Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the June 10 issue of the Gabber.
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Update 5/27/21, 12 p.m.: A previous version of this post used the wrong event schedule. The Gabber apologizes for the error. Get your rainbow on, Gulfport. For the first time, […]
What is easter without hundreds of inedible colored eggs on the ground? Hop into springtime with a City of Gulfport run Hippity Hoppity Egg Hunt. Bring your own basket, your […]
For the first time, the Pan-African Flag will fly gracefully over the Gulfport Public Library throughout all of February in celebration of Black History Month. A public event was not […]
Gulfport residents and visitors noticed a little extra “flair” on the streets last week – varying lengths of green plastic strips on the ground.
Shoppers at Gulfport’s citywide yard sale picked over thousands of treasures at more than 100 homes on Saturday, January 16.
A dazzling display of fireworks in Gulfport, but make it socially distant. Amid COVID-19 guidelines and safety protocols, The City of Gulfport will still be hosting a New Year’s firework […]
Folks are back to fishing and promenading on Gulfport’s Williams Pier, which closed in July for its first major overhaul since opening in 1987.
The Gabber is creating a citizen’s election board to endorse Gulfport candidates – and we want five of you on that board.
Gulfport’s Funky Flamingo expands, Selene Salon and Spa opens and Gulfperk After Dark.
For the past 27 years, the City of Gulfport’s Tot Time and pre-kindergarten teacher Joanne McRoberts was the developmental foundation for hundreds of children.
Pocket Prairies – small urban gardens featuring native plants – are gaining popularity and Gulfport is taking part. City of Gulfport Horticulturist Toffer Ross and Gulfport Public Library Youth Services […]