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Leslie Gahagan's office at the rear of the Graham Creek Nature Preserve Interpretive Center is slightly terrifying and may make you question what she does for a living.Halloween masks circle the … more
Are you looking to add a four-legged member to your family? The Haven is hoping to make it a little easier by waiving adoption fees for cats and dogs until Aug. 31.The Haven has a variety of … more
DAPHNE – Daphne voters approved a three-mill property tax increase Tuesday, Aug. 30 that will raise more than $1 million a year for local schools. 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
FOLEY – Foley’s Main Street program to develop a strategic plan for the future of the city’s downtown area received a vote of support by the City Council. more
Inspiration is everywhere for playwright and Gulf Shores resident Laura Pfizenmayer, including her battle with anal cancer. Her play "Cancer is a Pain in My Ass" is being reprised at the South … more
Education Affiliates, Inc., one of the largest medical, dental and skilled trades education programs in the U.S., has appointed Sean Kuhn as campus president at both Fortis College in Mobile and … more
The Baldwin County Historical Society will host its summer quarterly meeting on Sunday, Aug. 21, at 2 p.m. at the historic Daphne City Museum at 405 Dyer Ave. in Daphne.Daryl Haskew, author of … more
Can you believe this is the last weekend of August? The kids are back in school, the beaches are quieter, but it still feels like summer. This weekend's top pick of events covers a wide range of … more
Do you enjoy crafting or sewing? The Expect Excellence Community Theater (EECT) needs all hands on deck.Costumes are a crucial part of any theatrical production and the EECT is inviting community … more
ORANGE BEACH, AL - On Aug. 27 the lcoal Mardi Gras krewe Mystics of Pleasure had their annual drawdown event at the Orange Beach Event Center at The Wharf. The Tip Tops provided the music and several … more
FISH RIVER, AL - A house-moving crew slowed traffic as it moved this house east on County Road 32 and over the Fish River Bridge. After hitching up one side to clear the north rail and tucking 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
DAPHNE – A plan to develop more than 440 acres worries some nearby residents, but developers said plans have been cut back to accommodate concerns. more
Blakeley State Park is teaming up with Gulf Coast Search and Rescue (GCSR) to provide a special educational program for kids on Saturday, March 5 at 11:15 a.m.Children will be introduced to the most … more
FAIRHOPE — Plans are moving forward to create a public space at the Fairhope clock corner at the intersection of Fairhope Avenue and Section Street.The city council voted Monday, Aug. 8, to … more
A dedication ceremony was held Sunday, Aug. 14, for the new Christenberry Courtyard, located between Bay Minette City Hall and the John F. Rhodes Civic Center, in Bay Minette.This courtyard is named … more
FAIRHOPE — City officials are looking at ways to mitigate flooding that has affected some developments along Cowpen Creek for several decades.Eric Cortinas, city building official, said … more
WASHINGTON D.C. — The Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced that Alabama received its first "Internet for All" grants for … more
ORANGE BEACH, AL - Here's a small sampling of pictures by Capt. Mark Robinson from the Miranda Lambert concert at The Wharf Amphitheatre on Sept. 8. Capt. Mark is working on processing more that will … more
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