Forget Thanksgiving. If you want an Indian to help you, look no further than the Seminole Tribe of Florida who, despite what one could gently describe as multiple setbacks, have recently helped 75 Tampa Bay nonprofits, with $10,000 each.
St. Pete Beach created the new Beach Manager position to help protect the beach and dune system.
From distinguished hounds to white cats, there’s no shortage of animals who need a home this week.
Here’s how much homes and condos sold along South Pinellas Beaches, from Madeira Beach to Pass-a-Grille, sold for between Nov. 10 and Nov. 17.
Read this week’s letter to the editor.
Wondering about the cost of paradise? Here’s what sold in Gulfport between Nov. 11 and Nov. 17.
Everyone’s favorite “person-on-the-street” interview is here!
Have you taken The Gabber somewhere? We want to see your pictures! Please send a high-resolution photo and a brief description to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s snippets of what people said and did at the Nov. 15 Gulfport City Council meeting.
Here’s what sold in Gulfport, Florida Nov. 4-10.
Residents at the recent Gulfport Council meeting brought up an ongoing complaint throughout the city – one that has no easy answer: homelessness.
Among its functions, the commission works to identify the needs of seniors, their families, and their caregivers while exploring solutions for the issues they face.