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.
In a scaled back event, there were no more than 200 players February 13 and 14 at the annual VetSports Beach Volleyball Tournament.
Read letters and commentary for the Gabber Newspaper from the week of February 18.
Despite a drizzly start, eager artists crowded Veterans Park for the Gulfport’s Fine Arts Festival on February 13 and 14.
With an aging congregation and the challenges of a global pandemic, Congregation Beth Sholom of Gulfport is closing its doors.
The Master Association President and her staff emailed and went door to door to alert Town Shores residents about the opportunity.
This week’s business beat highlights a new, family take-out spot, an oasis for creatives and a three sisters’ “unique” shop.
Participants waved signs and chanted to end gun violence at the second End the Violence demonstration on February 6 on 49th Street South.
The Gulfport Fine Arts Festival in Veteran’s Park this weekend is scaled back this year, but the featured artwork is as original as ever.