A 3-1 vote on June 24 approved a resolution authorizing the finalization of a settlement the Waterkeepers lawsuit from 2017Read More »
It was all about the numbers at the Gulfport City Council meeting on Tuesday, July 16. ...
For the first time since early April, the public was able to watch live streaming meetings on July 16 – this time with closed captioning ...
Free spring and summer swimming lessons are being offered for the first time to Gulfport youth ages 3 to 12 ...
500 free vertical oyster gardens were delivered to Gulfport’s Municipal Marina as part of a grassroots project in partnership with the city ...
The hurricane preparedness event by St. Pete Fire and Rescue on July 16 got a little “spot power” from their new puppy ambassador, Tank. ...
Surfers for Autism hit the waves at the 9th Annual Suncoast Surf & Beach Festival on Saturday, July 13 ...
Gulfport’s nonprofit free ride service, GetGo, was discontinued on May 30. Four former volunteer drivers are trying to bring it backRead More »
St. Pete Beach Commission wrestles with public transit solution, approves sewer repairs and finalizes plans for 4th of July celebrationRead More »
The event began at sunset at the Rec Center with about 50 peddlers festooned in lights and Pride regalia following a route south of 22nd Ave. S.Read More »
Moira Lewis, a rising third grader, picked out two books that appealed to her from the Book Bus at Gulfport Elementary School on June 20Read More »
Gulfport made some colorful additions in honor of LGBT Pride month, including the bench that sits outside of the Historic Peninsula InnRead More »
Plus a fatal pedestrian crash on 34th Street and Pinellas County Sheriff's Office investigates an inert grenade found at the Don CeSarRead More »
Gulfport City Manager Jim O’Reilly was recognized during the regular city council meeting on Tuesday, June 18Read More »
Gulfport Council approved a public meeting on June 24 at 5 p.m. to consider a resolution relating to the lawsuit with Suncoast WaterkeeperRead More »
An employee at Gulfport Family Restaurant tested positive for Hepatitis A and could have exposed restaurant patrons from June 4 to 11Read More »