The Gabber sat down with the new Director of Urban Affairs for the City of St. Petersburg, Nikki Gaskin-Capehart, and asked her about Midtown, Childs Park, and the area formerly known as the “south side.”
There is something telling that the big argument or concern in the halls of Florida State education is whether or not to include cursive writing as a part of the Common Core curriculum.
Am I in the wrong for having a 14′ camper in my driveway?
The Lions Club, a service club that works with an assortment of vision-related charities, seeks not only pancake fans but also new members.
Midtown’s Tangerine Plaza, abandoned last year by Sweetbay, now offers Midtown residents a new place to buy milk, meat, and produce.
The gecko-green vehicle zipping around downtown lately isn’t a golf cart at all: it’s a low-speed vehicle (LSV). And they’re coming to Gulfport.
Gulfport Councilmember Michael Fridovich is doing his best to convince us that although he basically walked onto the job, he deserves the seat.
Does “single stream” recycling yield less or more money for the city? Do a higher percentage of the collected products end up actually making it through the remanufacturing?
Gulfport, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Clearwater Beach, Dunedin and so forth are part of an area someone at sometime began referring to as Tampa Bay. However, it says absolutely nothing about the communities of Pinellas County.
The long-awaited community art project will soon take shape at Gulfport Square, the shopping plaza at the southwest corner of Gulfport Boulevard and 49th Street.
St. Petersburg police on the scene of an officer-involved shooting around 9:30 Wednesday night told the Gabber that “everyone is OK.”
On March 11, voters will choose either Paul E. Ray or Yolanda Roman as their next representative for Ward Three. We asked them each the same set of questions.