Eta is expected to produce flooding rain, strong storm surge, strong winds and high surf in Florida until at least Tuesday.
On Wednesday, October 28, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri implemented the body-worn camera trial program for the PCSO.
Eta is now a tropical storm and will likely impact the Tampa Bay area; the City of Gulfport will open up a sandbag center at the 49th Street Neighborhood Center on Sunday.
There’s still time for residents and businesses impacted by COVID-19 to apply for help through Pinellas CARES – but you must submit before November 13.
Tropical Depression Eta is expected to reorganize and could possibly make landfall near Florida’s Gulf Coast early next week.
You asked for it, you got it: The Gabber introduces our semi-regular advice column, “Dear Gabby.” Got a question? Send them here!
Gulfport’s Funky Flamingo expands, Selene Salon and Spa opens and Gulfperk After Dark.
This senior gentleman looking for someone to curl up and read a book with, and he gets along well with other animals.
Got comments? Read letters and commentary for the Gabber from the week of November 5.
Sweet Sheba has raised her puppies, finished her heartworm treatment and is ready to be treated like a queen.
In the final installment of the Gabber’s special series on forgotten cemeteries in Pinellas, our historian takes a look at Rose Cemetery and the future.
It was a big election night in Pinellas with a near 80% voter turnout – and, win or lose, Gulfport came out to party.