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Foley National Guard veterans came together in a reunion to commemorate the two-decade milestone since their deployment to Iraq and subsequent safe return. Members of Company C of the 711th … more
The Fairhope Civic Center was lively with activity Thursday, Jan. 25, for the State of the City Expo. The main hall of the civic center was lined with tables representing each department within … more
In 2020, Baldwin County became the fourth-largest county in Alabama by population. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, it has been the fastest-growing county in Alabama since 2010. To adjust to … more
City planners are set to engage with residents and officials in Foley during the month of February, marking a significant step in the formulation of a strategic plan aimed at steering the community's … more
FAIRHOPE — Alabama Arise arranged a community gathering in Fairhope to address issues impacting people across the state and in Baldwin County while also expressing their expectations for this … more
Have you noticed those orange cones lining Highway 59 north of the bridge? Construction officially began last week for the city of Gulf Shores' project to add a third southbound lane heading onto the … more
Fairhope Mayor Sherry Sullivan is set to present her annual State of the City address at the Fairhope Civic Center on Thursday, Jan. 25, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event promises to be … more
In a move aimed at safeguarding services during storms and optimizing rights-of-way, the Foley City Council has voted to implement a one-year moratorium on the installation of new overhead utility … more
The city of Foley recognized the exemplary achievements of two firefighters, David Snyder and Lee Taylor, during the City Council meeting on Jan. 16. The commendation came after the first responders … more
A historic collaboration between Foley and the U.S. Navy, spanning over 80 years, is set to expand with a recent agreement for the city to provide services at Barin Field. The Foley City Council … more
In an investigation spanning the past two weeks, the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office has been involved in a case that originated as a financial crime but ultimately led to charges related to elder … more
Is there a vehicle you don't recognize hanging out on your street or even pulling into your driveway? It might be there to make sure your address is correct and available for emergency … more
Retraining a reliable and large enough workforce in Baldwin County is not a new story, but a local organization is taking new steps to recruit and keep top talent. The Baldwin County Economic … more
State Representative Jennifer Fidler (R-Silverhill) is set to engage with constituents through a series of town hall events this month, offering updates on forthcoming legislation ahead of the … more
In response to the rapid expansion of Foley, one of the area's fastest-growing cities, Mayor Ralph Hellmich took the opportunity to update residents on infrastructure and upcoming projects during a … more
Residents and visitors in Foley are invited to actively participate in shaping the future trajectory of Baldwin County's fastest-growing city through a series of public meetings scheduled for Feb. 7 … more
Foley's plans for the recently annexed Mills community are set to include new sidewalks, following the approval of a resolution by the City Council. The council voted to greenlight the … more
Fairhope has finally given the Triangle property a name, and work is set to begin on phase one soon. Fairhope City Council approved changing the name of the property to Flying Creek Nature … more
The City of Gulf Shores announced the lowest bidder of a contract for the construction of a detour needed in conjunction with the anticipated pedestrian bridge being built across the intracoastal. … more
Alabamians working extra hours can now enjoy a boost in their take-home pay thanks to a new bill that eliminated state income tax on overtime pay for hourly workers. This bill went into effect … more
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