As of Monday, April 5, all Pinellas residents ages 16 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, and there are multiple ways to get it.
Renaissance Dad Jon Kile learns that Saturday morning cartoons may be a thing of the past, and TV can be punishment for the whole family.
After a more than a five-hour standoff that involved an armored truck, a battering ram, and a negotiator, the PCSO SWAT team arrested Kyle South on April 2.
Catch-and-release guidelines on snook, redfish and spotted seatrout are set to expire and the FWC is seeking public input on management efforts.
St. Pete Beach’s new online and app-based tool aims to help residents report problems to local authorities – and get them fixed.
Pinellas County Utilities reminds reclaimed water customers that supply is limited, and residents need to adhere to watering schedules to avoid shutoffs.
The Pinellas County Emergency Rental Assistance Program can cover missed payments, as well as up to 12 months of upcoming rent bills.
Lacrosse teams have started up and Boca Ciega High School, and what the rookie players lack in skill, the make up for with enthusiasm.
Looking for something in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements that appeared in the April 1 issue of the Gabber.
Melissa Loven’s crystal power in Gulfport, artisan cookies, The Boulevard Shoppe & Garden reopens and Fabric Smart’s got a reward for your vaccine.
Monthly wellness walks in Childs Park, part of the Healthy St. Pete initiative, bring neighbors together to talk community and healthy lifestyles.
Gulfport’s newest art event, Art in the Yard, had a double-the-expected turnout of artists selling their work in yards all over town Saturday, March 27.