Letters and commentary to the Gabber Newspaper for the week of July 22.
After a month break, Gulfport Council tackled marina development, the ongoing noise ordinance debate, water rates, fireworks and how to spend $5 million at the July 20 meeting.
This year, Gulfport’s annual Gecko World festivities will be complemented by a grassroots art “hide and seek” event organized by hometown artists.
Part 4 of the Gabber’s series on Pinellas County Schools’ integration takes a closer look at local desegregation and the origins of St. Petersburg College.
A crash blocked Gulfport Boulevard for hours on Friday, July 16 as first responders detours traffic; no major injuries were reported at the time of the accident.
Got questions about Florida? “Naturally Florida” is all about the Sunshine State’s natural wonders, with two enthusiastic hosts eager to tell us about it.
After a summer RVing with the family, Renaissance Dad Jon Kile gets back to life… without the kids while they’re away at summer camp.
The City of St. Petersburg recently announced a small business grant package totalling $2,536,000 in funds for business owners struggling during the pandemic.
Gulfport residents David Kanter and Shaheen Mamawala welcomed their son Malachy (mal-ah-key) Wayne Mamawala-Kanter on July 11.
Have an idea of how to spend $45 million? The City of St. Petersburg wants to hear from you at a series of community workshops this week.
New York-based sculptor, Ilan Averbuch, created the massive stone sun fixture for the EDGE District roundabout at Central Avenue at 11th Street.
Chili is a sweet and buff-colored 10-month-old boy, ready to be your secret ingredient. He’ll be the first to greet you in the cat room and can’t wait for his own home!