Multiple local outlets are collecting donations for hurricane relief for the Florida Panhandle, and time is of the essence.
If you think you are up to the challenge, then pick up a candidate packet from City Hall today, because the clock is ticking.
t’s been a rough month for Gulfport and Florida. On the tail of Tropical Storm Colin, we had to bear witness to the horror of the Orlando slayings.
As 2015 draws to a close, I want to give you an update on some of the projects either completed or underway in the City of Gulfport.
Gulfport Mayor Sam Henderson has an update on where Gulfport stands after the dumping in Clam Bayou.
When bringing an idea forward, please consider where the money should come from to pay for implementation, and even what your role as a citizen will be within that project.
Some countries require that their citizens do a stint in the military. Perhaps, just to keep us humble, we should all have to do a stint in the service industry or retail sales as well.
I know we cannot please everyone, but the folks on the dais work hard to use their skills, talents and energy to serve Gulfport.
What happens if we collectively refuse to participate? If one million people refuse, is it possible for regular people to take back the reigns of the economy?
This policy, if not amended, could effectively be an eviction notice for some of us. This is unacceptable.
While many cities are lucky to have their own Chamber of Commerce, we are fortunate enough to have three different groups representing businesses in the Gulfport area.
Gulfport got a taste of hurricane season right off the bat this year with Tropical Storm Andrea.