The outer wall of the Amsterdam in St. Petersburg’s EDGE District turned into an all-people’s canvas on September 11, conveying messages of kindness for the global Kindness Riot.
However, it’s pretty clear we can’t get any more blood from this stone. To move forward, we need more money. Start thinking about Gulfport in terms of dollars rather than demands, and you’ll see we get far more than that for which we bargained.
For the first time in recent history, Gulfport can see the light at the end of the budgetary tunnel, thanks in part to rising property values.
Since moving to his home in Gulfport eight months ago, Charles White has had his bicycle stolen three times. Unlike many bike thefts locally, however, White’s story has a happy ending.
On the anniversary of one of the most tragic events in American history, a small group of people gathered to make peace.
When bringing an idea forward, please consider where the money should come from to pay for implementation, and even what your role as a citizen will be within that project.
When I decided to take off my business suits and strike out as a freelancer, I did so with the distinct impression I needed to deliver stellar work on time and as promised. If I wanted to eat and pay my bills, I needed to meet my deadlines in the agreed upon fashion or I would find myself looking at the business end of a desk job. I spent time with like-minded people who reinforced this idea of a work ethic and affirmed the idea that I would be able to feed myself if I kept my promises and did good work. These are the rules by which most freelancers live.
Pinellas County Commissioners will now be able to give tax breaks for up to 10 years on buildings and machinery to new or expanding companies. All well and good, I suppose, except…
It’s official and on the record: Gulfport City Council unanimously supports marriage equality.
On September 2, Gulfport Mayor Sam Henderson proclaimed October “Gulfport History Month.”
On Saturday, August 23, Gulfport Mayor Sam Henderson accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge issued by Jon Ziegler.
For the first time in several years the Gulfport Historical Society will sell ads to help defray the cost of its annual wall calendar.