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FOLEY — A public art and park project in an alley off Alabama 59 and U.S. 98 is the first step in plans to make downtown Foley more of a center for visitors and activities, project supporters … more
DAPHNE — More recreation activities, major water and sewer upgrades and road projects are among the improvements planned in Eastern Shore cities in upcoming months, local mayors said.Daphne … more
BAY MINETTE — A $2.5-million state grant will help Bay Minette and Baldwin County prepare for the construction of a new aluminum manufacturing plant.Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced the … more
FAIRHOPE — A state law that went into effect Jan. 1 allows residents to carry concealed pistols without a permit, but some restrictions remain for Alabama gun owners, local law enforcement … more
GULF SHORES — Alcohol will be prohibited again on public beaches in Gulf Shores during spring break in an effort to discourage rowdy behavior by visiting students.Gulf Shores City Council was … more
FOLEY — What had been a vacant lot on U.S. 98 is now the first in a planned series of small parks that will be recreation sites, music venues and playgrounds.The city and the South Baldwin … more
FAIRHOPE — Roadbed deterioration at the intersection of Gayfer Avenue and U.S. 98 will add to costs and the timetable to add turn lanes at the site, city officials said.Fairhope City Council … more
FAIRHOPE — Growth along the Eastern Shore is creating environmental challenges, such as sedimentation created from construction sites, a two-year study of the Mobile Bay watershed … more
SPANISH FORT — After several months of construction and efforts going back more than a year, work to complete repairs on Eastern Shore Boulevard should be completed next month.Spanish Fort … more
DAPHNE — Weather could delay the widening of Alabama 181 between Daphne and Fairhope could be delayed another two months, state highway officials said.The project to expand the highway from two … more
ROBERTSDALE — Baldwin County is working to update a land-use plan officials said is a decade out of date in the state's fastest growing region.A draft of the plan should be ready for … more
Sen. Chris Elliott, R-Daphne, will serve as chairman of the newly created County and Municipal Government committee in Alabama's Senate.Elliott, who represents District 32, which covers much of … more
The Alabama Department of Transportation will soon begin a project to resurface a portion of the US-98 (SR-42) from west of Elberta city limits to the Perdido Bay Bridge.The scope of the project … more
GULF SHORES — Some residents along West Lagoon Avenue would like golf carts allowed on their street, but city officials said the proposal would create traffic problems, particularly in the … more
DAPHNE — Plans are moving forward for a new Daphne Justice Center that will allow some officers now stationed in precincts return to a central location.The city council voted Tuesday, Jan. 3, … more
ROBERTSDALE — The Baldwin County housing market operated at a slower pace in December 2022, according to statistics reported by Baldwin REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service.Both new inventory … more
DAPHNE — Daphne has a new police chief for the first time in 19 years, but he is not be new to Daphne law enforcement.Brian Gulsby was sworn in as chief Tuesday, Jan. 3, replacing David … more
FAIRHOPE — Dirt roads have been a part of rural life in Baldwin County for more than 200 years, but some of the routes are an environmental hazard as material is eroded into streams and … more
MONTGOMERY — State representatives from Alabama's coast will serve in several key positions during the 2023 legislative session.Rep. Matt Simpson, R-Daphne, was named chairman of the Ethics and … more
FOLEY — Baldwin County residents should know later this year whether any of the 37 medical marijuana sites will be located in their areas, state officials said.The Alabama Medical Cannabis … more
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