Councilmembers are skeptical about the viability of electric vehicles for the city, particularly for the police department; no masks required for polling places.
The Gulfport Merchants Chamber debuted their revision for the third Saturday art event, IndieFaire on Saturday, October 17, featuring local artists and crafters.
Storyteller Lisa Kirchner talks about her latest creative venture: the locally shot film “My Dinner with Steve.” Scenic St. Pete is a supporting character.
Gulfport Beach Bazaar hosted their first annual pumpkin decorating contest on Friday, October 16, which turned the sidewalk into a graveyard of pumpkin guts.
A local resident called the Gabber office last week to report political signs stolen in his neighborhood, his house included.
Pawlie is a polydactyl, which means he has extra toes on his front paws; he’s extra friendly and craves attention!
Native longleaf pine, the largest southern yellow pine, was used for everything from buildings to great ships; now the habitats are being restored.
Wolfgang Deininger says, “Karen Love and I took a mini vacation to the Florida East coast last week and, as always, we took Gulfport and the Gabber with us.”
Bella is looking for a home to spend her retirement years. She would make a relaxed companion out on the town or on the couch.
According to police, there was no indication of conflict before the incident; Thomas has been charged with manslaughter Parkinson-Freeman.
The Gabber is reviewing lesser-known races to help voters make a more informed choice in November. In this issue, we take a closer look at District 13 Congressional candidates.
Gulfport Merchants Chamber is looking for the best gardens, outdoor murals, pools, alleys, and other outdoor features for the 2021 Pink Flamingo Home Tour.