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.
More deterioration on the pier means the City of Gulfport now hopes the repairs will be done by mid November.
Come Out St. Pete is ready for a week-long celebration of National Coming Out Day, starting October 11.
Timothy Sullivan, 33, a career criminal was arrested by St. Petersburg Police Department for robbing no less than two businesses at gunpoint in as many days.
Gulfport police are working with St. Petersburg police on the unsolved homicide connected to the September 21 car fire on the Pinellas Trail.
For the past 27 years, the City of Gulfport’s Tot Time and pre-kindergarten teacher Joanne McRoberts was the developmental foundation for hundreds of children.
After Florida’s voter registration website crashed on Monday due to heavy traffic, Governor Ron DeSantis extended the deadline to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
On Friday, October 2 the streets came alive again with music and color as the Gulfport Merchant Chamber’s First Friday Artwalk made its official comeback.
October 5, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. the City of Gulfport and Walgreens are sponsoring a Flu Shot Clinic in the Catherine Hickman Theater parking lot.
Part four of our series on forgotten cemeteries in Pinellas County looks at the Gas Plant district and the construction of present-day Tropicana Field.
The pandemic has created severe challenges for those in addiction recovery, but there is support for those who need it.
The City of St. Petersburg announced that events will resume and public facilities will reopen Monday, October 5.