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Alabama is now the first state to automatically sentence those who are guilty of human trafficking of a minor to life in prison. House Bill 42, sponsored by state Rep. Donna Givens (R-Loxley), … more
Many librarians are breathing easier after proposed state legislation failed to make it to the Senate floor for voting. House Bill 385, sponsored by state Rep. Arnold Mooney (R-Indian Springs), … more
On Tuesday, May 7, U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-AL) announced his Alabama Underwater Forest National Marine Sanctuary and Protection Act passed the House Natural Resources Committee. Ben Raines, a … more
Daphne residents have an upcoming opportunity to voice concern over or support for the annexation and zoning of what 68 Ventures aims to transform into the Rowan Oak development. Public hearings are … more
Governor Kay Ivey confirmed plans for the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) and Baldwin County Bridge Company (BCBC) to meet and sign paperwork that officially transfers ownership of the … more
The city of Foley is honoring two more exceptional trees within its vicinity, recognizing their significance to the community. The Foley Revitalization and Beautification Advisory Board, in … more
Foley's latest addition to its firefighting fleet, a new pumper, has been put into service to address the increasing demand for emergency services in the city. The Foley Fire Department held a … more
Members of the Legislative Council, comprising 20 Alabama lawmakers, convened on Wednesday, May 1, to receive updates on the ongoing construction of a new Alabama State House overseen by the … more
Gov. Kay Ivey revealed in a news release on Thursday, May 2, that technology company Meta Platforms intends to establish an $800 million data center in Alabama's capital. The forthcoming … more
Foley Police Department and Foley High School are collaborating to offer students an opportunity to explore careers in public safety, aiming to pave a pathway for those interested in law enforcement. … more
Summer is fast approaching, and the season last year for Fairhope meant water use constraints amid a drought and city utilities at capacity. To get ahead of the problem this year, Fairhope City … more
Eastern Shore MPO has officially adopted the Baldwin County Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Plan, focused on providing connectivity, safety and additional modal choices to residents and visitors … more
The Eastern Shore Metropolitan Planning Organization ventured to Washington, D.C. for a series of meetings with federal officials on Wednesday, May 1, in search of support for the I-10 Mobile River … more
Any Baldwin County local knows to associate the warming weather each year with the upcoming hurricane season, and the ones who plan know it’s never too early to start preparing. Baldwin … more
On April 25, Pioneer Repertory Theatre (PRT) debuted its inaugural adult cast production, Oscar Wilde’s "The Importance of Being Earnest." The creative team and owners of PRT, Cailey Mize, … more
The Bay Minette Police Department is appealing to the community for assistance in identifying the individuals responsible for overnight vandalism at Kids Park on McMillan Avenue, which occurred on … more
Almost a century after the passing of John Foley, the man whose vision shaped the city’s destiny, his legacy continues to steer the trajectory of Foley's growth. In a ceremony, the city of … more
Foley City Council has approved funding for four new sidewalk projects aimed at enhancing pedestrian connectivity throughout the city. The initiatives, approved during the council's session on … more
On Saturday, April 27, residents of Bay Minette embraced the opportunity to declutter and recycle as they participated in the annual Clean Out & Recycle Day. Held in the parking lot of Bay … more
Magnolia Springs Town Council recently made a unanimous vote that marks a significant decision regarding the future of the town's library services. The resolution, aimed at restructuring the … more
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