The Gabber Newspaper’s print edition will be delayed this week. Here’s why.
In advance of strong winds and possible storm surge, The Gabber Newspaper surveyed an eerily quiet downtown Gulfport, Florida. A lone fire alarm – City of Gulfport staff told The Gabber they suspect it came from the likely vacant Diplomat building in Town Shores – was the only human sound in downtown. Here are a […]
The time to evacuate has passed for anyone in Pinellas, emergency management officials say, asking everyone remaining on the peninsula to shelter in place until the storm passes.
Ian Update #16: ALL Pinellas Beaches Closed – NO ENTRY
Gulfport has closed all facilities but keeps its information line open. Here’s the latest from Mayor Sam Henderson.
PSTA will stop all regular service tonight (Sept. 27) at 7 p.m.
With much of South Pinellas now ordered to evacuate, here’s a list of shelters nearest to Gulfport.
Effective at 7 a.m. tomorrow, Pinellas beaches are closed, and beach governments are asking all residents to evacuate. In some cases, they’re shutting down utility service, too. What does it mean that Pinellas beaches are closed? It means that the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office will restrict access to all the barrier islands, from Dunedin to […]
Pinellas County has issued mandatory evacuations for evacuation zone A and residential healthcare facilities (nursing homes and ALFs), effective immediately. Zones B and C must evacuate effective 7 a.m. tomorrow (Sept. 27).
Here’s a list of Hurricane-Ian-related closures of services, colleges, and municipal buildings in Gulfport and South Pinellas.
Gulfport Mayor Sam Henderson issued an update on Gulfport closures, where residents and businesses can get sandbags, and what the City’s done to ready its storm sewers. The City also has information about trash pickup in advance of Ian and how residents in need to get a ride to a safe location.
Pinellas County has issued a voluntary evacuation for everyone in Flood Zone A. That flood zone includes everything on the beaches, parts of St. Pete, much of South Pasadena, and some of Gulfport. This evacuation is not mandatory.