“Opening day is my favorite day of the season,” said Gulfport Little League President Trevor Mallory at the ceremony February 29 at Tomlinson ParkRead More »
Gulfport City Council addressed service changes, the end of utilities amnesty, help for hungry families, unemployment benefits and responded to rumors ...
Be on the lookout for EJ Simons’ new wave of rocks: “On the back of a couple of the rocks there will be directions to follow,” and maybe some surprises ...
Former Gulfport Councilmember Yolanda Roman invites the community to celebrate Boca Ciega High's graduating class with messages at the library ...
Gulfport restaurants are navigating the "new normal" of opening with increased sanitizing and social distancing measures, and many take-out options ...
Florida native and New York Times bestselling author Craig Pittman will speak, along with other Florida experts, at the virtual event on May 22 ...
Food for needy families is loaded onto school buses at the Catherine Hickman Center in Gulfport on Mondays in partnership with Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger ...
“Pretending we don’t see race and that racism doesn’t exist is not only socially immature, it is also irresponsible and dangerous,” said moderator Miguel FullerRead More »
The North End Tap House and Sea Dog Cantina are officially open for business in GulfportRead More »
Over 500 food and toiletry items were collected at the annual Brown-Worthington Mullet Fry and Potluck party that benefits the Gulfport Senior Center food pantryRead More »
Someone had tied the six- to eight-month-old Cash to a post and left him there with dry food in a nearby bag and no waterRead More »
The Pinellas County CROP Hunger Walk took place on March 1 in Gulfport, with walkers setting out from the Gulfport Presbyterian ChurchRead More »
A sampling of police reports from February 13 through February 21 in Gulfport and South PasadenaRead More »
Gulfport’s municipal election is coming up so we asked candidates running for the Ward 1 council seat questions provided by residents and editorial staffRead More »
The 16th-annual Gulfport’s Get Rescued street fair and pet adoption event on Saturday, February 22 featured 49 non-profit rescue groups and pet-themed vendorsRead More »
“Let the good times roll,” in French could be heard throughout the crowd that gathered for the inaugural Mardi Gras celebration in Gulfport on Friday, February 21Read More »
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg continued its Speakers Who Inspire Series at its new Center for Health Equity on Monday, February 10Read More »
What is it like to have a birthday on February 29, which only technically occurs every four years?Read More »