From one beach to another, here’s how Tampa Bay raised money for Hurricane Ian relief.
The Treasure Island and Madeira Beach Chamber of Commerce is hosting an ongoing gift card and cash drive for for the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce, an area hard-hit by Hurricane Ian.
Two kayakers took shelter on a sailboat during Hurricane Ian. Police have charged them with burglary.
And you thought that pile of limbs in your yard was big. Picture this: a 2,000-square-foot, four-story building. That’s how much vegetation Gulfport sanitation workers have collected since Ian blew through Florida. The only question now: What to do with it?
With every storm, government officials learn more and tweak the process. Thanks to lessons learned in 2017, Gulfport fared better than some of its neighbors during Hurricane Ian.
From Indian Rocks Beach to Gulfport, here’s a list of places accepting donations for those hardest hit by Hurricane Ian.
The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce rerouted future funds from the 2022 Taste of the Beaches to benefit The Islands of Sanibel Captiva Chamber. The islands suffered major damage from Hurricane Ian, including the islands’ only bridge back to the mainland.
Cities across South Pinellas and on the beaches have started collected yard debris from Hurricane Ian. Here’s what you need to know in your city.
Duke Energy reports almost 700,000 outages for their Florida customers. Here’s what we know (and what we don’t) about when your neighborhood could get power restored.
St. Pete Beach has 12 lift stations offline, which means the City cannot handle moving water. They ask that anyone on the beach refrain from using any water.
The Gabber Newspaper’s print edition will be delayed this week. Here’s why.
The Gabber partnered with the Gulfport Beach Bazaar to bring you a 24/7 live webcam of Gulfport’s Beach Boulevard. If Ian comes anywhere near Gulfport, this camera will let you see what’s happening from the safety of your own home or hotel room.