The second quarterly “Junk in a Trunk” event at the 49th Street Neighborhood Center sent almost six tons of junk – 11,820 pounds – to the county’s waste-to-energy facility.
Why is there no MLK named street in Gulfport? Why is there no MLK parade?
The number of unemployed workers is not the issue. The issue is the number of people working which is at its lowest point since 1978.
Elizabeth Neily explains the basics of knitting to at the Fab Kidlets class at Fab Fibers in the Art Village Courtyard.
Does the city of Gulfport actually pay for rodent control?
After Southwest Florida Water Management District completed its work redesigning water flow, Gulfport city council agreed to hire an outside firm to research the history and science of Clam Bayou.
St. Petersburg police recovered the Mazda 6 used in the stolen car/officer-involved shooting at the Quick Stop at 1440 49th Street.
Swine flu (H1N1) is back. The vaccine to help prevent it is now part of the regular flu shot. You should get it, young or old.
Why are residents charged a base fee for water usage?
Cold weather seems to have followed us south. Global warming acclaimers suggest it is part of the extreme patterns they have been predicting; deniers claim this is the start of a new ice age.
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 an open letter from former St. Pete Beach Commissioner Marvin Shavlan.