Week in Review: Worthington Fish Fry, Sue Frank Retires, City Wide Yard Sale
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Congratulations, Sue Frank, on Your Retirement!: Senior Center Supervisor Sue Frank celebrates a new milestone in her life – retirement. Frank is credited with creating one of the best centers in the state. Friends say her passion will surely be missed at the Gulfport Senior Center.
Video: Worthington Fish Fry Celebrates Tradition: For at least a quarter of a century the Worthington brothers, Bob and Lou, have served up tradition straight from the fryer to the plate!
Photo Gallery: Fall Exhibits at the Museum: Did you know in 1953, it cost about $110 a month to live in Gulfport. In the 1970s, a condo at Town Shore could go for $14,495 and a ticket to Disney World was only $5.75. Stop by the museum and check out the new displays!
Gulfport Firefighters 'Fight' for Breast Cancer Awareness: Gulfport Firefighters are not only raising trying to increase awareness by "thinking pink," they're also sharing how breast cancer has affected the women in their lives.
Gulfport Fire Station a 'Safe Haven': The Gulfport Fire Department is a "safe haven" location for mothers, fathers or others to leave unharmed newborns with no questions asked.
Register Now for Gulfport's City Wide Yard Sale: The deadline to sign up for the City Wide Yard Sale is Friday, Oct. 26.
'Fine Arts Friday' Adds New Dimension to Gulfport Art Walk: Gulfport’s long established First Friday Art Walk will evolve this season with the addition of a block of Beach Boulevard devoted specifically to working fine artists and artisans.
Florida's Ballot Amendements: What Yes Votes Mean: Florida voters have a whopping 11 proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution to decide in the November election.
Hunger-Free Kids Act: Is it Leaving Your Kids Hungry?: As parents and students around the country complain about the new legislation and its impacts on school lunches, we want to hear from you Tampa Bay.
Does Obama Hold Narrow Lead in Florida, Swing States?: A poll suggests President Barack Obama maintains a slender lead against Gov. Mitt Romney.