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One of the goals of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) is to not only manage and conserve our abundant natural wonders but to also share Alabama's great outdoors … more
Matthew Henry wrote the following on January 1, 1713: “Firmly believing that my times are in God’s hand, I here submit myself and all my affairs for the ensuing year, to the wise and … more
The eagerly awaited 2024 Outdoor Alabama Photo Contest Exhibit is set to make its premiere at the EcoWild Outdoor Expo, slated for May 10-12 at the Mobile Convention Center in Mobile according to a … more
Gladiolus, sometimes known as sword lilies, are a staple of Southern gardens, known for their striking, upright spikes and delicate blooms. In zones 8 /9, such as those found in South Alabama, … more
Today, May 1, marks the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Month, a time when organizations like Mental Health America and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) rally to raise awareness … more
According to the 2023 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report compiled by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, there were 6,392 veteran suicides in 2021, averaging 17.5 veteran suicides … more
Countdown to 2024 Hangout Music Festival check: only 19 days until we are living our best music festival life on the white powder sand in Gulf Shores. There are seven new additions and changes to the … more
Amanda Williams, M.D., a psychiatrist based in the Montgomery area, assumed the role of president of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama during the organization's annual meeting held on … more
Multiple members of the Baldwin County Home Builders Association are among the distinguished recipients in the 2024 Alabama Remodeling Excellence Awards (AREA) competition, organized by the Home … more
In an engaging ceremony on Monday, April 22, second-graders from Rockwell and Stonebridge Elementary Schools gathered in the Rockwell Elementary School Cafeteria. The occasion marked the culmination … more
Baldwin County schools will come together on Wednesday, May 1 to acknowledge Spring Walk and Roll to School Day. Walk and Roll to School Day was initiated by the Baldwin County Safe Routes to School … more
NOAA Fisheries has issued a reminder to recreational fishermen regarding the reopening of the Gulf of Mexico greater amberjack recreational fishing season. The season is set to resume at 12:01 a.m. … more
DAPHNE — Butterflies: a symbol of happiness, hope and rebirth. To students at Daphne High School, butterflies represent a life of someone who passed away during the Holocaust. On June … more
Walking into Manci's is like walking back in time. The walls are covered in antiques, choochkies, bits and bobs. The largest collection in the building could be the Jim Beam decanter collection, … more
A group of felines are set to take over the Fairhope Bluffs. Not the catnip sniffing, claw scratching furry felines but the singing and dancing type. The 11th Annual Theatre on the Bluff is … more
For 52 years, Art in the Park has been a Mother's Day tradition in Baldwin County. The event continues to grow and evolve, and this year is no different. Organizers of the annual Art in the Park … more
In a heartwarming display of ingenuity and compassion, students at Gulf Shores High School's Center for Applied Design have undertaken a remarkable project to enhance the mobility of a child with a … more
After a ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court on Feb. 16, which states that frozen embryos can be considered children under state law, Mobile Infirmary announced on Feb. 22 they would halt IVF … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Growing food for family and friends doesn't require a half-acre commitment. Raised bed gardens offer an alternative for people who cannot garden because of limited garden … more
Happy weekend! It struck me today that we are approaching the end of April. Have we gotten enough April showers to bring those May flowers? You will not catch me complaining about the amazing spring … more
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