Florida native and New York Times bestselling author Craig Pittman will speak, along with other Florida experts, at the virtual event on May 22Read More »
It may not be on your mind these days, but unfortunately hurricane season is on our doorstep; preparing for the season this week will bring a tax break ...
Plus, library services have been updated, and council will still meet virtually for their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, June 2 at 6 p.m. ...
As COVID-19 puts a halt to traditional Pride events all over the country, the Gulfport community finds new ways to celebrate ...
Local photographer June Johns captured these gorgeous mailboxes in Gulfport, including a hippie bus, a pirate ship, and a life-size flamingo. ...
Studio @620 is producing Tiny Bedtime Plays for Kids... and the Stressed Out, short plays everyone can view each night, through June 4 ...
Gulfport City Council addressed service changes, the end of utilities amnesty, help for hungry families, unemployment benefits and responded to rumors ...
Food for needy families is loaded onto school buses at the Catherine Hickman Center in Gulfport on Mondays in partnership with Tampa Bay Network to End HungerRead More »
Cool ways to spend time (and entertain/educate the kids!) with online offerings beyond binge-watching "Tiger King" or playing Candy CrushRead More »
Mark Wheeler realized his business was uniquely suited to make cloth masks and polycarbonate face shields for medical personnel and the publicRead More »
A devoted member of the community, you could find Bob at just about every event; he never ceased to welcome new residents and businesses with open armsRead More »
Business grants will be available on a first-come, first-served basis; council makes changes to upcoming events, and officially supports the ERARead More »
In Gulfport, the beach and parking lot, as well as public restrooms at the beach and Casino, reopened on Monday, May 4, in line with the state's directionsRead More »
A sampling of police reports from March 12 through March 22 in Gulfport and South PasadenaRead More »
As the community and the Gulfport Merchants Chamber brace for the economic impact of COVID-19, businesses reach out to help others in needRead More »
A pedestrian on a motorized scooter and a truck collided at a residential intersection recently in Gulfport resulting in non life-threatening injuriesRead More »
In the midst of local event cancelations related to the COVID-19, participation in Gulfport's citywide yard sale was strategically left up to residentsRead More »
In February, Azalea Elementary became one of three in the southeast to win the “Start With Hello” award from the Sandy Hook PromiseRead More »