In December, we asked people to share personal stories of their experience in 2020. Here’s what they had to say.
COVID-19 in Gulfport Florida Pinellas and Tampa Bay
This week, the Gabber starts what we hope will be an annual tradition – a review of the year behind us.
From Quakers to Muslims, Unitarians to Jews, the faithful across the world have had to adapt to these challenging times, and many are using technology to worship.
On Monday, December 7, St. Petersburg launched “Race to Safe,” a campaign to keep St. Petersburg the safest city in Florida during the pandemic.
The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County is offering no-cost flu vaccines, even if you’re uninsured, by appointment from December 7 to 11.
Like all student athletes, Boca Ciega High School’s district champion football team have had to cope with the “new normal” of school sports during a pandemic.
There’s still time for residents and businesses impacted by COVID-19 to apply for help through Pinellas CARES – but you must submit before November 13.
The Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners approved expanded grant funding for Pinellas-based small businesses.
How was the first week of school in a pandemic? The Gabber spoke to parents, students and school officials.
On Friday, August 28 the City of Gulfport offered free COVID-19 antibody testing to all of its employees and CERT members.