Frequent users of toll roads in and around Pinellas County will see something extra in their wallets in 2023 with the the Toll Relief Program.
Gulfport City Council
Gulfport’s Ward II and Ward IV seats are up for grabs in March; here’s a closer look at the candidates who qualified.
State Rep. Linda Chaney’s report to Gulfport City Council on Dec. 20 regular meeting focused on the legislature’s recent special session to improve Florida’s property insurance situation.
Affordable housing, street sweeping, and a green light for the car show at Trolley Market Square all passed unanimously at Gulfport Council’s last 2022 meeting.
State Rep. Linda Chaney filed a bill designating a portion of I-275 to be named in memory of PCSO Deputy Michael Hartwick, who was killed Sept. 22 on that stretch of road.
Due to an altered school schedule, council canceled its first scheduled meeting of 2023, and will meet for the first time Tuesday, Jan. 17 next year.
One more necessary step in preparation for the upcoming Gulfport City Council election was handled at the council’s Dec. 20 meeting.
Here’s some of what The Gabber’s news and politics reporter overheard at the Dec. 20 Gulfport city council meeting.
The Gabber Newspaper will hold its annual candidate forum on Feb. 2 at the Catherine Hickman Theater. The City of Gulfport will co-host.
Despite complaints from liveaboards in the morning field, Gulfport Council says the four-hour time limit on dinghy parking at the Casino is here to stay.
In several tense moments at the Dec. 6 Gulfport Council Meeting, Mayor Sam Henderson called for councilmembers to wait their turn before speaking.
Here’s some of what was said at the Dec. 6 city council meeting.