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FAIRHOPE — Two grants totaling more than $1.7 million could help Fairhope prevent future sewage spills and improve drainage across the area, city officials said.The Fairhope City Council voted … more
Baldwin County has been awarded federal funds made available through the department of homeland security (DHS)/federal emergency management agency under the emergency food and shelter national board … more
FOLEY – In an effort to relieve traffic stress on Alabama 59, Foley is extending Juniper Street south from where it now ends at Baldwin County 20. more
FOLEY — A proposal for a subdivision near Graham Creek that drew protests from residents of surrounding neighborhoods will not be heard by the Foley Planning Commission until May.The plan for … more
ROBERTSDALE – With hurricane season approaching, Robertsdale officials are working on an agreement to clarify which agency will be picking up debris from local highways when the next storm hits. more
GULF SHORES – Commercial airline flights will be taking off from the Gulf Shores International Airport by September under plans being considered by the city council. more
ROBERTSDALE — While one source of federal funding is not feasible for extending the Baldwin Beach Express, other programs in the new infrastructure bill could provide needed money for local county projects, officials said Thursday, April 21. more
ORANGE BEACH – Design flaws in the new Baldwin County boat launch site on the Intracoastal Waterway have pushed back the official open for the facility, a county statement said Thursday. more
FAIRHOPE – The Baldwin County Commission resumed presenting Environmental Stewardship Awards for the first time in more than a decade, recognizing nine individuals and organizations Tuesday, … more
FAIRHOPE — A request to develop 1.77 acres on U.S. 98 as a five-unit commercial site led to a discussion on whether compact car parking is primarily being used for golf carts and should be changed. more
GULF SHORES — The first step in a $3.55-million project to improve the road running north of the Intracoastal Waterway is moving forward with action by the Gulf Shores City Council. more
FAIRHOPE — A plan to link existing and planned bicycle and walking trails around Baldwin County could allow cyclists and pedestrians to travel across the region on a network of pathways. more
ROBERTSDALE — A growing population is leading to local sewage treatment plants increasing capacity and a question of where the treated water left over from the process can be disposed of. more
FAIRHOPE — The city of Fairhope approved an annual resurfacing plan that was over 25% more than expected, leading one city council member to warn about the need to plan for higher prices in the future. more
GULF SHORES — Street signs damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sally in 2020 and other markers needing replacement or new installations will be installed under plans presented to the Gulf Shores City Council. more
SPANISH FORT — The city of Spanish Fort will vote Monday, April 18 on taking over firefighting duties in the municipal jurisdiction. more
SILVERHILL – Silverhill has stopped charging the municipal fuel tax in an effort to reduce prices residents and visitors are paying at the pump, Mayor Jared Lyles said. more
SPANISH FORT — A 144-acre parcel of waterfront property on the Mobile-Tensaw Delta will soon become public property under plans being prepared in Spanish Fort. more
DAPHNE — Daphne voters will go to the polls in September to decide if the community will become the fourth in Baldwin County to impose a three-mill property tax to support local schools under plans being considered by the city council. more
"He got her as soon as she walked out of the door."It sounds like the opening line of a horror novel. But it is how Stephen Hickman describes the very real nightmare his daughter endured.Hickman is … more
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