The City of Gulfport’s Telephone Reassurance program offers residents 50 or older – and their families – comfort, security, and peace of mind.
Check out yoga, live music and beverages on the beach in the Gabber’s Things to Do this week.
The Gulfport Police Department is migrating to a WatchGuard Video system, which pairs body cameras with in-car cameras.
A sampling of police calls in the Gulfport from August 6 to 12.
When 3 Daughters Brewing announced they would be producing hand sanitizer in the early days of COVID-19, the Gulfport Senior Center Foundation placed a call.
Boca Ciega High School 2017 valedictorian Angelika Morris donated much-needed supplies to her alma mater on August 11, just in time for school.
On Monday, August 24, Pinellas County Schools opened their doors to students for the first time since they shut down in March due to the pandemic.
With Gulfport City Council fine tuning next year’s budget and discussing utility bill increases, deposits for new accounts have been a hot ticket item.
On Friday, August 21, Sylvio Curcuruto celebrated his 98th birthday, surrounded by family and friends in his Gulfport home.
Little Food Pantries abound, but sometimes humans need a little help feeding their furry and feathered friends, too.
Two storms bypass Florida, but officials advise everyone to be prepared as hurricane season heats up. Find links to prep guides here.
TS Laura moves closer to Florida and is expected to bring heavy rain; the City of Gulfport has set up a sandbag station on 49th Street.