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The public is invited to the Little Lagoon Preservation Society meeting on Thursday, July 20, at the Gulf Shores Activity Center, 260 Clubhouse Drive in Gulf Shores. This meeting is open to all … more
If you haven't been outside recently, take note that it's mosquito season. Summertime heat and rain comes with the blood-sucking guests, and a local government program offers tips for controlling the … more
Each year, approximately 6-8 million visitors travel to the Alabama Gulf Coast to enjoy one of its greatest commodities, the white sandy beaches and clear Gulf waters. Unfortunately, those same … more
SPANISH FORT — Prodisee Pantry has spent the past two decades not only nourishing the bodies of Baldwin County residents but also striving to feed their spirits. Upon entering the … more
A Mobile man is in the Baldwin County Jail on murder charges in connection to the Thursday, June 29, death of Jason Mallette outside Taziki’s Mediterranean Café in Daphne. Daphne … more
A fifth-generation farm in Daphne, a 400-employee nursery in Loxley and a U-pick farm with Airbnb rentals in Fairhope are all waiting to pioneer for the state its venture into medical cannabis. The … more
Alabama has passed a law that grants a one-time rebate to 2022 Alabama taxpayers following a decrease on the grocery tax. Eligible taxpayers who submitted their tax returns on or before Oct. 17, … more
Daphne police have released the name of the victim in Thursday morning’s shooting. Michael Mallette, a 38-year-old Daphne resident and manager of Taziki’s Mediterranean, was shot around … more
Daphne Police Department is investigating an early-morning shooting that left one man dead. Shortly after 5:30 a.m. Thursday, DPD officers responded to the parking lot area of Taziki’s … more
SUMMERDALE – Summerdale is currently without a police chief after the current chief, Kevin Brock, was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday, June 21, by Mayor David Wilson. Wilson … more
Have you been outside recently? The high summer heat is upon us with temperatures in the 90s and heat index temperatures reaching 115. Heat safety should be a top priority for yourself and your … more
Alabama has passed a new bill, HB261, that prohibits trans athletes from participating in collegiate and K-12 level sports that align with the gender in which they identify. The legislation was … more
Alabama has enacted a new law that prohibits drivers from holding their phones while operating a vehicle. The legislation, known as SB301, takes effect immediately across the state. During a … more
Hurricane season is in full swing, which means it's time to plan — ahead of time — for evacuation and re-entry. If you are a resident or business owner in Gulf Shores or Orange Beach, … more
FOLEY — A medical overlay district could encourage the expansion of medical services to meet the needs of a growing population while protecting surrounding neighborhoods. Foley officials … more
FOLEY — Foley planners will be meeting with residents and officials in upcoming months to develop a strategic plan to guide municipal growth. The Foley City Council voted to hire the … more
FOLEY – A new sweeper truck will be cleaning Foley streets a year earlier than planned and at a cost about $30,000 less than expected. Foley City Council voted to buy the new sweeper truck … more
BAY MINETTE — A bill passed in the Alabama Legislature that will save Baldwin County residents $5 million and help pave the way for road building by the new Novelis plant. According to … more
MONTGOMERY — Wise. Kind. Gentle, but firm. Crowned with splendor. Full of good stories and even some tall tales. These words come to mind when we think of our favorite senior adults. Words … more
Red snapper season is in full swing, but did you know it is illegal to discard fish carcasses in our waterways? The city of Orange Beach reminds the public each year that dumping fish carcasses in … more
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