Are you searching for a new furry friend? SPCA Tampa Bay’s annual Clear the Shelters adoption event is back this Saturday, September 18.
Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the September 16 issue of the Gabber.
Lanette Olmstead remembered to bring her Gabber to the Wildwood Boardwalk by the Atlantic Ocean while visiting family in New Jersey.
Penny pinching art and culture lovers, listen up! St. Pete hosts its annual Arts Alive! Free Museum Day on Saturday, September 18 with at least seven participating museums.
COVID is the number one killer of law enforcement officers in Florida for 2020 and 2021. Local governments grapple with what, if anything, they can do about it.
Larry Enlow, co-owner of local arts nonprofit The Enroy Foundation Inc., died Saturday night, September 11, after a breakthrough battle with COVID.
Gulfport Community Players take on the woman behind Ann Landers in “The Lady With All the Answers” at their Back Door Theater.
Check out live music on the beach in St. Pete Beach, Tierra Verde, Treasure Island and Madeira the weekend of September 17 through 19.
Ceremonies and memorials around the Bay area, including in Gulfport and Madeira Beach, made good on the promise to ‘never forget’ the loss on September 11, 2001.
A trash-collecting device in Clam Bayou has contributed to the 100,000 pounds of floating rubbish collected from the Southern United States for Osprey Initiative.
Need to report an issue with roads, sidewalks, street signs and related issues? St. Petersburg now has a dedicated line.
Learn more about helping your business, have your say on the future of the Beach Theater, and St. Pete Beach water treatments coming soon.