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FOLEY — More than three years after the project was first proposed, work to build or expand more than 1.5 miles of sidewalks linking Foley schools with growing residential areas should start … more
King cakes are baking, beads getting unboxed and everything is draped in purple, green and gold. Mardi Gras season is here. Kick off the season with the first parade of the Alabama Gulf Coast … more
Just this month, two major updates have been announced by the Gulf Shores International Airport. In early June, the airport authority announced the completion of the buildout of the Southwest … more
MOBILE  – Justin Shea Ulrich, a 44-year-old Robertsdale man, was sentenced in federal court to 25 months for illegal possession of a firearm after being convicted of a felony. … more
FOLEY — The city of Foley is adding a fifth garbage collection route to expand services to meet the demands of the growing community population. Foley City Council voted Monday, Oct. 2, to … more
Radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas responsible for approximately 21,000 lung cancer deaths annually in the United States and ranking as the second leading cause of lung cancer, takes the … more
Three teachers from Pine Grove Elementary School will start next school year as graduates of the eMINTS certification program. The instructional networked teaching strategies program, which has … more
Are you looking for a new eatery to explore? The food scene in Baldwin County is always changing with new restaurants and dining experiences to please our palates. If you are in the market for … more
Foley city offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 15, in observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The Holmes Medical Museum and Foley Depot Railroad Museum will, however, remain open … more
Wawa, a New Jersey founded convenience store chain, officially broke ground on its first Alabama store in Fairhope on June 13. The event offered guests the opportunity to sample … more
On July 29, 10 young women took their moment in the spotlight with hopes of being crowned the first-ever Miss Eastern Shore and Miss Eastern Shore's Teen. Next year, Dru Bramlett and Megan Kent will … more
A Daphne tradition, Santa’s Snow & Movie Night, has ended, but it is being replaced with an exciting new tradition. Ice Skating with Santa is a new, free event inside the Daphne Civic … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- It was a carnival atmosphere on Tuesday, Oct. 30 when the Robertsdale Public Library hosted its annual Halloween Fun Night, complete with jugglers, a stilt-walker, balloon … more
ORANGE BEACH — June 12, Zeke’s Restaurant became the vibrant backdrop for the 8th annual Alabama Seafood Cook-Off, where seafood enthusiasts and industry professionals congregated to … more
MGM – 7-0-7-3–17FHS – 0-0-0–14-14Scoring summary:1Q8:57: MGM – Lewis Pettaway, 45-yard pass from Cullan O’shea. Preston Duke kick.3Q7:51: MGM – Joshua … more
A project to fix one of Fairhope's wastewater choke points and help keep up with population growth is $1,154,696 closer after officials accepted a grant from the Alabama Department of Environmental … more
Hello August! The first days of the 2023-2024 school year are quickly approaching, and this week's list has a variety of ways to end your summer break. Spend an action-packed evening at the rodeo, … more
Each year, residents across the region brave heat, rain and sun to give our coastal waterways an annual deep clean. The 36th-annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup is Saturday, Sept. 16. Locals will take … more
You may have noticed a fire weather watch over parts of Alabama this past week due to the dry conditions and low humidity. As October is also Fire Prevention Month, Gulf Shores Fire Inspector Justin … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The first year of the Joe Sharp era at Robertsdale High School came to an end for 312 graduating seniors Monday night, May 13 at J.D. Sellars Stadium. In his first year as … more
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