When Gulfport resident Mary Crear fell in love with Jamaican artist Vivia Barron’s work, she knew she had to commission something special.
Council kept it short and sweet on a rescheduled Monday night meeting September 20, approving the millage rate, city budget and PCSO support services.
More than 100 people gathered to voice their ideas for the theater space that was recently sold to new owners, and also offer help on renovations.
Get a free ride on the Island Hopper, make a run for mental health and suicide prevention, and mix and mingle with the Treasure Island & Madeira Beach Chamber.
Brenda McMahon’s art piece replaces one damaged in Hurricane Irma, and the Senior Center looks forward to a fundraising project in Veteran’s Park.
The artist behind Gulfport’s fantastical Florida-themed mural work, Keith Stillwagon, has been hospitalized for over a month; his family asks for “prayers and support.”
Check out live music on the beach in St. Pete Beach, Tierra Verde, Treasure Island and Madeira the weekend of September 24 through 26.
Are you prepared for a storm? It’s not too late to learn you and your family safe at a new seminar; plus, get ready for the October Concert Series.
With bi-weekly workshops and monthly mentoring, the new Small Business Hub in the St. Pete Beach Library is here to help your business.
Pinellas County has launched an updated COVID data dashboard so residents can track local trends in cases, hospitalizations and vaccinations.
Find out how you can help keep Treasure Island beautiful, give the city your ideas for the future of the Treasure Bay Golf & Tennis facility, and get help for rent.
Both the Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center and Gulfport’s Scout Hall are undergoing repairs, but at the moment, only Scout Hall is shuttered to the public.