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Outdoors professionals from around the country converged on Mobile and Riverview Plaza last week to brainstorm on recruitment, retention and reactivation (R3) of hunters, anglers and other outdoors … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY—Just because you didn't pick up on your grandmother's superior canning skills doesn't mean that you can't master this art form. Spend some time with the Alabama Cooperative … more
State and local officials have provided an update on the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway project following its 60-day review period. The Alabama Department of Transportation has analyzed plans with … more
The Alabama Housing Finance Authority (AHFA) is now accepting entries for its third annual National Homeownership Month art contest. Held each June, the contest celebrates the impact and value … more
According to professionals at USA Health, a warm hug between a parent and child can mend more than meets the eye, with science backing up the benefits of this simple yet powerful act. To … more
Dust off your Hawaiian shirt and find your parrot hat. Jimmy Buffett may be gone, but his legacy continues. The Coral Reefer Band is set to perform at The Orange Beach Amphitheater Aug. 1. … more
The warmer weather means Alabamians are spending more time outdoors, which can lead to more exposure to ticks which then can transmit diseases. Tick-borne diseases and illnesses have been on the … more
Mediacom Communications announced the selection of Henley Hollis, a senior at Gulf Shores High School, as a recipient of the company's World Class Scholarship Program. The $1,000 scholarship … more
Maura Hawkins of Gulf Shores recently was awarded a study abroad grant worth $1,000 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all … more
The Zachariah Godbold Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Bay Minette, presents the chapter’s Claire Kimbrough Bryant Scholarship to Savannah Grace Cale, a 2024 … more
There are so many great things about summer, but it's also prime insect season. Oftentimes, common summer insects will continue to cause problems into the fall months. While flying insects can be a … more
Alabama Arise and Alabama Values recently announced the launch of the Think Big Alabama: Empowering Voices for Change program. The Think Big Alabama program is a four-part advocacy training … more
Gardenias, with their intoxicating fragrance and stunning white blooms, are a favorite among gardeners and floral enthusiasts alike. But did you know these beautiful flowers are also edible? … more
Elevating your outdoor space into a luxurious retreat that rivals a high-end resort is a dream that many homeowners share. Whether you're renovating your current property, planning a complete … more
Thomas Hospital may be growing. Gulf Health Hospitals Inc., doing business as Thomas Hospital in Fairhope, is trying to get approved for construction of a four-story addition. The site plan went … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) and Auburn University's College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) have forged a partnership designed to improve … more
Father's Day is just around the corner, and if you've given Dad one too many ties in previous years, let this cool and creative gift guide inspire you to think a bit differently this time around. … more
Feeding Alabama, formerly known as the Alabama Food Bank Association, has announced the kick-off of its annual Summer Meals Program. The initiative aims to provide no-cost meals to children … more
Not all summer camps involve swimming and capture the flag. For a group of female students across Baldwin County, theirs involved power tools and wood saws. The Professional Women in Building … more
During election years, uncertainty over the future can shake investor confidence. To help you navigate finances during this election cycle, work with a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) professional … more
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