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Foley's plans for the recently annexed Mills community are set to include new sidewalks, following the approval of a resolution by the City Council. The council voted to greenlight the … more
Fairhope has finally given the Triangle property a name, and work is set to begin on phase one soon. Fairhope City Council approved changing the name of the property to Flying Creek Nature … more
The City of Gulf Shores announced the lowest bidder of a contract for the construction of a detour needed in conjunction with the anticipated pedestrian bridge being built across the intracoastal. … more
Alabamians working extra hours can now enjoy a boost in their take-home pay thanks to a new bill that eliminated state income tax on overtime pay for hourly workers. This bill went into effect … more
Mere weeks after the city of Gulf Shores wrapped up phase one of the island's $17 million beach renourishment project, severe storms greeted the Gulf Coast with heavy rain and winds of up to 73 miles … more
Foley city offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 15, in observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The Holmes Medical Museum and Foley Depot Railroad Museum will, however, remain open … more
As Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, the City of Gulf Shores has announced several closures to observe the holiday. Please take note of the following changes in city operations: … more
The walkway over Alabama 59, situated at the north entrance to downtown Foley, is slated for renovations and maintenance following action by the City Council. The Council has approved the … more
Gulf Shores City Council members discussed the renewal of a business license for MudBug's Pub in the heart of Gulf Shores recently at their first work session of the new year. According to Layla … more
Gulf Shores City Council members discussed a proposal to resurface over a mile of city streets recently as they gathered for their first work session of the new year on Jan. 2. According to … more
In a critical update provided by the US National Weather Service Mobile Alabama and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the imminent arrival of an extraordinary weather system … more
Two projects aimed at enhancing north-south access in Foley are set to be completed by the end of January. The extension of South Pecan Street and Juniper Street is nearing completion. The South … more
SPANISH FORT — While 2023 marked Prodisee Pantry's 20th anniversary, it also concluded with the pantry having an increase of family visits, volunteers and pounds of food distributed. … more
The Foley City Council has taken action to address necessary repairs and preservation efforts for the Foley Art Center building, a historic structure that stands as one of the oldest in the … more
Foley recently appointed a new executive director of general government and administration, Cian Caldwell Harrison. Formerly serving as Baldwin County clerk and treasurer, Harrison will be … more
He laid alone for at least a week, maybe two. Hunters found him along a fence line at a hunting camp near Sawmill Road and Highway 90 in Seminole. There was nothing they could do. He laid alone at … more
A free-standing pedestrian bridge will be constructed on the Eastern Shore Trail near the Grant Hotel in Point Clear and is expected to finish in 2025.  Baldwin County Commission was … more
Gulf Coast Media dug into two reports of wrongdoing in Baldwin County in 2023, with impact ranging from the fallout of a botched music festival to a nonprofit's misuse of tax dollars. Legitimacy … more
The growth of Baldwin County and its strain on infrastructure are not novel issues. Local officials have been tackling them for years. However, 2023 brought new issues and resolutions, especially on … more
The Foley City Council recently approved improvements at the Raymond C. Christensen Sports Plex on Cater Lee Way, including enhanced batting cages and new lights. Jeff Lee, Foley parks director, said … more
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