Week in Review: Halloween in Gulfport, Bill Clinton in St. Pete, 'Fine Arts Friday'

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Photos: Gulfport Celebrates Halloween: Dozens of puppies, dogs, moms and dads packed The Art Village Courtyard Wednesday night. Participants hoped to snag the titles for best Doggie Halloween Costumes during the annual party and contest.

Photos Chosen for Gulfport Patch's Facebook Cover Photos in November!: We've chosen our next cover photos for the Gulfport Patch Facebook page!

Bill Clinton: Obama's 'Policies Are Working': The former president received an enthusiastic welcome from voters in St. Petersburg, Florida, Friday.

Obama-Romney Race Too Close to Call in Florida: Poll: A poll puts President Barack Obama at 48 percent and Gov. Mitt Romney at 47 percent. Here's a look at political news around the state.

(VIDEO) Charlie Crist: 'Florida Has a Friend in This President': Former Gov. Charlie Crist excited a crowd of about 1,000 supporters Friday night at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg. Prior to introducing Former President Bill Clinton, Crist rallied people and ignited chants supporting President Barack Obama.

Romney Promises 'Real Change': Gov. Mitt Romney expounded on his 5-point plan during a speech in Tampa Wednesday. Notables in the crowd included former Tampa Mayor Dick Greco, a Democrat.

Biden Addresses Sarasota and Bradenton Voters at Campaign Rally: Vice President Joe Biden stumps in Sarasota to address the president's jobs and economic plan.

Superstorm Sandy: How You Can Help: Here is how Tampa Bay area residents' donations can aid victims in most affected areas.

A Missing Leg Won't Slow Down Mila: Mila, a three-legged pit mix at Pinellas County Animal Services, could use a home with love.

Patch Minute: 'Fine Arts Friday' Tonight in Gulfport: Everyone is invited to Fine Arts Friday tonight at 6 p.m. in Gulfport! Watch this week's Patch Minute and hear from local artists about the event!


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