The honorary position of Gecko Queen “is a gender-neutral opportunity … What’s important is that you can represent Gulfport with flair!”
Solomon, the African Grey parrot, escaped from his Gulfport home on August 7; he turned up five days later at Bay Moorings in Maximo.
On August 21, about 700 active-duty and retired Coast Guard members and their spouses gathered on Gulf Boulevard to clean up the trash that litters the area.
For the first time, an annual scallop search and count in southern Pinellas County has been canceled due to concerns over red tide.
Gulfport artist Cora Marshall’s personal dive into ancestry and her roots is on display at the at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum.
A sampling of police reports from August 2 through August 13 in Gulfport.
Nearly 250 on Gulfport’s beach August 12 joined thousands on coastlines throughout Florida as part of the Hands Along the Water movement.
Kids all over Pinellas County went back to school this week, including at Gulfport Elementary.
Sewer crews are going to be a familiar sight in Gulfport through the end of November as part of the city’s plan to repair the sewer system.
Currently Gulfport has four neighborhood watch block captains, volunteers who keep a close eye on their street.
The new Gulfport Gecko Amalgamated Marching Band entertained people in Gulfport celebrating the town’s 11th-annual Gecko Crawl August 11.
The event, which raised funds for will tiny homes to house homeless veterans, featured a free lunch by Gulfport’s Smoking’ J’s Barbecue