The ribbon cutting for the plaques was a highlight of Gulfport’s Veterans Day celebrations November 11, along with the parade and volleyball tournament.
“A security system paired with sound burglarizing of your home and yard is a great way of preventing break-ins to your cars and home,” said GPD Officer Mills
In Gulfport, there are two ways to honor loved ones in a memorial – with green benches and brick pavers.
Gulfport resident Maureen McDowell won four gold medals at the International Beach Games in Clearwater in September.
The memorial included a procession from VFW Posts 10174, a group sing-a-long of the national anthem, and a salute to each military branch.
The sunrise view in Gulfport west of Williams Pier filled with 13 new Washingtonia palms, part of Phase Two of the Shore Boulevard Beautification Project
A sampling of police reports from October 26 through November 4 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.
On November 7, voters overwhelming approved extending the Penny for Pinellas sales tax referendum. What does that mean for Gulfport?
Lincoln Cemetery in Gulfport got some out-of-town cleanup help recently; Greater Mt. Zion AME Church is “no longer pursuing ownership interest”
“It’s really the teamwork of Gulfport Neighbors and all of the 10 [participating] restaurants,” said Pia Goff, main organizer of the event on Monday, November 7.
The city-wide sale happens twice a year, giving residents a day to set up their yard sale without a permit, and to put their address in the yard sale brochure
Kenwood, which was listed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 2003, was the first neighborhood in St. Petersburg built for year-round working-class residents.