Florida has more than 630 reports of suspicious seed packages and other items from China; here’s what to do if you get one.
As of early Friday morning, Isaias was upgraded to a Category 1 hurricane; the storm is not expected to significantly impact the Tampa Bay area.
Representative Jennifer Webb’s update today will cover Hurricane Isaias, resident and business grants, schools reopening, unemployment, utilities and more.
Essential workers, including US postal workers, are part of the target groups supported by the Heroes Act.
A sampling of police calls from July 16 to 25 in Gulfport and South Pasadena from the Gulfport Police Department and Pinellas Crime Viewer.
The latest update on Tropical Storm Isaias: the storm has strengthened, but the projected path shifted east of the Tampa Bay area.
This week, we’re all hitting our stride in the office, and on the streets – a note from Gabber publisher Cathy Salustri.
While improvements continue on its permanent location, the St. Pete Beach library is open at its temporary location, 7470 Gulf Blvd.
Potential Tropical Cyclone number nine (to be named Isaias) is headed for the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Florida falls within the five-day “cone of uncertainty.”
Gulfport council members gathered at the Casino on July 28 with a public service announcement for residents: “Wear your mask.”
Food trucks are a staple in St. Petersburg – they may soon become more common in Gulfport.
Pinellas County Schools has voted to move school reopening two weeks in “in an abundance of caution”; parents split on in-school versus virtual options