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ORANGE BEACH — Too many people are dying each year on Baldwin beaches, said local first responders announcing a campaign to prevent more drownings and other tragedies. The "Beach Safe" … more
FOLEY – Allowing golf carts on more streets will help South Baldwin Regional Medical Center move people as the hospital grows and make Foley’s downtown more accessible, city officials … more
DAPHNE — Managing growth that is expected to add more than 17,000 new residents to the area in the next 20 years and dealing with issues such as affordable housing for people living in the … more
ELBERTA — Work on the Elberta sports complex is nearing completion after 16 years of effort, town officials said. Mayor Jim Hamby said at the Town Council meeting Tuesday, March 15, work … more
ELBERTA — Mayor Jim Hamby said he will serve the four years to which he was elected but will step down before the end of his extended term in 2025. more
GULF SHORES — A series of capital improvement projects costing almost $200 million will help prepare Gulf Shores for future growth, city officials said. The Gulf Shores City Council voted Monday, March 14 to approve two 20-year loans for a total of $197 million. more
FAIRHOPE — The Fairhope City Council should vote in April on final plans for the Working Waterfront that include a lift to bring passengers up the bluff but few other major changes, planners and city officials said. more
FOLEY — Baldwin residents worry about the impact of rapid growth and its impact on the environment, water quality and farming heritage of the region, officials preparing a county land-use plan said. more
BAY MINETTE — Baldwin County officials are monitoring the rising number of people using the county's transportation system as the cost of fuel increases. At the County Commission work … more
GULF SHORES — Firefighters in Gulf Shores will soon get a new training facility intended to keep the city's top insurance rating, city officials said.The Gulf Shores Fire Department has the … more
ORANGE BEACH – The Orange Beach Freedom Fest that debuted in 2021 as a one-day event on short notice will return in 2022 for a full weekend, Mayor Tony Kennon said. Freedom Fest began as a … more
FAIRHOPE — Work should start soon on the latest roundabout planned on Baldwin County 13 to help the flow of traffic on the Eastern Shore. more
ROBERTSDALE — Baseball, softball and tennis players and spectators will have a smoother place to park in the upcoming season with recreation complex parking lots being repaved at a cost of … more
GULF SHORES — Gulf Shores will not accept any new site plans for multifamily and townhouse projects for the next six months, following action by the City Council. more
FAIRHOPE — Plans to develop a Fairhope nature center park on the Triangle property are moving on schedule, and city officials hope to open the facility within a year. more
Sen. Chris Elliott said earlier this year that his top priority was to keep federal money distributed to the state through offshore oil and gas lease revenues in Alabama's coastal … more
ROBERTSDALE – City officials plan improvements to the grounds of the Baldwin County Coliseum now that Robertsdale owns the site. more
LOXLEY – A new city museum and Town Hall are planned on the site where potatoes were once loaded on boxcars when trains ran through Loxley, city officials said. more
The residents who live near Little Lagoon are worried. The Little Lagoon Preservation Society is a grassroots organization built to protect the brackish, 8-mile-long coastal lake that sits along … more
Motorists traveling Highway 59 and Fort Morgan Road also known as Highway 180 will notice changes to the speed limit over the next 30 days. The city of Gulf Shores will be implementing new speed … more
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