Gulfport Council is still debating how to spend $6 million in COVID relief funds, plus Pia’s parking and a new fishing tournament get the green light.
Gulfport Merchants Chamber
Check out photos from the inaugural Fourth Saturday Fresh Market on July 24, welcoming popular Tuesday vendors back to Gulfport.
Gulfport Nutrition has the same fresh juices and fruit smoothies, but is adding a ribbon cutting to make things a little crisper. For those beloved businesses that missed the traditional “snip” during the long pandemic months, the Gulfport Merchant’s Chamber is offering a delayed redo. Check out free samples, prizes and music! Photo via […]
After a year of social distancing and event cancellations, Gulfport’s Gecko season is back and, organizers say, better than ever.
From Gulfport and St. Pete Pride, Fourth of July fireworks, summer movies and Geckofest – there’s tons to do this summer. Get your COVID shot and get out there!
Marsha Warner, volunteer with the Gulfport Merchants Chamber and former manager of Gulfport’s Tuesday Fresh Market, died at her home on Sunday, March 28.
Looking for something in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements that appeared in the April 1 issue of the Gabber.
Looking for something in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements that appeared in the March 25 issue of the Gabber.
Council’s newest outreach endeavor, Q & A with a Gulfport Councilmember, opens up an in-person forum for residents to ask questions outside of city hall.
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.
Gulfport’s biggest animal fundraiser, Get Rescued! will feature new COVID protocols along with the usual adorable, adoptable pets.
Despite a drizzly start, eager artists crowded Veterans Park for the Gulfport’s Fine Arts Festival on February 13 and 14.