Week in Review: Son Killed in Benghazi Honored, Gulfport Post Office Saved, Elderly Woman Robbed at ATM

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Video: Son Killed in Benghazi Attack Honored by Vietnam Veteran Dad: Vietnam veteran Ray Smith learned about his son's Sept. 11 death on TV. Finally, he is able to say goodbye.

Gulfport Post Office Saved!: The old-fashioned Gulfport Post Office – inside the Gulfport Beach Bazaar – will not be stamped out, after all.

ATM Robber Bits Man Trying to Help Elderly Victim: A man was bitten when he tried to stop a robber from grabbing cash from a 70-year-old woman at the Wells Fargo ATM. The thief got away.

What's Next for RV Regulations?: City leaders are trying to sculpt an ordinance that would allow people to keep recreational vehicles.

Jail Bookings Report: Dec. 1 - 9: The following people were arrested between December 1 - 9. The information is provided by the Gulfport Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

DUI Checkpoints Planned During the Holidays: Florida state troopers plan a special enforcement to crack down on impaired motorists who may be out celebrating the holidays and drive while intoxicated.

5 Reasons to Shop Local: From local artists to mom and pop restaurants, shopping local this holiday season not only supports your neighbors, it also gives back to your community.

Meet City Candidates for March Elections: Candidates for Ward 2 and 4 are unopposed, however, there are two candidates vying for your votes in the mayoral race.

5 Tips to Cope With Holiday Grief: Seniors, especially, may recall memories of happier times during the holidays – times that older people miss.

Toys for Tots Needs Your Help: Pinellas County Toys for Tots desperately needs about 130,000 toys for children this year. Here's where you can donate in Gulfport.


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