Each week, Dinner and Duds serves hot meals and provides clothes, toiletries, and guidance to the homeless community in St. Pete.
Art, music, and street markets: Here’s your weekly list of things to do in South Pinellas for Jan. 19-Jan. 27
In response to resident complaints about the homeless population on Gulfport Beach, use of beach pavilions for more than three hours now requires a reservation.
City council candidates say that for many people, it boils down to a lack of time, concerns about abuse, and a lack of pressing issues.
Candidates for upcoming elections in St. Pete Beach recently made their intentions known on the issues they consider most important regarding city government. The Gabber reached out to each candidate; here’s what they told us.
Author and coach Michelle Passoff works to help adults 55 and older free themselves from their excess baggage, both physical and mental.
Here’s why, and why it matters in Gulfport’s upcoming city council election. Learn more about local candidates at The Gabber’s Candidate Forum on Feb. 2.
Here’s what sold on South Pinellas beaches last week.
A wood-fired pizza and pub joins the Gulfport community. Tommy’s Hideaway takes over Hot Dog Pier location and hopes to open by February.
This week, The Gabber asked people if they had a choice between two superpowers, which would they choose?
It took three doses of Narcan to revive a man suffering an opioid overdose at a Gulfport home Dec. 30.; he was expected to survive.
This week, The Gabber asked people to tell us where they hope to travel to in 2023.