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SPANISH FORT – A new remote camera system will help Spanish Fort city workers locate damage to underground pipes without having to risk going into the lines themselves and could also allow the city to get a better understanding of where the system goes, city officials said. more
Like the local business they serve, the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber has had a difficult two years. COVID-19 canceled the chamber’s largest event two years in a row and Hurricane Sally … more
FAIRHOPE – Sewer service improvements will soon begin to help Fairhope meet the needs of developing areas near Alabama 181 and 104, city officials said. more
LOXLEY — The Town of Loxley is continuing to spread cheer this Christmas season. In addition to the third annual Light Up Loxley holiday lights contest and the town’s first Christmas … more
ROBERTSDALE — The city of Robertsdale hosted its annual Christmas parade Saturday night, Dec. 4, presented by the Robertsdale Rotary Club and Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. The parade … more
SILVERHILL — The town of Silverhill got into the holiday spirit with its “Small Town Christmas” event on Friday night, Dec. 3. The event featured food trucks on the square, … more
DAPHNE – City officials have hired a lobbying firm to represent Daphne’s interests in Washington and Montgomery and to seek some of the infrastructure funding approved recently in Congress. more
Deep within the maze of halls at Orange Beach High School you will find the Isurus Graphics studio. The large room contains workstations and giant machines students use to operate a full-scale … more
After a year of construction, the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber’s Gulf Shores office is hosting an open house and grand re-opening on Dec. 9 to show off the remodeled office. Hurricane … more
The annual Fairhope Magical Christmas Parade rolled through downtown Friday, Dec. 3. More than 60 units took part in the event that included the Fairhope High School band, local officials and community organizations and wrapped up with the arrival of Santa Claus on a Fairhope Volunteer Fire Department truck. more
Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft gave a presentation regarding the proposed lodging tax increase to a full house Nov. 29. During the presentation Craft spoke of three options to raise the additional $7 … more
The Gingerbread Jam has become an annual tradition with two teams dominating each year. BuzzCatz Coffee and Sweets and the Jingle Bell Johnsons have won their respected category each year. This year … more
Daphne celebrated the Christmas season with the lighting of the Christmas tree and other displays at City Hall on Dec. 2. City officials said the crowd that turned out for the event was the largest to attend the annual lighting event. more
AIRHOPE – Cooperation between cities and citizens was a key to many of the accomplishments of the last year, participants in the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce annual Elected Officials Luncheon said Tuesday, Nov. 30. more
Hangout Music Festival announced the lineup for its highly anticipated return to the beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama on May 20-22, 2022. The festival will serve as the official kick-off to summer … more
FOLEY - The Foley City Council recently finalized approval on the donation of the city’s previous engineering department building to the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. The South Baldwin … more
ROBERTSDALE – The Baldwin County Sales and Use Tax Department will hold a free Taxpayer Workshop for new and existing business owners Dec. 14. more
Your spouse might call it junk. Your neighbors might call it an eyesore. The folks at America Pickers television show might just want a look at it. The show, featured on the History Channel, is … more
There has to be a better way. That was the thought filling Melissa Kennair’s mind last year as she was filling her grocery cart with plastic bottles full of household cleaners. She was … more
Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act is now open. Don’t know how to access it, what it means or even where to begin? Volunteers at the Fairhope Public Library can help. Sally … more
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