Large-scale red tide cleanups continue as county launches tool to report “fish kills in the hundreds to thousands.” Blooms persist in Tampa Bay and Gulf beaches.
Gulfport Police Chief Rob Vincent tested positive for COVID-19 and will take a mandatory 10-day leave; the chief said he made a “personal choice” not to get vaccinated.
Take a look at some of the live music in Gulfport, St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island and Madeira Beach for the weekend of July 16-18.
Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the July 15 issue of the Gabber.
A suggestion by a Gulfport resident led to a sign in Gulfport’s Wood Ibis Park that identifies several local bird species with an interactive QR code.
Part 3 of the Gabber’s series on Pinellas County Schools’ integration, with Boca Ciega High School’s early years and segregationists spurn a landmark decision by the Supreme Court.
While the effects of red tide vary daily on the Gulf beaches, massive fish kills in Tampa Bay have left city and county crews scrambling for cleanup without state support.
St. Petersburg Firefighter Nicole Howard was on Task Force 3 assigned to search for signs of life in the rubble of the Surfside condominium collapse in the Miami.
Pinellas got lucky with Elsa, but this is predicted to be an active hurricane season. Here are resources to get you started on the path to recovery after a big storm.
Plus, Gulfport Nutrition has an official ribbon-cutting and Tampa’s La Segunda Bakery and Cafe opens a St. Pete location.
The Department of Health issues warning as red tide intensified in most of the Bay area’s coastal waters. Here’s what it looks like from John’s Pass to Ft. De Soto.
Gulfport Public Library’s award-winning LGBTQ Resource Center recently accepted proceeds from a virtual drag queen Bingo by Raymond James Pride Inclusion Network.