Residents 50 and older can book COVID-19 vaccine appointments beginning Monday, March 22; there are multiple transportation options.
O’Maddy’s St. Patrick’s Day Street Party in Gulfport brought crowds decked out in green and raised more than $5K for Gulfport Little League.
St. Petersburg Police charged Leslie Reio, 24, with trafficking minors out of the Bayway Inn on 34th St. S. One of the victims is a runaway from Sarasota County.
Once a roadside attraction, the Alligator Wildlife and Discovery Center at John’s Pass is dedicated to the rehabilitation of exotic animals and educating the public.
After multiple postponements due to COVID-19, the Best Seat in the House Chair-ity Auction (with a View!) is on for March 20 during the Third Saturday IndieFaire.
In heated statements, Councilmember Brown took aim at her recent Ward 2 opponent, Mike Bauer, and Councilmember April Thanos over alleged political attacks.
Volunteers on Gulfport’s waterfront and collected some 75 pounds of trash during the monthly Beyond the Beach Cleanup hosted by Gulfport Grassroots March 13.
TD Tampa Bay and the GEMS service are two programs for local and cross country rides that cater to seniors, disabled and low-income riders.
A $2.1 million renovation of the new St. Pete Beach Library is almost complete, with a nod to the architect’s original vision. The library reopened March 1.
Gulfport Little League kicked off their 2021 season Saturday, March 13 at Tomlinson Park. Kids, coaches and residents alike heralded the return of ballpark sounds.
Lambda Legal Society at Stetson University College of Law is now national affiliate of the National LGBT Bar Association, and they’re seeking community involvement.
Gulfport’s newest event, Art in the Yard, brings art to the city streets, yard sale style, for artists and their admirers.