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The city of Foley is celebrating its police dog teams and K-9 units from across the country that came to the city as part of a national competition. On Monday, Dec. 4, the Foley City Council … more
FOLEY — Visitors to downtown Foley will have new public restrooms following the approval of almost $500,000 for the project by city council. Council approved $486,616 in funding for the … more
Motorists in downtown Fairhope's central business district will notice new speed limit signs have been posted, and the Fairhope Police Department will be enforcing the new 15-mile-per-hour speed … more
Baldwin County Commission voted to approve changes at Baldwin County voting precincts during its Nov. 21 regular meeting. Some precincts are being divided to create an additional, new precinct. … more
Baldwin County Commission has finalized the transfer of its portions of several county-owned roadways to the Alabama Department of Transportation. These roadways include Baldwin Beach Express, … more
FOLEY — Residents will have a chance to take part in guiding Foley’s future growth by helping to develop the city’s strategic plan. The city of Foley is working with the national … more
Gulf Shores City Council members discussed disaster relief services, budget amendments and a proposal to allow golf carts in The Retreat at Bon Secour at a meeting Nov. 20. Disaster relief services … more
FOLEY — A new pavilion and restrooms are part of plans for improvements at Foley's Max Griffin Park near the new Sara Thompson Kids Park. The city is going out for bids to rebuild the pavilion … more
Baldwin County's CARE House Inc. (Baldwin County Child Advocacy Center) has been awarded $99,840 to serve those who have experienced child abuse. Gov. Kay Ivey announced on Nov. 13 that seven … more
Gulf Shores is poised to open the doors to a new state-of-the-art center for eco-tourism and sustainability, dubbed the "Gulf Coast Eco Center," in August 2024. Gulf Shores City Council was set to … more
GULF SHORES — The next step in the Little Lagoon restoration project could be underway. A motion was presented at the Nov. 6 city council work session to conduct restoration and research as a … more
FOLEY — Foley residents and officials are moving forward with efforts to develop the community's Sister Cities program with the municipality of Hennef, Germany. Foley Sister Cities is raising … more
FOLEY — City officials are talking to residents and experts in an effort to make Foley streets safer. Foley is developing a Safety Action Plan to improve travel around the community. The city … more
Spanish Fort City Council recently approved two infrastructure projects. The projects, which will address repaving and lighting, were approved during the Nov. 6 regular city council meeting. … more
Daphne City Council members and the city's mayor will see a salary increase after the 2025 election. During a council meeting Nov. 6, members unanimously voted in favor of raising the salaries for … more
Enhancements to Daphne's Bayfront Park are nearing completion. Daphne City Development Executive Director Troy Strunk gave the mayor and council an update on the project during the Nov. 6 … more
Spanish Fort could soon allow tattoo facilities. Spanish Fort City Council will hold a public hearing Monday, Nov. 20, on several resolutions and ordinances including one that would allow tattoo … more
LOXLEY— Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded Loxley $500,000 to replace old sewer lines and manholes on the city’s west side along North Holley Street. It is part of a $17.5 million grant that … more
Residents of Fairhope are encouraged to use caution after an estimated 7,500 of sewage drained into Mobile Bay at Pier Avenue and South Mobile Street. A press release from the city on Monday, … more
A juvenile student who arrived at school with bruising prompted an investigation that resulted in the arrest of 36-year-old Dustin Nall of Perdido, Alabama. Nall became the focus of an … more
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