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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced at a news conference the upcoming hurricane season will be near normal and predicts a high chance for El Nino to form. According to the … more
The Marine Resources Division (MRD) of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) announced that as of 6 a.m., Thursday, June 1, all inside waters not permanently closed by … more
Many residents across the Gulf Coast from Mobile to Northwest Florida heard a mysterious boom just after 10 p.m. on Tuesday. The sound was the sonic boom of the SpaceX Dragon Freedom capsule … more
The City of Orange Beach announced on May 24 that the west side of the Perdido Pass Seawall Parkwill be closed for damage repairs caused by Hurricane Sally. According to a post released from the … more
FOLEY — A 97-year-old building that survived proposals to tear it down is now the office of the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce after being donated to the organization by the City of Foley. … more
FOLEY — Children in Foley now have a new place for recreation after the city-renamed Kids Park reopened Saturday following $1.2-million in renovations. The park is on West Verbena Avenue near … more
FOLEY — Gov. Kay Ivey awarded a grant to the Foley law enforcement agency. According to a news release, the Foley Police Department will receive $20,171 to purchase 11 new simulation pistols … more
Six Fairhope residents voiced their opinions and concerns over the upcoming Color Fairhope with Pride Festival and Drag Bunch during the public participation portion of a Fairhope City Council … more
Two Tennessee residents are in custody thanks to technology and swift police work. On May 25, 2023, a license plate recognition camera (LPR camera) alerted Orange Beach Police that a stolen … more
The Gulf Shores Police Department has released new details of the fatal accident in Gulf Shores that occurred Wednesday, May 24 . A 13-year-old boy visiting Gulf Shores from Gainestown was … more
PERDIDO BAY — Oysters in Perdido and Pensacola bays are in critical condition. Seagrass is returning, so are manatees. But bacterial concentrations continue to rise. None of this is new … more
GULF SHORES – Gulf Shores Police are investigating a fatal accident that has left one dead after a cyclist collided with a dump truck in the 200 block of Gulf Shores Parkway at 1:15 p.m., … more
FAIRHOPE — Baldwin County Commission recently recognized a state trooper for his bravery and heroic efforts in an incident that occurred on April 9. According to the Alabama Law … more
FOLEY — Adding more streets where golf carts are allowed should increase connectivity around Foley for residents wanting alternatives to standard cars and trucks. Foley City Council voted … more
FOLEY — An agreement between Foley and the Baldwin County Public School System will improve local school athletic fields and give city recreation teams more locations on which to play and … more
FAIRHOPE — The Baldwin County Building Department office located inside the at 1100 Fairhope Ave. will be relocating to the office across the hall currently occupied by the Alabama Department … more
GULF SHORES — When you hear "Hangout Music Festival," what comes to mind? Does your mind rage over the worry of traffic congestion, the 35,000 tourists dancing on the beach and the loss of … more
Gulf Shores residents and business owners were given a chance to express their concerns over the possible 24-month closure of W. 1st St. for the imminent construction of an Embassy Suites hotel. … more
Hangout Music Festival 2023 had beautiful but hot weather, and the nearly 35,000 festival goers were on overall good behavior as they enjoyed over 80 musical acts across six stages. The Gulf Shores … more
ROBERTSDALE — A local veteran and wants to help raise money to bring a Vietnam War memorial wall to his city. Comm. Kenneth Marsh, a Robertsdale resident, approached Mayor Charles Murphy to … more
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