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Foley city officials are collaborating with consultants to devise a comprehensive safety plan aimed at enhancing traffic safety along key thoroughfares within South Baldwin County. This initiative, … more
The city of Foley is seeking residents’ memories and memorabilia of World War II in order to help create a museum exhibit and other displays commemorating the era. Recently named as a … more
DAPHNE — A planned expansion project at Daphne High School is one step closer after Daphne City Council voted to donate 14 acres to the Baldwin County Board of Education during the April 1 city … more
DAPHNE — A large parcel of undeveloped property between County Road 13 and Friendship Road took one more step toward becoming a nearly 600-home mixed use development. The Rowan Oak development … more
Kathleen Parker's remarkable journey, beginning as a librarian earning 50 cents an hour, concluded in over four decades of service to the Foley Public Library. Recognizing her enduring commitment, … more
The Foley City Council has approved an ordinance that imposes restrictions on large trucks traversing Kenny Stabler Avenue, prohibiting vehicles with more than two axles, such as semi-trailer rigs, … more
The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT), alongside the chairmen of the Eastern Shore Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and the Mobile Metropolitan Planning Organization, announced in … more
In a significant boost towards local economic development, Mayor Sherry Sullivan announced that City of Fairhope is set to receive $3 million in congressionally directed funding as part of the … more
The suspected shooter in an incident that injured one in Gulf Shores on March 27 has been arrested. Gregory D. Tate III, an 18-year-old from Bay Minette, was taken into custody April 2 by the … more
An ambulatory surgery center is in the works for Foley, positioned near the expanding South Baldwin Regional Medical Center. The Foley Planning Commission, during its March session, voted to … more
A large parcel of undeveloped property between County Road 13 and Friendship Road could soon see major development. The Rowan Oak development is a partnership with landowners Sharon, John, Thomas, … more
Efforts are underway to extend East Jessamine Avenue in Foley, aiming to improve vehicle and pedestrian access from the City Hall complex to Heritage Park and beyond. City crews are  … more
GULF SHORES (2:30 p.m., March 29) - Gulf Shores Police have released the identity of the man arrested shortly after the March 27 altercation that led to one person being shot in the leg. Jaytwon … more
The fate of the Magnolia Spring Public Library still hangs in the balance as a vote on the resolution to dissolve its board and close the library has been tabled until April. Originally … more
At its recent meeting, the Foley City Council approved a project aimed at enhancing Philomene Holmes Boulevard, with a focus on improving access to the Graham Creek Nature Preserve. The initiative … more
GULF SHORES (3:30 p.m.) - The Gulf Shores Police Department released more information regarding last night’s alterations that led to one person being shot in the leg. Before being taken … more
Foley residents are invited to a Safety Action Plan meeting on Monday, April 1. The meeting is to discuss addressing road safety concerns within the community. The meeting is  scheduled to take … more
The City of Gulf Shores released more details about last night’s alterations that led to one person being shot in the leg. Gulf Shores Public Information Officer Grant Brown said his … more
Gulf Shores Police are investigating after an altercation led to one person being shot in the leg at Gulf Place in Gulf Shores last night. A suspect was taken into custody at the Gulf Shores … more
Hundreds of thousands of Alabamians could lose their ability to afford internet if the Federal Communication Commission does not renew the Affordable Connectivity Program. The ACP is an FCC … more
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