Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Friday that he will lower the coronavirus vaccine eligibility age to 50 starting Monday. The Republican governor, speaking at a news conference in Tallahassee, said that Florida has seen “relatively modest” demand for the vaccine in recent days. He reiterated that vaccinations would likely be expanded to all Floridians 16 and... Continue Reading →
Please remember to mark your calendars for the upcoming Garage Sale. It will take place March 20 8am-2pm with a rain date if needed on March 21. There will be ads in the Tampa Bay Times on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the Gulfport Gabber on the Thursday Edition before the sale, and on Yard Sale... Continue Reading →
Just go to a website called MyVaccine. This is NOT going to sign you up for a vaccine but it will sign you up to be alerted when you are eligible.
President: Ron Gicka Vice President: Shiela Eveland Treasurer: Joan Muth Recording Secretary: Laurie Thompson Corresponding Secretary: George Eveland Membership: George Eveland Past President: Dave Muth
Tropical storm ETA beached a handful of boats that the city had to pay to move. A city spokesman said for the former captains of these ships to get the boats off the beach it would have cost about $4,000 dollars. That’s money they didn’t have, so they turned it over to the city. WFLA... Continue Reading →
He was found wandering around Villas del Verde Wednesday at noon. Nice people spotted him and took him to the Gulfport Animal Clinic where the techs scanned him and found a chip, but the info was outdated. Through vigilance, they found the owner and Harry is back home. GREAT JOB everyone.
You probably have seen the sailboat that got blown ashore in South Pasadena during the tropical storm. But you should see the sign that the owner posted on it:
Albert Pike of St. Pete bought a one-million dollar winning off card from the Publix in South Pasadena. The pricey $30 card is part of the "THE FASTEST ROAD TO $1,000,000" Scratch-Off game run by the Florida Lottery. Scratch-off games represent 75% of lottery ticket sales. The supermarket will get a $2,000 reward for selling... Continue Reading →
The Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish Shareholders’ Alliance says over the next few months, as many as 40 commercial fishermen in Madeira Beach will offload up to 20,000 pounds of red grouper and red snapper. With the help of several area businesses, the fish will then be donated to St. Petersburg Free Clinic for distribution... Continue Reading →
The official announcement will come next week, but Florida schools will offer online classes next semester. The state’s K-12 pandemic plan for the second semester of classes will be laid out in a new emergency order, probably before Thanksgiving, education commissioner Richard Corcoran said at a State Board of Education meeting. The Department of Education... Continue Reading →