In a public meeting April 30, St. Pete Beach’s new mayor attempted to maintain decorum despite protestors and a call for her to resign.
Drill, baby, drill. I’m sure I wrote that in a column sometime in past few years. But don’t rush to the beaches to fend off the oil rigs about to sprout along our beaches.
It was a packed house when Visit St. Pete/Clearwater kicked off National Travel and Tourism Week at the Gulfport Casino May 1.
Have you been getting an earful about the giant trash cans that are too heavy for most Gulfport residents to move?
Maybe it is time to give or sell California, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, parts of Oklahoma and Arizona back to Mexico.
New Commissioner Greg Premer hopes to make St. Pete Beach a destination that can compete with places like John’s Pass and Dunedin.
A crowd packed the commission chambers, leaving only one empty seat in the house: the one on the dais, vacated the night before by Commissioner Jim Parent.
Gulfport Neighbors’ “flash cleanup” helps ailing, but active, community member.
Gulfport only allows private home rentals for less than a month at a time, three times in a 12-month period, per the city code section 22-4.02.
Next door to the former bookstore, Tina Hansen has opened the Book Booth inside the Beach Bazaar.
St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman released a list of the 10 semifinalists for the Chief of Police position.
Are there plans to widen Gulfport Boulevard? Who maintains the right-of- ways and easements along Gulfport’s portion?