Stay connected, Gulfport. The Gulfport Historical Society is hosting it’s annual community meeting. Agenda items include reports from the Gulfport Historical Society’s president and treasurer, a vote on revised bylaws for […]
The Tuesday Fresh Market just got a little more interesting. This is Gulfport’s chance to get to know councilmembers, one by one. Ask questions and make comments, respectfully every third […]
Navy veteran, Gulfport resident and war hero Steven J. Robin will be honored with a plaque in memory of his many years of service. City of Gulfport Councilmember Michael Fridovich […]
Gulfportians stay informed, in person or online. Join The City of Gulfport and fellow residents either in person or through recorded video on the city website. This is the best […]
Looking for something in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements that appeared in the March 25 issue of the Gabber.
Keep Gulfport beautiful and litter free at this community clean up event. Hand sanitizer, pickers, gloves and pails will be provided. Meet at shelter #4 on Gulfport Beach and get […]
Looking to free your shelves of last years cookbooks and quarantine reads? The Circle of Friends of the Gulfport Public Library is sponsoring a socially, physically distanced, drive through book […]
The Gabber Newspaper and the Gulfport Merchants Chamber of Commerce will jointly host the Gulfport Candidate Debates in the Catherine A. Hickman Theater. Social distancing and mask protocols enforced; families […]
Calling all superheroes! The Gulfport Historical Society’s first porch party since the pandemic took hold celebrates Gulfport’s wonderful spirit of civic pride and the everyday heroes who give so much to this town. In recognition of our theme, we invite everyone to come dressed as their favorite superheroes and superheroines! And don’t forget your mask! We also encourage you to bring your own picnic supper, or check out our event website for some order-ahead grab-and-go options we can provide on site!
On Tuesday, September 29, a sizable, masked crowd gathered to celebrate a grand opening like none other – the grand reopening of the City of Gulfport.
Teen Night is designed to help relieve the stress of the “new normal” for both parents and kids.
Gabber food writer Jen Ring takes on the most Gulfport of all recipes: the Geckotini.