The Gulfport Marina will get solar panels, the city will join a class-action lawsuit against major drugstores for their role in the opioid crisis and there’s a new face on the Planning and Zoning Board.
Gulfport Ward Three Councilmember Paul Ray cast the deciding no vote to increase the decibel level in Gulfport’s noise ordinance. Vice Mayor April Thanos and Ward Two Councilmember Christine Brown also voted against the ordinance change.
Here’s what happened at the June 1 Gulfport City Council meeting. Read the story for links to more in-depth articles about the decisions council made.
On Saturday, April 3, hundreds of kids scrambled to gather the plastic eggs hidden in plain sight in the Gulfport Recreation Center.
The Gulfport Historical Society’s Amanda Hagood tells us the story of how homegrown clovers traveled the world.
A St. Pete Beach restaurant recently ran a promotion to give free burgers to anyone named “Karen” – but hold the sense of entitlement.
A COVID-19 vaccine popup with the City of Gulfport, the Gulfport Senior Center and Pinellas County Emergency Management, upped the number of doses to 660.
The Pink Flamingo Tour offered a glimpse of Gulfport’s gardens on Saturday, March 6 as folks came out in some less-than-ideal weather.
Here’s more about the process of the Gabber’s Citizen Election Board in recommending who they believe will best serve Gulfport in wards two and four.
Sandals and paws alike hit Beach Boulevard on Saturday, February 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It was Gulfport’s 17th annual Get Rescued fundraiser.
The Gabber breaks down how each candidate for Gulfport City Council funded their campaigns.
The last round of candidate questions before the citywide election March 9 includes six ward-specific questions from readers and editorial staff.