The agreement allows Pinellas police departments to respond to Gulfport-related calls if needed, and for Gulfport police to respond to Gulfport-related crimes in other cities.
It’s bad news for seafood and music lovers, but the free, socially distanced John’s Pass Arts Weekend will go on.
Gulfport artist Margo Christie’s current work is influenced by pique assiette – using recycled materials such as glass, broken cups, and tiles to create mosaics.
A message from Gulfport Mayor Sam Henderson after the turmoil of yesterday.
This spunky, super friendly 10-year-old kitty who loves to be close to his humans, and will even ride around on your shoulders.
Letters and commentary to the Gabber for the week on January 7.
A woodworker with a red cedar tree felled by Irma, and several local business owners come together for a good cause.
On Wednesday, December 16, a good Samaritan called Pet Pal Animal Shelter in St. Petersburg regarding a three-week-old baby pig found alone.
On their first meeting of the year, Gulfport City Council discussed Board of Adjustment variances, policing across city lines and the end of library fees.
“I hope there will come a time when we no longer need to protest,” says organizer Phyillis Plotnik of the group that has gathered twice a week since June.
The Italian Greyhound Community of St. Petersburg found comfort through the loneliest parts of the pandemic, and has become a staple for some of the owners of the breed.
Friday, January 1 volunteers raised their arms in solidarity, declaring the beach litter free after picking up over 600 pounds of trash along Treasure Island.