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FAIRHOPE — With the costs of renovating the second floor of the Fairhope Public Library to expand services now expected to exceed $1 million, project supporters said they will increase … more
ROBERTSDALE  — With the population growing, Baldwin County is working to update evacuation plans to get people out of the area if a hurricane threatens to hit the Alabama coast, Baldwin … more
FOLEY — Baldwin County voters could be asked to decide if noise restrictions should be enforced in areas outside cities and towns under a proposal being considered by the county … more
GULF SHORES — A $19.63 million road project will improve access between Alabama 59 and the Baldwin Beach Express in Gulf Shores, city officials said.The Gulf Shores City Council was scheduled … more
SPANISH FORT — Helmeted police in full body armor moved through school halls looking for a heavily armed — but imagined —gunman who had entered Rockwell Elementary School.The … more
GULF SHORES — A joint project between Gulf Shores and several universities and agencies will restore the water quality and environment in Little Lagoon, supporters said.At the Gulf Shores City … more
DAPHNE — Daphne plans to buy 8.5 acres near Bayfront Park to expand public access to Mobile Bay, city officials said.The Daphne City Council voted Monday, June 6 to accept $4 million in state … more
DAPHNE — Growth and development are affecting local watersheds dumping many times the normal amount of sediment into local streams, environmental experts said.At a stakeholders' meeting of … more
The City of Gulf Shores will host its annual Hurricane Preparedness Expo Thursday, June 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Erie H. Meyer Civic Center, located at 1930 W. 2nd St. in Gulf … more
GULF SHORES  — A project to build a $214-million center to house and train workers could help relieve the growing need for a workforce on the Gulf Coast, supporters said.The South … more
FOLEY — New development permits will be postponed for about two months while Foley officials prepare new regulations.The Foley City Council is scheduled to vote Monday, June 6 on final approval … more
SPANISH FORT — Spanish Fort officials endorsed state efforts to get federal funding for Interstate 10 improvements between Baldwin and Mobile counties, but said they are concerned about the … more
ROBERTSDALE — Natural debris and human litter are problems that county officials said they are working to resolve. At a work session of the Baldwin County Commission on Monday, May 16, Terri … more
FAIRHOPE — City officials said the duck pond in the North Beach Park needs work, including filtering water flowing into Mobile Bay, but council members rejected proposals for work totaling … more
GULF SHORES — A new $12.4-million Eco Center and the addition of 23 acres on Bon Secour Bay are two environmental education projects planned by Gulf Shores city officials.The Alabama Department … more
SPANISH FORT — More than 2,600 acres of wild river basin along the Perdido River will become public property as part of an effort to preserve a total of about 30,000 acres between the river's … more
BAY MINETTE – One long-time Baldwin County legislator was defeated in the state primary Tuesday, May 24, while one county commissioner won the Republican nomination for re-election and another commission race will be decided in a runoff, according to complete, but unofficial results. more
DAPHNE — In a medical emergency, seconds can mean the difference between life and death, but a utility worker injured working on an electrical line could be stranded and unconscious more than … more
FAIRHOPE — Contractors and property owners doing work that affects sidewalks and other public rights-of-way will have more regulations under ordinance changes being considered by the Fairhope … more
DAPHNE — Daphne area voters will go to the polls Aug. 30 to decide if they will increase property taxes to provide more support for local schools. The Daphne City Council voted Monday, May … more
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