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 »
It may not be on your mind these days, but unfortunately hurricane season is on our doorstep; preparing for the season this week will bring a tax break ...
Plus, library services have been updated, and council will still meet virtually for their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, June 2 at 6 p.m. ...
As COVID-19 puts a halt to traditional Pride events all over the country, the Gulfport community finds new ways to celebrate ...
Local photographer June Johns captured these gorgeous mailboxes in Gulfport, including a hippie bus, a pirate ship, and a life-size flamingo. ...
Studio @620 is producing Tiny Bedtime Plays for Kids... and the Stressed Out, short plays everyone can view each night, through June 4 ...
Gulfport City Council addressed service changes, the end of utilities amnesty, help for hungry families, unemployment benefits and responded to rumors ...
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 »
The Gulfport Gecko Band made it back to Fox 13’s Charley’s World on February 19 as the news personality was highlighting the Safety Harbor Art & Seafood FestivalRead More »
February 25, Christy Wiggins, owner and operator of Coastal Energy and Nutrition marked the grand opening of her small but mighty shopRead More »
Attendees were in hog heaven at the barbecue dinner prepared by Master Kansas City Barbecue Society competitor and judge John “Ribdog” VervilleRead More »
A sampling of police reports from February 6 through February 15 in Gulfport and South Pasadena; plus a fatal crash in TI, arrest made in fatal hit-and-runRead More »
Tuesday, February 18, a representative from every Gulfport city department was present to give their yearly review for 2019Read More »
Gulfport's Peace, Love and Pride Festival was host to new and long-standing supporters of the local LGBTQ community on February 16Read More »
The people have spoken and Gulfport has elected several new furry ambassadors and officials who will all represent the city for one yearRead More »