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SPANISH FORT – A new playground for special education students is open at Spanish Fort High School after being built with money from a property tax approved by area voters. more
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - There’s lots of exciting events coming up this week at the Magnolia Springs Public Library, and they’re all free to join in the fun. First, come out to the library on … more
FOLEY - The Foley Public Library will host another “Doctor Who Day” on Saturday, Nov. 13, 9 a.m. - noon. Come prepared to celebrate all things Doctor Who! A photo area will be available with … more
Foley Public Library and Foley Main Street are hosting a “Thankful for Hometown Heroes” scavenger hunt starting on Saturday, Nov. 13 through Saturday, Nov. 20. Come to the library to pick up a … more
Story Time is back live and in person at the Foley Public Library! Beginning on Tuesday, Nov. 2 and Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m., the Foley Public Library will once again have an in-house Story Time … more
AIRHOPE – With revenue from the three-mill Fairhope school property tax up, officials plan to use some money for a reserve fund to support education from financial setbacks more
LOXLEY —Loxley took a step in its transition toward city status with the Town Council voting Monday to add a second council meeting beginning in January. The council currently meets the … more
SILVERHILL — Residents in Silverhill will soon have online options to pay their bills following a pair of votes by the Silverhill Town Council on Monday, Oct. 4. At its regular meeting, the … more
ROBERTSDALE — More than a year after Hurricane Sally ripped through Baldwin County causing widespread damage, officials with the City of Robertsdale say they are finally seeing a light at the … more
.FAIRHOPE – Utility upgrades and other improvements increased Fairhope’s budget by 32 percent to more than $113 million. more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale Town Council voted on Monday, Oct. 11 to approve amendments to the budget for fiscal year 2020-21 as well as to adopt the budget for fiscal year 2021-22. “Budgets … more
FOLEY - Allana Chris, Executive Director of anti-human trafficking organization Little Tree Project, came before the Foley council during an October meeting to seek advice and connections. The … more
Crowds turned out for the 33rd annual Jubilee Festival of Arts in downtown Daphne on Saturday and Sunday. more
DAPHNE – A new fire station to serve the growing eastern area of Daphne is open after COVID-19 delayed the delivery of a new fire truck for several months. Daphne’s Fire Station No. 5 opened east of Alabama 181 on Tuesday, Oct. 12. more
Two men sentenced for distributing meth from Baldwin County   MOBILE — A Fairhope man and a Pensacola, Florida, man were each sentenced on Oct. 15 to 10 years in prison for their … more
FOLEY - The Foley city council has approved the submittal of multiple projects to the RESTORE portal for grant consideration. The RESTORE portal is scheduled to close on Friday, Oct. 15. “There … more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale council is seeking citizen feedback on a recent proposal to reduce the town’s police jurisdiction to one half mile outside of the town’s corporate limits. The town’s … more
GATESWOOD — A Cantonment, Fla., woman is facing multiple charges after authorities say she led Florida deputies into Baldwin County Saturday night, where she allegedly fired at officers and … more
This year’s Singing for Scholarships event awarded more money to participants thanks to new sponsors and a change in venue. After the cancellation of the Annual National Shrimp Festival, the … more
People poured into The Wharf Oct. 9 to enjoy the beautiful weather and the inaugural Freedom Fest. The one-day event featured live music, over 80 artists covering a variety of mediums and crafts, … more
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