talk about the Heroes Act and small businesses during the pandemic.
July 21 the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office announced a new police task force to “thoroughly and objectively investigate the use of deadly force by participating agencies.”
At the August 4 Gulfport Council meeting, councilmembers spent the bulk of their time discussing future development projects and a review of the proposed budget.
At 4’8”, the spritely and sharp Barbara Rygiel is a champion of the world. On August 14, the South Pasadena resident will turn 106; this is her story.
Island Flavors and Tings is an approved vendor for the Super Bowl, Gulfport Chiropractic has a new acupuncture physician, Hookin’ Ain’t Easy brings fresh seafood.
Gulfport’s new mobile food vendor ordinance doesn’t mean the town’s streets are now fair game for food vendors.
With schools opening in a global pandemic, it’s a stressful time for parents – but how has it affected kids?
At the virtual council meeting August 4 council discussed future improvements, including a possible new public safety complex and marina updates.
Who’s on the local ballot and what they’re running for? We’ve got a summary of priorities for candidates on the August 18 ballot.
Have you noticed signs popping up at stores and restaurants requesting exact change or cashless payments? There’s a coin shortage in the U.S.
Charles Nelson, is suspected of setting the fire and intentionally trapping both himself and his wife, Janet Nelson, 75, in their house.
Musician Hector Rivera was a beloved character in local music circles; he passed away on July 28.