Folks are back to fishing and promenading on Gulfport’s Williams Pier, which closed in July for its first major overhaul since opening in 1987.
On November 28, Gulfport closed down Beach Boulevard for a Shop Small Saturday unlike any year before.
After a fire destroyed their home two years ago, an outpouring of community support helped put things right for the Thomas family.
Two local residents promise that every letter dropped off at this very special Santa mailbox will be personally answered by the big man himself.
For some residents and boat owners, cleaning up after Tropical Storm Eta is a lengthy process. Here’s where residents and businesses can find help.
“We met our goals!” Sharon Vanderlinde said. “We needed to make our communities aware that there are organizations out there to turn to in times of need.
On Monday, November 9, St. Petersburg Police Department announced the beginning of a six-month High Visibility Enforcement campaign.
Gulfport and St. Petersburg police departments are asking for assistance in the investigation of the car fire on the Pinellas Trail on September 21.
After powerful Tropical Storm Eta came ashore north of the Bay area on Wednesday night, many local boat and business owners woke up to a world of damage.
For mobile food vendors in Gulfport, the city says it’s up to the special event organization to make the call.
As Eta moves closer to the Bay area, schools are closed, bus service has shut down and Tampa International grounded flights.
Now that election season is over, it’s time to turn your attention – and assistance – to local nonprofits making a difference in the community.