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FOLEY — The final phases of work at the new Sara Thompson Kids Park began recently. Work started on a new fence that will replace the temporary barrier in place while the park was under … more
FOLEY — Attainable housing, improved public places and connectivity between areas of the city are some ways to prepare Foley for the future, a new report says. Design Alabama has completed a … more
Baldwin County school students return to the classroom Aug. 9, and road closures in Fairhope may alter their route to school. Fairhope Avenue has seen section closures over the past year for a Force … more
The corner of Fairhope Avenue and Section Street is the heart of downtown. It has been referred to as "Clock Corner" since the installation of the Fairhope Clock in the 1980s, but it will soon have … more
For Phase 40, Baldwin County has been chosen to receive $3,325 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county. The selection was made by a national board that is chaired by the U.S. … more
FOLEY — A $1.2 million project will improve the taxiway and add more hangar space at the Foley Municipal Airport. Foley City Council voted to approve the bid of S.C. Stagner Contracting to … more
City staff and the owner of a new bar and lounge in Gulf Shores addressed a resident's concerns about the building under renovation on the corner of East 2nd Street and East 22nd Avenue. A … more
In an effort to enhance emergency medical response and ensure the safety of local residents, the Baldwin County Council on Aging has launched the Vial of Life Program. Residents in Baldwin … more
FOLEY — New murals, bike racks, park enhancements and other projects to foster community relationships downtown have brought national recognition to an agency that works to preserve the city's … more
There are a lot of projects under construction, expansion and renourishment in Gulf Shores, and the Little Lagoon Preservation Society got the scoop on some big topics recently. In addition to … more
Gulf Shores Fire and Beach Rescue works to protect beachgoers from harm when needed, and getting there fast is critical. Supply chain issues have stalled the process of replacing essential parts for … more
DAPHNE — In Daphne, high school students are commencing their second year of civic engagement. Daphne Junior City Council appointed three new officers to lead the nine-member council, … more
For the past 10 months, Spanish Fort Mayor Mike McMillian has made the same announcement during city council meetings, and July 17 was no different. "Congressman Jerry Carl recently sent out a survey … more
The Loxley Public Library opened its permanent StoryWalk in Loxley Municipal Park, 4198 Municipal Park Drive, on Friday, June 30. The StoryWalk kickoff consisted of a ribbon cutting, a reading … more
Baldwin County will see the construction of a new boat launch and park on the Bon Secour River thanks to a $4.8 million grant enabled by offshore oil and gas production. The Launch at CR6 sits on 16 … more
One of the most exciting times of the new school year is upon us. It is back-to-school shopping time, and the state of Alabama will make it a little less expensive with the annual Back-to-School Tax … more
MOBILE — Foley will be adding a large amount of property to the city's Graham Creek Nature Preserve, increasing the size of what is already one of the largest municipal environmental centers in … more
FOLEY — People walking and riding along Pride Boulevard will soon have better access with a project being planned by the city of Foley. Foley City Council discussed a plan to widen the walkway … more
FOLEY — A city project will clear debris and sediment that Hurricane Sally left in the Bon Secour River and is flooding property almost three years after the storm. Foley City Council voted to … more
Fairhope residents and visitors will soon see pedestrian signals at the intersection of Fairhope Avenue and Section Street. The iconic Fairhope Clock corner is set to get improvements, and those … more
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