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SPANISH FORT – Work to widen U.S. 31 in Spanish Fort should be completed by the end of 2021, Matt Ericksen, division engineer of the Alabama Department of Transportation, said. more
DAPHNE – Sidewalks linking U.S. 98 and Scenic 98 in Fairhope and Montrose are among the construction projects being considered by the Eastern Shore Metropolitan Planning Organization. more
FAIRHOPE – City officials approved a two-year contract to process Fairhope recyclables, but said they are still looking for other ways to dispose of materials such as paper, aluminum, glass and plastic. more
Pictured here, from left, Elizabeth Mudd-Connelly, Miriam Gebhart, Nada Decker and Imogene Naylor at the South Baldwin Christian Women’s Connection’s October luncheon. The next luncheon will … more
ROBERTSDALE — Seniors at the George P. Thames Adult Activity Center in Robertsdale celebrated Halloween a little early with a potluck lunch on Friday, Oct. 29. Some seniors came dressed in … more
FOLEY - GFour Productions is bringing Menopause The Musical back to the OWA Theater for eight performances during January. The show, which is now in its 20th year and 15th as the longest-running … more
Orange Beach United Methodist Church’s children’s ministry has exploded over the past few years with hundreds of children participating in the program. Soon, church leaders struggled to … more
Years of dreaming, planning and patience culminated with the unique groundbreaking for the Gulf Coast Center for Ecotourism and Sustainability (Gulf Coast Eco Center) Oct. 27. Gulf Shores City School … more
The Island Spirit team from the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber managed to surprise yet another recipient. The October Island Spirit Award was presented to Alvita Simmons. Simmons is a longtime … more
Gulf Shores City Council approved the rezoning of two properties during the regular council meeting Oct. 25. The first rezoning request was for a 1.99-acre parcel located at the corner of … more
FOLEY - It’s almost time for the 28th Annual Foley Rotary Club Oyster Run, taking place on Saturday, Nov. 13 at Orange Blossom Square near Hollis Furniture. The event is the Foley Rotary Club’s … more
FOLEY – The South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting welcoming Alabama’s Original Blue Line BBQ & Grill to Foley. Local law enforcement and firefighters came to show … more
ROBERTSDALE — The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office recently hosted a week-long training session with the National Honor Guard Academy. Based in Seminole, Florida, the National Honor … more
FOLEY - Do you like chocolate? Or do you enjoy more savory foods, such as cheese? If you said yes to either or both of those items, then you’re in luck - the first ever Chocolate & Cheese Festival … more
ROBERTSDALE — As the city of Robertsdale continues to celebrate its Centennial, one of the oldest churches in the city, the First Baptist Church, will also celebrate its 100th anniversary with … more
SUMMERDALE - Baldwin EMC will host the 16th Annual Power of Giving blood and food drive on Thursday, Nov. 18 at the Baldwin EMC headquarters office in Summerdale. LifeSouth Community Blood Centers … more
The stage has long been dark, cast into the shadows by the creeping presence of COVID-19 across the globe. Tonight, Eastern Shore Repertory Theatre will open its curtains again and flood audiences … more
The city of Gulf Shores broke ground on the long awaited RESTORE Act funded Gulf Coast Center for Ecotourism and Sustainability (Gulf Coast Eco Center) Oct. 27. Mayor Robert Craft was joined by … more
BAY MINETTE – The Baldwin County Commission voted Tuesday, Nov. 2, to lift the states of emergency for COVID-19 and Hurricane Ida. Zach Hood, Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency … more
Nov. 5 Loxley – Potluck meal followed by a short program, 6 p.m., Loxley Civic Center. Music by the City Rhythm Big Band with patriotic songs performed by Bennie Green. Door prizes. Nov. … more
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