The over four-hour meeting saw residents come out in droves to discuss the planned eviction of the Boca Ciega Yacht Club, which will return to a monthly city lease for now.
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In heated statements, Councilmember Brown took aim at her recent Ward 2 opponent, Mike Bauer, and Councilmember April Thanos over alleged political attacks.
Gulfport City Council quickly ran through five resolutions related to upcoming events and the city’s ongoing sewage system maintenance.
An evening of presentations – from K-9s to Habitat for Humanity – ends with the city’s year in review for each department.
Two men leveled allegations of racism at the city of Gulfport; Vice Mayor honored Black historian Dr. Carter G. Woodson; city renews school officer contracts.
The African American Cemetery Alliance of Tampa Bay, made up of activists, anthropologists and historians, hopes to share resources to preserve local history and cemeteries.
January 19, Gulfport Council discussed unruly dogs, approved three events for February, and renewed an agreement with Duke Energy.
Sail Marketing on Corey Avenue is donating a share of all of their store’s profits, and 100% of mask sales, to St. Vincent de Paul CARES.
Thanks to COVID shut downs, people flocked in record numbers to their local animal shelters for a new furry friend to keep them company.
Like all student athletes, Boca Ciega High School’s district champion football team have had to cope with the “new normal” of school sports during a pandemic.