We get all manner of phone calls at the Gabber office. Not just the “I have a news idea for you” or “I’d like to place an ad” calls, but the ones that most people might not expect. For example, a few years ago a duck with an injured wing found its way into the pond at Wood Ibis Park. We received daily phone calls asking us what we were going to do about it.
Despite citizen complaints, Gulfport police say they can do little to remove the boats anchored just off Gulfport beach.
Gulfport City Council voted unanimously at the Tuesday, November 18, meeting to buy four new police cars.
Eckerd College Theatre Discipline presented “Waiting for Godot,” the theatrical play of the season for one last time November 16.
Joe and Maddy Guenther hit their fundraising goal for the organization named for former Gulfport Mayor Michael Yakes, which helps Gulfport’s needy kids and seniors.
Robotics teams competed at the 2014 RoboParade, a program of Lawrence Technological University’s Robofest, on St. Pete Beach November 8.
That’s the difference between me and the men and women who served: I doubt they wanted to go overseas and fight Germans or Communists or Iraqis or Al-Qaeda. The difference is, they went and I didn’t.
Susanne Vernon, whose Queen and Her Knight is one of the installations in Clymer Park, plans to open the gallery in November.
Local seafood restaurants competed for the best chowder awards, at the Second Annual Chowder Challenge at Hurley Park in Pass-a-Grille Saturday, November 9
It seems clear that the majority favors, or at least has fewer reservations than before, for approving marijuana for recreational use. At the very least, this is the opportunity to debate the issue.
Inspiring women modeled for A Woman’s Journey: Annual Fashion Show & Luncheon Saturday, November 8, at Our Savior Lutheran Church.
Friday night the City of Imagination gallery opened its “Gulfport: Its People and Places” photo show.