All PSTA bus routes are free for World Car-Free Day on Sept. 22. Reduce your carbon footprint by hopping on a bus or SunRunner for the day.
To tree or not to tree? Gulfport City Council discusses a new tree ordinance that would make removing trees more difficult for individuals.
Pinellas County officials expressed concern with the beach renourishment plans — or lack thereof — by the Army Corps of Engineers.
Gulfport City Council approved two resolutions to receive financial assistance grants from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
The St. Pete Beach Commission extended the State of Emergency on Sept. 5. Post-Idalia, the beach has eroded to a dangerous point.
Here’s the back story to what is happening to the expanded boat slips at Causeway Village in South Pasadena, Florida.
With major flooding from Hurricane Idalia, city officials along the beaches discuss the state of the barrier island beaches.
Hurricane Idalia brought some unusual visitors to the Tampa Bay Area: American Flamingos! The Gabber Newspaper talks with a local ornithologist who observed a visiting flock on Treasure Island.
Causeway Village dock expansion will be discussed Aug. 29 at South Pasadena’s City Hall Commission Chambers meeting.
Remembering the 1993 Tampa Bay oil spill: Thirty years ago, globs of oil ruined the shoreline of a beautiful afternoon along Redington Beach. Early on the morning of August 10, 1993, two tanker barges — the Bouchard 155 and Ocean 255 — had a collision with the freighter Balsa 37 near Mullet Key.
After bird rescue groups voiced concerns for injured birds, the State of Florida plans to implement new fishing rules at the Skyway Pier.
Check out the July 27 letters to the editor of The Gabber Newspaper. This week: Contracts with WinWay Homes.