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ROBERTSDALE — The Robertsdale High School Naval Junior ROTC finished 2021 on multiple high notes, performing well in several competitions toward the end of the year. Teams, which are … more
FOLEY - At the Jan. 3 meeting, the Foley City Council approved amendments to the zoning ordinance, with more proposed amendments scheduled to appear in the near future. Recently, the council was … more
FOLEY - During the Jan. 3 meeting, the Foley City Council approved staff to apply for DHS/FEMA's FY2021 SAFER (staffing for adequate fire and emergency response) grant program. If awarded, the grant … more
STAPLETON — No one was hurt when a driver struck a Bay Minette Police Department patrol car in a construction area on U.S. 31 near Stapleton Monday. “She was very fortunate that no one … more
FOLEY - Many City of Foley offices will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 17. Closures include city hall, the Foley Public Library, the Foley Welcome Center, … more
Troy University has released its Provost’s List for the Fall Semester and Term 2 of the 2021-2022 academic year, naming many local Baldwin County students to the list. Qualifying students must … more
The Baldwin County Home Builders Association has released the information for its 2022 scholarship program. Any student who is interested in pursuing higher education in a home building industry … more
FOLEY - David Thompson, executive director of leisure services with the City of Foley, has created and released the 2022 Community Parks and Open Spaces survey. The aim of the survey is to gain … more
FOLEY - Foley High School is accepting donations to go towards landscaping projects at Foley feeder pattern schools. Approximately 30 years ago, the Foley High School alumni association sponsored the … more
ORANGE BEACH - The Gateway Initiative, a collaboration between the South Baldwin and the Coastal Alabama Business Chambers, is a 5-year capital project designed to help the community’s … more
ROBERTSDALE — A limited number of tickets will go on sale beginning Saturday, Jan. 8 for the city of Robertsdale’s Centennial Ball in February. “It’s about making … more
ROBERTSDALE — The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce will host its 47th annual banquet and awards program Thursday, Jan. 20 at the Baldwin County Coliseum in Robertsdale. Tickets are $45 … more
LOXLEY — The Loxley Public Library has announced the winners of the third annual Light Up Loxley! Christmas light contest. The first-place winner, located at 15279 Timber Ridge Drive, … more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale Volunteer Fire Department, Seminole Volunteer Fire Department and Bon Secour Volunteer Fire Department have teamed up to apply for a grant program towards a new radio … more
MOBILE - Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Mobile have announced that masks will be required through Jan. 21. The decision was made due to increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases in Alabama, … more
FOLEY - The Foley City Council approved two grant applications for the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) during the Dec. 20 meeting. Both grant applications were presented to Baldwin EMA as … more
ELBERTA - The Town of Elberta is requesting monies that, if awarded, could potentially go towards drainage improvements within town.“We heard through the grapevine that the state got $500 … more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale Town Council voted at its December meeting to begin paying Retail Strategies quarterly for its services. Retail Strategies specializes in recruitment strategies and … more
JANUARY Daphne gets new fire chief DAPHNE — Retired Mobile District Chief LeAnn Tacon became Daphne's fifth fire chief Jan. 4, the first woman to head the department. Tacon replaced Melvin … more
Saddened to see your beautiful, live Christmas tree chucked to the side of the road after the holiday?You can give it new life as a first defense against hurricanes. For over 30 years, Gulf State … more
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