St. Petersburg police recovered the Mazda 6 used in the stolen car/officer-involved shooting at the Quick Stop at 1440 49th Street.Read More »
The order from Governor Ron DeSantis allows bars and restaurants to open at 50% capacity, as well as theaters, bowling alleys and arcades ...
Want to catch fish and help the environment? Register for the 2020 Lionfish Challenge and help remove an invasive species from Florida waters ...
Phasing in of utility cutoffs for nonpayment will begin in July, and council will finalize board positions at the next regular council meeting ...
Who's up for the various board appoints to be considered by Gulfport City Council tonight? The Gabber takes a look ...
Over the past several months, big changes have been in the works for Gulfport’s businesses ...
Are you an artist? Gulfport has a grant for you! The Rise and Shine artist grant carries a value of $1,000, and comes with help from established artists ...
Why are residents charged a base fee for water usage?Read More »
St. Petersburg's new mayor, Rick Kriseman, was sworn into office Thursday, January 2, 2014, on the steps of City Hall. Read a transcript of his remarks at the ceremony.Read More »
Read an open letter from former St. Pete Beach Commissioner Marvin Shavlan.Read More »
Boaters at the Gulfport Municipal Marina last weekend saw a different sort of vessel land at the boat ramp: a Cessna 152 plane.Read More »
"It's about finding the right artist," gallery manager Mike McCue remarked as art lovers crowded the shop and gallery for Valerie Brandli art opening.Read More »
Eric and Beth Shutrump show their support for kids by dressing as "The Frosties" at the fifth annual 12 Bars of Christmas on St. Pete Beach.Read More »
The “shop local” mindset took the Beach Bazaar by storm this holiday season.Read More »
The Gulfport Elementary PTA will get a monthly check – although the amount may vary – from the School Newsletter Company.Read More »
What happens if we collectively refuse to participate? If one million people refuse, is it possible for regular people to take back the reigns of the economy?Read More »
On March 11, all St. Pete Beach voters will choose a mayor and two districts will choose commissioners. See the six residents have thrown their names in the ring for public office.Read More »
Dan Liedtke, who won the seat two years ago by nine votes, will keep the Ward One seat in Gulfport.Read More »