The City of Gulfport will award this year’s Gulfport Halloween decoration winners plaques at the next council meeting Nov. 7.
On Oct. 28, Gulfport Witches Walk held its sixth annual witch gathering. The Gabber Newspaper’s live cams caught it all on tape.
PSTA offers free SunRunner rides all day for Halloween on Central on Oct. 29. The City closed 22 blocks of Central Avenue for this event.
Make Gulfport ghoulish with Gulfport’s Halloween Decorations Contest. Enter by Oct. 25. Winners announced at next City Council meeting.
The fifth conjuring of the Witches of Gulfport’s annual Witches Walk drew its largest crowd ever, which could prompt community organizers to seek an alternative venue next year. Police arrived and asked the witches to clear the streets. Organizers did not pull a permit for the event.
In the shadow of a deadly pandemic, Gulfport may have started a few new holiday traditions, including a Treat-or-Treat Candy Chute.
The Gabber looks at the history of Halloween – from turnip Jack-o’-lanterns to bonfires and costumes – and a few local hauntings
The Gabber’s first window painting competition for kids, Halloweendows, sponsored by the City of Gulfport, made spooky scenes up and down Gulfport Boulevard on October 24.
More than 50 contestants came out Saturday, October 24 to Gulfport Beach Bazaar’s Fifth Annual Pet Costume Contest. Now is the time to vote!
Halloween isn’t just about candy for kids; from Safety Harbor to Gulfport, there’s more than one local culinary treat for adults too.
In honor of the most frightful day of the year, we asked three readers: What’s the scariest book you’ve ever read?
One Gulfport couple goes all-out with their Halloween decorations – even if the holiday celebrations look a little different this year.