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Museum Porch Party Draws Crowd

Museum Porch Party Draws Crowd

Gulfport, Florida -- For a porch party, not a lot of attendees stayed on the porch – they were too busy inside the Gulfport Historical Museum, exploring displays they’d never seen and discussing new ideas.

Chase to open new location in old Boston Market

Chase to open new location in old Boston Market

St. Petersburg, Florida -- Chase customers will soon find a new Chase branch on 4th Street North at 38th Avenue North, the former location of Boston Market. Construction has begun on the project.

Chase recently moved it's North Shore location also on 4th Street North a block north from the corner of 8th Avenue North, adding a drive thru service.

Workshopping History and Gulfport’s Birthday at Your Museum

Workshopping History and Gulfport’s Birthday at Your Museum

Gulfport, Florida -- If you missed the June porch party at the Gulfport History Museum, don’t worry – they have plenty of other chances for everyone to get together.

Coming up next is a workshop on Friday, July 26.

Shooting Through the Raindrops

Shooting Through the Raindrops

Gulfport, Florida --  At Saturday’s intermediate digital photography workshop, attendees braved the rain to hone their skills. In the first workshop, students learned how to use the basic functions on their camera. This past Saturday they put those skills to the test, despite the rain.

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Council member hosts info session about "The Lens"

Council member hosts info session about "The Lens"

St. Petersburg, Florida -- Council Member Leslie Curran will hold a public information session to clarify some of the issues associated with the new St. Petersburg Pier called "The Lens."

The event will be held on Wednesday, July 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the Garden Room at Sunken Gardens, 1825 Fourth Street North. 

Taxes Rise With property values

Taxes Rise With property values

GULFPORT – The good news? Gulfport property values are on the rise again. The not-as-great-news? That means some property owners will pay more if council doesn’t lower the tax rate.

Some city facilities closed on July 4

Some city facilities closed on July 4

St. Petersburg, Florida -- During the Fourth of July holiday week, residential trash collections in St. Petersburg normally made on Thursday will be on Wednesday.

Monday, Tuesday and Friday collections will remain the same July 1 to 5.

City facilities closed on Thursday, July 4 for the Independence Day holiday include: