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For a quarter of a century, dedicated citizen volunteers in the Foley area have been actively involved in collecting thousands of water samples, offering crucial water quality insights for South … more
Need a passport but can't make it to the Post Office during regular business hours? According to a news release, the Gulf Shores Post Office might just have a solution. The Gulf Shores Post … more
After Birmingham-Southern College revealed its closing, Daphne’s United States Sports Academy announced a 50% tuition discount for incoming transfer students. “Whether you want to … more
Mulberry trees are fascinating and valuable plants that offer an array of benefits beyond their delicious fruits. In this article, we'll delve into the diverse uses and significance of mulberry … more
Take a drive down Scenic Highway in Fairhope, to see a few of the most extravagant homes in Baldwin County.  From beachside showers and private beaches to custom basketball courts, peek into … more
PP Hospitality knows how to throw a grand opening bash. The newest addition to the PP Hospitality brand, The Waterfront in Daphne held a free concert event Monday, June 5 featuring New Orleans-based … more
Fantasy sports are full of contrasts. They use stats from real athletes to build make-believe teams. They fuel both casual fun with friends and a seriously lucrative industry. And while nobody is … more
Fairhope city employees can now convert unused sick leave to retirement service after Fairhope City Council passed an ordinance. The city's continued work to increase water capacity got another … more
Alabama's Marine Resources Division (MRD), under Section 9-12-28 of the Code of Alabama 1975 and Rule 220-3-.02, has officially announced the closure of all public water bottoms to oyster harvest at … more
It's been almost two weeks since Baldwin County's annual "Education of Evening Champions" fundraising event, where school board members, faculty and community members gathered for food, drinks and a … more
Looking to get in the Valentine's Day spirit? Indulge in a romantic musical experience this Sunday – and still have time to catch the Super Bowl excitement! The St. Francis Music Society … more
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is investigating a gastrointestinal outbreak at Fairhope West Elementary School, according an official statement issued on Feb. 28. Per the release, … more
Hallie Vecsey, an 11th-grade student at Foley High School, has long dreamed of becoming a singer-songwriter and captivating audiences with the echoing emotion of her original music. This year, … more
The City of Daphne received the largest distribution of this year's GoMESA funding in the program that shares revenues from offshores oil and gas leaks in the Gulf of Mexico between four Gulf states. … more
Another week of heat, another week of school, another week of work. If you are ready to get out and the week behind you, we have some ideas. Our list of weekend events sticks to Baldwin County this … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Alabamians are intentional about the plants they use in their gardens and landscapes. These areas change throughout the year by the season and climate. However, there is … more
Loxley Municipal Park was buzzing with activity Saturday, Oct. 21, as supporters of the Coastal Alabama Down Syndrome Society came together for the annual Buddy Walk. Walk organizers needed to find a … more
In celebration of World Ostrich Day on Feb. 2, the Alabama Gulf Coast announced that the zoo will be adding two new ostriches, Poppy and Clover, to its zoo family. Per the release, the ostriches … more
As Valentine's Day approaches, love is in the air, and what better way to express it than with the timeless beauty of roses? In this article, we'll explore the enchanting world of roses, from … more
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