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BAY MINETTE — No county in Alabama can ever move the location of their county seat again, thanks to Baldwin County. In fact, the home of Baldwin's jail, courthouse and records was quite the … more
The pace of the real estate market in Baldwin County continues to operate at a slower speed than recent years. Baldwin REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS) reports a year-over-year increase … more
Novelis Inc., a leading sustainable aluminum solutions provider and world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling that is building a facility in Baldwin County, and Southern Company, have … more
FOLEY — More than three years after the project was first proposed, work to build or expand more than 1.5 miles of sidewalks linking Foley schools with growing residential areas should start … more
SUMMERDALE — A newly constructed Baldwin County Animal Shelter intake building has started assisting in the way animals are cared for and find their forever home. With new upgrades, … more
Electric bikes, called e-bikes, have grown in popularity over the past few years, prompting discussion regarding the legitimacy and safety of the vehicles. Robertsdale City Council members discussed … more
You may have noticed a fire weather watch over parts of Alabama this past week due to the dry conditions and low humidity. As October is also Fire Prevention Month, Gulf Shores Fire Inspector Justin … more
FOLEY — The city of Foley is adding a fifth garbage collection route to expand services to meet the demands of the growing community population. Foley City Council voted Monday, Oct. 2, to … more
FOLEY — Foley residents who take part in the city's curbside recycling program could be getting reminders of what materials are acceptable if they put out items that do not fit the guidelines. … more
Daphne Mayor Robin LeJeune is asking for volunteers. LeJeune announced during the mayor's report segment of the Oct. 2 regular city council meeting that the city has three vacancies to fill on two … more
Spanish Fort will be a little cleaner after city council adopted a new ordinance that outlines what the city considers litter, prevention measures and penalties. Ordinance 644-2023 was introduced … more
There was a tree in the way. It wouldn't take much to clear it out and move on. But before that could be done, there were laws in the way. As the resident of a city preserve the tree … more
The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office arrested Little River resident Timothy Allen Arthur, 65, on one count of solicitation of a child. On Oct. 5, BCSO made the arrest after an investigation … more
A Fire Alert remains in effect across the state. The Alabama Forestry Commission issued the burn restriction on Sept. 22 because of the current drought situation, continued lack of precipitation … more
The Gulf Shores Women's Club will conclude their month long food drive on Sept. 30, designating it as the inaugural GFWC national day of service. The proclamation was presented at the Sept. 25 Gulf … more
FOLEY — Two historic downtown buildings are the winners of Foley's 2023 Beautification Awards. The city recently presented the awards to Hollis Furniture on South McKenzie Street and the … more
For local volunteers, this is a disaster happening in slow motion. Volunteers and staff at Prodisee Pantry stood by federal employees last week as they waited, hoped and prayed until Congress passed … more
A proposed ordinance that would require new properties and developments to annex into the City of Fairhope for city water service has been tabled indefinitely. During the Sept. 25 regular city … more
The debate over which books should be accessible to children continued during the open discussion portion of the Sept. 25 Fairhope City Council meeting. Three individuals presented council with their … more
Fairhope City Council unanimously approved the 2024 budget just in time for the new fiscal year to begin Oct. 1. The 2024 municipal budget for the City of Fairhope is $158 million. For comparison, … more
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