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The Orange Beach City Council had the first public reading for an ordinance to amend Chapter 70 of the Code of Ordinances to regulate the operation of golf carts on certain streets within the … more
The Orange Beach Performing Arts Center will welcome guests for a special grand opening Nov. 16 at 3:30 p.m. The Orange Beach City Council meeting will follow at 5 p.m. The Orange Beach Performing … more
If you have been near The Wharf in Orange Beach recently you may have noticed a lot of construction just across the Intracoastal Waterway. Construction of The Launch at ICW is moving along and ahead … more
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to compete in a culinary competition? Why not realize your dreams and compete in the 2021 Gingerbread Jam at the Orange Beach Event Center Dec. … more
ROBERTSDALE – As new subdivisions spring up on the Eastern Shore, Baldwin County school officials are working to keep up with growing enrollment in the area with the most rapid population increases in Alabama’s fastest growing county, local officials said. more
SPANISH FORT – While work is not yet complete to widen U.S. 31 in Spanish Fort, city officials are making plans to start beautification efforts as soon as road construction is finished. more
SPANISH FORT – Plans are moving forward to make the Spanish Fort Fire Rescue Department a city agency in April, city officials said. more
DAPHNE – Planned infrastructure improvements in Daphne will include 46 paving projects and extended sidewalks in Lake Forest, according to resolutions approved by the City Council. more
SUMMERDALE — County Road 32 at the Fish River Bridge will be impassable to through traffic 8:30 a.m. to noon Monday, Nov. 15 for bridge inspection, according to a release by the Baldwin County … more
LOXLEY — The town of Loxley kicked off celebrations ahead of Veterans Day with a program to honor veterans on Friday, Nov. 5 at the Loxley Civic Center. The program was kicked off by a … more
ROBERTSDALE — There was a chill in the air to start the day, but otherwise sunny skies greeted festival goers at the Central Baldwin Education Foundation’s Annual Honeybee Festival and 5K … more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale Public Library held the inaugural Women in Business Symposium during October. The event was for women thinking about starting a home-based business, but unsure how to … more
FOLEY - When SkillMil began the podcast Diapers and Deployments less than a year ago, the goal was to assist and entertain veterans and their families worldwide. Now, the pair of local hosts holds … more
DAPHNE – Daphne will kick off efforts to prepare a plan to guide city growth for the next 20 years with a public meeting Wednesday, Nov. 17. more
LOXLEY – Work will soon start to clear the site of Baldwin County’s new career education high school in Loxley and prepare the property for construction, school system officials said. more
Baldwin County audiences see Keegan Gulledge on stage several times a year as part of the Eastern Shore Repertory Theatre. Next month audiences along the U.S. Eastern seaboard will get their first … more
Darrell Sudduth’s grandfather used a mule to help squeeze the juice from towering stalks of sugar cane. Decades later, Sudduth uses a tractor for the same process. He doesn’t have a … more
Diabetes education, a heritage trail, a rescue boat, classroom space and a new thrift store are the focus of five projects that will be brought to life through grants awarded from Impact 100 Baldwin … more
Visitors who fly to Alabama’s beaches will now arrive at Gulf Shores International Airport. The new name was bestowed upon the property Wednesday during a ribbon cutting ceremony at the … more
DAPHNE – Eastern Shore residents and officials gathered last week to recognize local veterans and all those who have served in the armed forces. more
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