To help protect residents, the City of Gulfport hosted a Fraud Prevention Forum at the Catherine Hickman Theater on Wednesday, February 5Read More »
As the community and the Gulfport Merchants Chamber brace for the economic impact of COVID-19, businesses reach out to help others in need ...
A pedestrian on a motorized scooter and a truck collided at a residential intersection recently in Gulfport resulting in non life-threatening injuries ...
In the midst of local event cancelations related to the COVID-19, participation in Gulfport's citywide yard sale was strategically left up to residents ...
In February, Azalea Elementary became one of three in the southeast to win the “Start With Hello” award from the Sandy Hook Promise ...
Contractors for Duke Energy recently installed 11 new light poles and fixtures at Wood Ibis Park located at 58th Street and 28th Avenue South ...
At this year's Fine Arts Festival in Gulfport, we asked artists to tell us, “Which one of your pieces represents love to you and why?”Read More »
ulfport Votes 100% is organizing volunteers for the 2020 election cycle that includes the presidential preference primary and local municipal election on Tuesday, March 17.Read More »
The Lincoln Cemetery Society has been working toward rediscovering the identities of the hundreds buried there, when they were interred and whereRead More »
The deadline to vote for Gulfport's first Pet Mayor is just days away! View all the candidates and cast your ballot for a good cause onlineRead More »
Last Friday's storms produced heavy rains and howling winds that stranded at least three vessels in Boca Ciega BayRead More »
Over 225 years of love stories were shared through Iris paper folding custom Valentines at the Gulfport Library, February 5Read More »
Chief Boudreau is retiring after 17 years with T.I. Police Department and will head back to New England to be with his familyRead More »
The Gabber is providing an audio file of the 2020 Gulfport candidate forum held February 6; look for full coverage in this week's print edition and online February 13Read More »
A sampling of police reports from January 23 through February 1 in Gulfport and South PasadenaRead More »
First responders from Gulfport assisted officers from the FWC at the scene of a local boating-related death on Monday, February 3Read More »
Plus, boaters question the Casino Dock rules and the mayor makes a statement on climate changeRead More »