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FOLEY — Efforts to improve a tribute to Foley World War II veterans led to a discovery that the actual memorial is not what many residents thought for decades.A small stone marker with a bronze … more
GULF SHORES — A bridge closed to cars since 2008, and later pedestrians, could be rebuilt as part of traffic and walking improvements planned on and near Windmill Ridge Road, city officials … more
FOLEY — What has been called Alabama's largest municipal nature preserve will almost double in size with funding from a federal environmental grant.The Foley City Council voted Monday, July 18, … more
BAY MINETTE — After dispensing more than $7 million over two years, Baldwin County will end its Emergency Rental Assistance Program on Aug. 18.The county commission voted Tuesday, July 19, to … more
FOLEY — A new 1,300-square-foot facility at Foley's Graham Creek Nature Preserve will explore the future of agriculture in Baldwin County and beyond."This will be a working educational … more
Each year, the waters of the Alabama Gulf Coast claim an average of six lives.Gulf Shores Fire Rescue are doing everything they can to reduce that number.Gulf Shores Fire Inspector Justin Parks … more
FAIRHOPE — A $2.5 million grant will allow Fairhope to develop the K-1 Center building as a business resource hub for technology entrepreneurs, city officials announced.On Wednesday, July 6, … more
FAIRHOPE — Work should begin soon on long-awaited new traffic signals and turn lanes at Gayfer Avenue and U.S. 98, following action by the Fairhope City Council. The council voted Monday, … more
ELBERTA — Growth in Baldwin County has become inevitable, but residents and officials are looking for ways to manage future development and change, local planners said recently.From housing … more
GULF SHORES — Work will start on improvements at the Gulf Shores Airport soon but plans for commercial airlines starting service may wait until spring, Airport Authority Manager Scott Fuller … more
FAIRHOPE — City officials are studying the addition of fluoride in the Fairhope water system after decades of use.The Fairhope City Council had been scheduled to vote Monday, July 11, on an … more
SPANISH FORT — Participants in a recent public meeting said communication and preparation are keys to keeping students safe and working to prevent tragedies such as the recent shooting in … more
GULF SHORES — With work to finish the new STEAM lab at Gulf Shores Elementary School scheduled to be completed July 19, city officials now plan to go ahead with the addition of eight more … more
ORANGE BEACH — With the addition of more federal funding, the Orange Beach City Council approved the widening of Canal Road for more than one mile east of Alabama 161.The council voted Tuesday, … more
GULF SHORES – Design work on the Gulf Coast Center for Ecotourism and Sustainability is complete and Gulf Shores officials plan to go out for bids on the project by the end of the … more
FAIRHOPE — The second phase in widening Alabama 181 from U.S. 90 in Daphne to U.S. 98 near Fish River is almost complete. Now, state highway officials are looking to extend the project south to … more
Officials announced this week that traffic accidents and injuries have been cut in half since the installation of the state's first diverging diamond interchange at the intersection of Alabama 181 … more
BAY MINETTE — The Baldwin County Planning and Zoning Department will kick off a second round of countywide public workshops Monday, July 11, to help prepare a long-range land use plan.The … more
BAY MINETTE — Calling the facilities "unsafe and unsanitary," the Baldwin County Commission canceled the five-year lease on the Baldwin County Library Cooperative building after less than seven … more
GULF SHORES — Starting in November, Alabama Gulf Coast beaches will be built up with enough sand to fill more than 130,000 dump trucks.The beach renourishment project is expected to take until … more
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