October 19 to 23 is Small Business Week; hosted by The Greenhouse, St. Pete’s business assistance org, the event has a variety of resources for local entrepreneurs.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced that the count will end prematurely on Thursday, October 15; online responses remain open until 5:59 a.m., Friday, October 16.
Three new business are serving up food for all kinds of folks in the Gulfport area: Anani, The Pig & The Pole and Quality Meats and Produce.
October 11 was National Coming Out Day and Come Out St. Pete celebrated Sunday with the annual unfurling of their 150 foot Pride flag at Seminole Park.
On October 8, Gulfport artist Jack Providenti went for his daily swim at Sunset Beach when he got caught in a riptide; luckily a surfer was there to help.
In part five of the Gabber’s eight-part series on forgotten and historically Black cemeteries in Pinellas County, we visit Oakhurst Cemetery in Seminole.
Meals On Wheels for Kids was born in the pandemic; with around 40% of students choosing virtual or semi-virtual learning options, the need continues.
Father Bill Yanson hopes to expand Saint Sofia Synodal Catholic Community Church’s free lunch program to help feed the needy.
Stew Rhodes backed his boat trailer into the water at the Gulfport Municipal Marina on Friday, October 9; the boat and trailer pulled Rhodes’ truck with them.
Isam “Sammy” Ammoura, owner of the Citgo on 5227 Gulfport Blvd. S., was known for his infectious smile and Cuban sandwiches, passed away at home.
Gulfport Council socially distanced at the Catherine Hickman Theater on October 6 to discuss housekeeping items, a potential public safety bill and more.
Bad weather may have kept some folks away, but the Gulfport Sustainability Committee’s drive-in movie night fundraiser may not be it’s last.