January 25 through 27, Art Festival Beth-El hosted their 47th annual invitational indoor and outdoor exhibit and sales of original work from artists all over the countryRead 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 ...
The Gulfport Merchants Chamber welcomed three new business with official ribbon cuttings this week: Infinity Massage, Zaiya ArtiZen Market and Studio 49 SalonRead More »
Gulfport Fire Department Engine 17 paused at the Gulfport Casino in the midst of a busy weekRead More »
A sampling of police reports from January 9 through January 15 in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach; plus, a crash with fatality in St. PeteRead More »
Gulfport is readying for the election of a councilmember for Ward 1 on March 17; meet the candidates in the Gabber's first Q&A seriesRead More »
January 18, more than 600 people flooded the common ground outside the Gulfport Casino on Shore Blvd. S. for one purpose: to express their desire for equalityRead More »
After some doubt, a Gulfport Candidate Forum for the upcoming municipal election for Ward 1 on March 17 may happen after allRead More »
Gulfport celebrated Arbor Day Wednesday, January 17 at Tomlinson Park with a ceremony, tree planting and tree giveawayRead More »
Part of winning the highest honor from a national group, the Gulfport Public Library will be in the limelight again in when StoryCorps visits next weekRead More »
Over the two-day event, 2,000 runners of all ages, races, shapes and sizes were signed up to participate, with 500 volunteers supporting the showRead More »
Gulfport Public Library recently provided a board for residents to answer “life’s most persistent and urgent” question according to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Read More »
Author Ellen M. Levy to life the struggles and confusion of romantic love between two young Jewish women in 1910 on January 17 at the Gulfport LibraryRead More »