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 »
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 ...
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 »
January 16, following the Circle of Friends’ annual meeting at the Gulfport Public Library, Sean Gaskell played a 22-string harp lute from West AfricaRead More »
The Special Abilities Art Opening and Fundraiser, hosted by Studio Duvoe’s Abstract Art for Autism was held January 18 at the Gulfport Arts CenterRead More »
A sampling of police reports from in Gulfport, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach; plus, aggravated battery arrest in Gulfport, and a child found dead in Lakewood EstatesRead More »
In the last two weeks, an unidentified person has altered muralist Keith Stillwagon’s wildlife scene that adorns the entrance of Gulfport GarageRead More »
Over 40 vendors set up a table or two throughout the St. Pete Beach Community Center to sell their wares January 11Read More »