The keys to the second house built by Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County in Gulfport this year were handed over to its new owner on December 13
A laurel oak was cut down on December 19 behind the Backfin Blue Café in Gulfport because it had reached its end of life and had some cavities
Plus, two students charged for bringing handgun to Lakewood High School
Paul Ray will be Gulfport’s next Ward 3 councilmember after the filing deadline passed and no other candidate had submitted paperwork to run.
Gulfport area’s two primary business organizations will merge sometime next year in order to increase efficiency, cut costs and provide better services
Thirteen official boats participated in the 32nd annual Boca Ciega Yacht Club’s charity Lighted Christmas Boat Parade on Saturday, December 9.
Attendees huddled under umbrellas and rain coats, but spirits were still bright as they browsed items from local vendors and enjoyed live music.
In an abundance of caution, the school had a 20-minute lockout after an armed man attempted to snatch a purse six blocks away.
The Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a loss of funds from the American Legion Post 305 in St. Pete Beach involving Mike and Terri Finnerty.
Students at Gulfport Elementary will be sharing the fruits of their labor December 15 when they harvest the crops they have been growing this school year.
Participants sing the traditional Hanukkah song Maoz Tzur during a ceremony Tuesday, December 12 in Gulfport’s Clymer Park
Plus a mother leaves 2-year-old in vehicle outside Dollar General and then flees police