Gulfport’s Sustainability Committee wants to help businesses and residents who have questions, concerns or comments about the betterment of Gulfport.
Almost 3,000 residents who are in isolation in 47 long-term care facilities were sent “Thinking of you” postcards.
On July 15, Ingrid Bredenberg and Berkeley Grimball held a pop-up art unveiling in front of their residence in support of Gulfport Votes 100%.
A pandemic may not seem like the best time to open a new tattoo shop, but Above Alpha Tattooing is following all CDC guidelines.
Students and parents have until 5 p.m., Monday, July 27 to decide how this next school year will go.
Wearing a mask isn’t just the latest spring trend – it looks like they’re sticking around. Folks in Gulfport can get them in two places.
Council made some mandatory cost of living increases for residents at the city’s first in-person council meeting since early March.
The City of Gulfport shut off public water fountains due to COVID-19 concerns, and has posted “No Alcohol” signs to remind people of the ordinance.
The Williams Pier will be closed for three more months for necessary repairs.
Massage therapist and yoga instructor Lisa Taylor has been creating all of her life. Most recently she creates jewelry from old family heirlooms.
On Thursday, July 16, a Gulfport police officer ran into a private vehicle.
The City of Gulfport is looking into Duke Energy’s community solar power program for future renewable energy sources.