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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
Downtown Fairhope is a picturesque town full of shops, restaurants and art galleries but for one weekend in March, it transforms into one of the largest art festivals in the region. The 72nd Annual … more
Cavender’s Boot City has announced a partnership with the Working Ranch Cowboys Association (WRCA) to extend support to victims of the recent wildfires. The Smokehouse Creek Fire, … more
The Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) has opened the application process for a new cycle of child care bonuses. Applications opened on April 17 and will continue through May 22, … more
An Orange Beach traffic stop and report of a pedestrian being hit turned into a fatal crash into the Intracoastal Waterway by Tacky Jacks in Gulf Shores early Friday morning. Orange Beach Police … more
FOLEY — Residents of the Mills community will vote Aug. 22 at New Fellowship Church to decide if they wish their community to become part of the city of Foley. The Alabama Legislature … more
For the first time since 2018, dirt and debris is floating in the air as the unfinished buildings begin to fall at Bama Bayou in Orange Beach. In August 2022, The Wharf announced the purchase of … more
After steadily declining for over a decade, global hunger has reached an all-time high. Continued supply chain disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic, Russia's invasion of Ukraine, escalating … more
Rodeo time! [Photo gallery]
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Students from central Baldwin schools got a brief glimpse Wednesday of what lies in store for them Friday and Saturday night at 19th Annual PCA Championship Rodeo presented … more
FOLEY — John Jackson will leave his position as director of the Foley Public Library to take a new job as executive director of the Campbell County Public Library System in Wyoming. Jackson has … more
As winter settles in, our attention turns from setting up festive decorations to the well-being of our beloved citrus trees. In this comprehensive guide, we'll explore how the magic of Christmas … more
The Foley City Council has taken action to address necessary repairs and preservation efforts for the Foley Art Center building, a historic structure that stands as one of the oldest in the … more
According to the National Bullying Prevention Center, one in every five high school students reports being bullied during the school year. In an effort to address this issue, ASA Entertainment … more
Looking to include your furry friends in the Mardi Gras festivities? The Gulf in Orange Beach will be hosting a Mardi Gras themed dog parade on Saturday, Feb. 10, followed by a costume contest. … more
Each year, the Fairhope Arts and Crafts Festival Foundation selects a local artist to create a work of art that represents the festival theme. The 2024 featured artist is Elisabeth Hays. Hays was … more
More than a century of local history will be showcased this April as Foley hosts walking tours of its downtown historic district. Foley is among over 20 Alabama communities set to conduct these … more
People living in 19th century New England believed tuberculosis, known then as "consumption," was quite possibly not a disease at all but a sign of vampirism. In an effort to remove this … more
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