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DAPHNE – A plan to develop more than 440 acres worries some nearby residents, but developers said plans have been cut back to accommodate concerns. more
FOLEY – Foley’s Main Street program to develop a strategic plan for the future of the city’s downtown area received a vote of support by the City Council. more
FOLEY – With the addition of more than 80 acres to Foley’s Graham Creek Nature Preserve and plans to add more property, the facility has become one of the largest municipal nature preserves in Alabama, city officials said. more
FOLEY – A project to widen the shoulders of the Beach Express through Foley should improve safety and make the highway more consistent with the roadway in other areas of Baldwin County, Mayor Ralph Hellmich said. more
FAIRHOPE – The upcoming year should bring a number of improvements in Fairhope, including road and park projects and utility upgrades, Mayor Sherry Sullivan said Thursday, Feb. 10. more
The Bay Minette Beautification Committee recently recognized a local residence and a downtown business with beautification awards.The North Baldwin Health & Wellness LLC received the Business of … more
SPANISH FORT – With several years of preservation and restoration complete, Spanish Fort officials plan to soon put an old cannon found in the city on permanent display outside City Hall. more
When the Alabama Legislature returns to its regular session after pausing to address the spending of federal funds set aside for COVID-19 relief, Sen. Chris Elliott is poised to fight for less tolls, … more
FAIRHOPE – A settlement with one of the parties involved in a state lawsuit over opioid abuse will provide about $220,000 for Baldwin County and additional money for local municipalities. more
The Gulf Shores Mardi Gras parade has a new route through town and city officials hope it will have less impact on residents.Gulf Shores Recreation and Cultural Affairs Director Grant Brown presented … more
Gulf Shores' beaches will be alcohol free during the spring break season from Feb. 28 through April 18, 2022.The spring break alcohol ban is not new. On March 18, 2016, the Gulf Shores City Council … more
The Orange Beach Police Department held the first of many golf cart inspection days Jan. 8 at the Bear Point Civic Association Center parking lot. The turnout saw more than 150 carts inspected and … more
City crews and contractors have made progress on an ongoing ditch improvement project on the west and east side of town around the Intracoastal Waterway. Gulf Shores City Engineer Mark Acreman gave … more
Heliwave Helicopter Tours LLC will need to find a new location for the operation of a helicopter tour business. The Orange Beach City Council voted unanimously Jan. 4 to reject the approval of a … more
FOLEY - At the Jan. 3 meeting, the Foley City Council approved amendments to the zoning ordinance, with more proposed amendments scheduled to appear in the near future. Recently, the council was … more
FOLEY - During the Jan. 3 meeting, the Foley City Council approved staff to apply for DHS/FEMA's FY2021 SAFER (staffing for adequate fire and emergency response) grant program. If awarded, the grant … more
Gulf Shores International Airport will receive a $59,000 grant through the Airport Rescue Grant Program for fiscal year 2022. The funds are intended to reimburse the airport for operating costs … more
FOLEY - Many City of Foley offices will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 17. Closures include city hall, the Foley Public Library, the Foley Welcome Center, … more
FOLEY - David Thompson, executive director of leisure services with the City of Foley, has created and released the 2022 Community Parks and Open Spaces survey. The aim of the survey is to gain … more
Gulf Shores Middle School student Portia Hollis wants to see local healthcare workers celebrated for more than one day. During the Dec. 6 Gulf Shores City Council meeting, Mayor Robert Craft declared … more
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