Police say they have no suspects in the destruction of the American flag lights on Williams Pier.
A woman died after she slammed her car into back of parked moving truck.
Gulfport’s local election is in March of 2022, and the qualifying period for mayoral and Ward I and III candidates is from Dec. 6 through Dec. 13.
The lawsuit, brought by William Gay, alleges that the mayor and certain commissioners violated Florida’s Sunshine Laws.
A Gulfport man overdosed and died Dec. 1. Florida has the second most estimated deadly drug overdoses, trailing only California, which had a projected fatalities, according to the CDC.
The Gulfport Police Department is providing gifts to families in need of holiday assistance. Those that would like to contribute are asked to donate, and those in need are asked to apply.
Someone took the truck after the driver left the engine running while he helped his mother inside her Gulfport home.
The restaurant remains open and police say the driver was not injured.
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Innovare, a 50-unit mixed use development will offer affordable housing to some of St. Petersburg’s lowest-paid renters.
Rutkowski was struck by a vehicle as he was crossing Gulf Boulevard at 1st Street East. Rutkowski was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries after the early evening crash, according to police.
This small Florida town is home to the first condominiums ever built in the Sunshine State.