Jail Bookings Report: Jan. 21 - 27: The following people were arrested by Gulfport Police between January 21 - 27, 2013. The information is provided by the Gulfport Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
Gulfport Mayor Candidates Weigh in on Financial Incentives for Artists: Sam Henderson and Bob Worthington answer the following reader submitted question: "Can we use the Waterfront District's Tax Increment Fund to create a program of financial incentives to recruit artists to relocate to the additional re-zoned commercial corridors along 54th and 56th Streets and side streets connecting to Beach Blvd., creating artist live/work spaces and galleries?"
Goodbye, Gulfport on the Rocks: The popular neighborhood bar has been sold, and the owner, Sherrye Doucette, is throwing one last 'hoorah' on Super Bowl Sunday.
Gulfport Post Office Gets a Face Lift: A $40,000 renovation project is under way at the Gulfport Post Office.
Introducing The Industrial Arts Center of Gulfport: Stop in and see the new and improved hot shop at the Industrial Arts Center of Gulfport! Board President Owen Pach is inviting everyone to stop in and see the new layout.
Bouquets Bloom at Bayside Florist & Sweets: The new Gulfport business offers fresh flowers, candy arrangements and gift baskets for all occasions.
St. Johns Students Donate to Senior Center: A group of St. Johns sixth-graders donated much needed pet food and supplies to the Gulfport Senior Center's food pantry.
VOTE: Who's Got the Craziest or Cutest Cat? Hahaha! These crazy and cute cats will make you laugh out loud and then some! Who do you think has the craziest or cutest cat? Vote today!
Scott's Education Plan: PR Stunt or the Real Deal?: As Florida Gov. Rick Scott calls on state legislators to increase funding for school by $1.2 billion some are skeptical about his intentions. We’d like to get your take on the governor’s proposals, Tampa Bay.
Rays Insist on Looking Outside St. Pete for Stadium, County Agrees: Rays ownership met with Pinellas County Commissioners Tuesday to talk about the Rays future in the area. County commissioners agreed that the Rays should be able to look at locations outside St. Petersburg.