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AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Riding on the wings of a successful first year, the Cooptastic conference is back for year two. The conference — designed for backyard poultry owners — will take … more
Gulf Coast Media's 2024 Best of Baldwin readers' choice contest has officially concluded and winners have been announced, signaling the potential rise of scammers eager to exploit participants. … more
Recent data released sheds light on the challenges confronting Alabama farmers, highlighting a tough reality. High input costs, coupled with low profit margins and farm consolidation, have … more
Now that the white-tailed deer season has ended, hunters will likely turn their attention once again to small game like rabbits, squirrels, and the bobwhite quail, although quail hunting is nothing … more
For Baldwin and Mobile commuters accustomed to the convenience of the Bankhead Tunnel, the past week brought unexpected detours and delays as the landmark tunnel underwent vital upgrades. Forced to … more
In workplaces across the United States, advocates for mental health are spearheading internal progress, influencing organizational change and proposing practices to better support the mental health … more
Applications are now open for several scholarships offered by the South Baldwin Education Foundation, for students across Baldwin County. According to the official website, applications will close on … more
Alabama hospitals and fertility clinics are reacting to the Alabama Supreme Court’s recent ruling that frozen embryos can be considered children under state law. When the court made its … more
Did you know this week is college application week? From Feb. 19-23, over 50 colleges across the country will be offering college applications without the pressure of fees. Participating … more
Get ready to head off to the races, as the Ronald McDonald House of Mobile is only weeks away from hosting their first rubber ducky regatta event at OWA on March 23. According to Ellen Jackson, … more
Alabama hospitals and fertility clinics are reacting to the Alabama Supreme Court’s recent ruling that frozen embryos can be considered children under state law. When the court made its … more
Patients at Children’s of Alabama were treated to a heartwarming Valentine's Day celebration, courtesy of the kindness and generosity of community members. Collaborating with Spire, the … more
Stephanie Leigh Hall knows about keeping rhythm and beat. She is a well-known musician around Northwest Florida, so it is nothing new to her. She also found a new rhythm of life as the very first … more
Thousands of AT&T cellular customers found themselves without service this morning due to a widespread outage affecting the United States, rendering them unable to make calls, send texts or … more
The weather is warming, the sun is shining and festival season is here. Bring your appetite and desire to have a fun day to The Wharf for the 32nd Annual Orange Beach Seafood Festival and MAAAC Car … more
If you are trying to find a fun event happening this weekend you are in luck. The events happening across the Alabama Gulf Coast this weekend vary from authors and boats to orchids and oysters. Start … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Throughout this year, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System is offering private pesticide applicator trainings at many county Extension offices and other locations across … more
Proposed amendments and bills that could affect Alabama's Public Libraries have the Friends of the Fairhope Public Library encouraging patrons to write letters to Alabama lawmakers. Randal Wright … more
Alabama Secretary of State Wes Allen is reminding Alabama voters of crucial deadlines for absentee voting ahead of the upcoming election cycle. According to Allen, county absentee election … more
In the warm and sunny climate of South Alabama, where the weather is perfect for growing a variety of fruits, blueberries stand out as a delightful and healthful choice for home cultivation. The end … more
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