Gulfport Council continues their discussion on $5 million in COVID relief funds; a new noise ordinance goes for a test drive and the LGBTQ Resource Center gets a check.
National Poetry Month ends with the announcement of “Gateway: Gulfport Poets,” the work of 12 hometown poets, edited by Gulfport Poet Laureate Peter Hargitai.
In heated statements, Councilmember Brown took aim at her recent Ward 2 opponent, Mike Bauer, and Councilmember April Thanos over alleged political attacks.
Tuesday, March 9, Gulfport voters narrowly decided to retain their representatives on Gulfport City Council for Ward 2 and Ward 4.
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.
A debate between the five candidates vying for a spot on Gulfport’s City Council hit on myriad topics at the Hickman Theater on February 11.
Watch the full video from the February 11, Gabber and Gulfport Merchants Chamber debate for Gulfport City Council candidates.
UPDATED: Gulfport’s election season is here. On Monday, December 14, the City of Gulfport announced the six qualified candidates who will be running for Ward 2 and 4.
Vice Mayor Michael Fridovich was elected by five municipal entities to become the newest appointee on the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority Board of Directors.
Gulfport City Council finalized utility rate increases and also talked to the GMC about bringing the Tuesday Fresh Market back, safely.
At the August 4 Gulfport Council meeting, councilmembers spent the bulk of their time discussing future development projects and a review of the proposed budget.