On Saturday, December 12, Gulfport Police Department’s Marine Officer John Ross, along with Santa and Mrs. Claus, led the BCYC’s 35th Christmas Boat Parade.
At the Tuesday, December 15 Gulfport City Council meeting, the sole item on the agenda dealt with the 2021 municipal elections and name placement on the March 9 ballot.
UPDATED: Gulfport’s election season is here. On Monday, December 14, the City of Gulfport announced the six qualified candidates who will be running for Ward 2 and 4.
A new seafood restaurant honors daughter who passed away from childhood cancer; Stella’s gets more groove on, and chocolate addicts rejoice.
The holidays are hard on many, and 2020 has been no picnic. Learn more about mental health resources here.
On Monday, December 7, St. Petersburg launched “Race to Safe,” a campaign to keep St. Petersburg the safest city in Florida during the pandemic.
Gulfport’s finest first responders – the Gulfport Police Department and Gulfport Fire Rescue – took great care with a very special visitor Monday, December 7.
On Wednesday, December 2, TowBoatU.S. was able to get one of the two boats on Gulfport Beach back into the water.
“Fines and penalties are not suspended for businesses, so if we have to go down that path, we can,” Sheriff Gualtieri said in a press conference Thursday.
On Wednesday, December 2 St. Petersburg Police fatally shot of Dominique Harris, 20, as he evaded arrest and shot at police officers.
Boca Ciega Yacht Club lease goes month-to-month; updates on bike trail and pier opening; and help for mental health.
Treasure Island’s sprawling beach allowed the 12th Annual Sanding Ovations festival to go on as planned November 19 through 22.