St. Petersburg College unveils plans for new marine science center in Bay Pines

  SEMINOLE– About 20 people, plus 10 with council members, slowly filtered into City Hall for the Seminole City Council meeting on a damp Tuesday, to hear matters of the city and state. Florida House Representative Larry Ahearn, R-District 66, spoke first about the current legislative priorities for the upcoming year. A challenge of aContinue reading “St. Petersburg College unveils plans for new marine science center in Bay Pines”

Mangia Gourmet brings the healthy to Gulfport

GULFPORT — The distinct aroma of arugula, basil and balsamic vinaigrette fill the room as a diva is greeted at the front door with pale pink calla lilies and balloons. But, wait, a diva? Well, for the day at least. The Diva For A Day Foundation selects a woman every few weeks, who is orContinue reading “Mangia Gourmet brings the healthy to Gulfport”

3 Must See’s at the Gulfport Market

GULFPORT – Usually, if you’ve seen one fresh market then you’ve pretty much seen them all. Fresh, locally grown or organic produce, hand-made trinkets and jewelry, and tourist-looking people with their dogs are common sights at fresh markets, and the Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market is no different. But Gulfport also has its unique qualities, ifContinue reading “3 Must See’s at the Gulfport Market”

Seminole Preps for Palmetto

SEMINOLE – It’s a cool Saturday morning and basketball coach Josh Walker is in the Seminole High School gymnasium with his team. Preparation for the upcoming Class 7A region semifinal versus Palmetto started with a three-hour coach’s meeting that started at 7 a.m. Seminole’s head coach Josh Walker, 34, along with assistant coaches Greg Tipton,Continue reading “Seminole Preps for Palmetto”