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DAPHNE — In Daphne, high school students are commencing their second year of civic engagement. Daphne Junior City Council appointed three new officers to lead the nine-member council, … more
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians will once again celebrate one of its unique, enduring Thanksgiving traditions with its annual Thanksgiving Pow Wow. This year marks the 51st anniversary of the annual … more
Michael Hennigan, M.D., a board-certified internal medicine physician and fellow of the American College of Endocrinology, has joined Coastal Medical Group (CMG). With over 30 years of clinical … more
The city of Foley is seeking residents’ memories and memorabilia of World War II in order to help create a museum exhibit and other displays commemorating the era. Recently named as a … more
The Gulf of Mexico is home to the endangered Rice's whales, a species on the brink of extinction. A recent proposal by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to lower knot speed to 10 in … more
2017 Spelling Bee [Photo gallery]
LOXLEY, Alabama - Elberta Middle School student Fletcher Ard repeated as champion at the 2017 Baldwin County Spelling Bee held Thursday, Feb. 9 at the Loxley Civic Center. Ard, a seventh grader, … more
GULF SHORES — The Alabama Supreme Court has made a unanimous decision to allow construction of a new toll-free Intracoastal Waterway Bridge in Gulf Shores to go ahead, ending a battle between … more
The City of Foley celebrated Arbor Day on Feb. 24 in front of the Coastal Alabama Farmers and Fishermans market. The event lasted from 1 – 2 p.m., with a presentation beforehand talking about the … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — Residents at the William F. Green Veterans Home in Bay Minette were feeling a little more cheerful on Saturday, Dec. 7 thanks to a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. Members … more
Thanksgiving will soon be in the rearview mirror, which means for many that it is time to deck the halls. If you need a little help getting into the holiday spirit, maybe a drive- or walk-thru … more
Following a mass shooting that took place in Stockton on Saturday, May 11, eighteen victims have been identified, three of which are dead, according to the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office. … more
Robertsdale hosts parade [Photo gallery]
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The city of Robertsdale hosted its annual Christmas parade and Christmas in the Park Saturday night, Dec. 7. After last year’s parade was cancelled because of severe … more
Young women will have the opportunity to step into the spotlight July 29 for a chance to be the first Miss Eastern Shore and Miss Eastern Shore Teen and represent the pageant at the Miss Alabama and … more
Goodbye, September. Hello, October. That was fast! With fall in full swing, the weekend calendar is full of events. There were so many amazing events this weekend that we couldn't just pick five. The … more
Did you miss the deadline to order a pre-made meal? Just not in the mood to cook but still want to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal? You are in luck. Select restaurants across Baldwin County will be … more
Amid the escalating drug overdose crisis, physicians affiliated with the Medical Association of the State of Alabama are advocating for Alabamians to responsibly dispose of their expired, unused and … more
ORANGE BEACH — The Gulf Coast Triple Crown Big Game Fishing Championship kicked off with a bang Wednesday night as Orange Beach locals weighed in a bluefin tuna caught by Garret Ford that … more
The speed limit on several roads in Gulf Shores will be reduced after a request from concerned residents. Gulf Shores City Council approved the request at its June 26 city meeting to lower the speed … more
The city of Spanish Fort is looking to curb a litter problem in the city with a new ordinance. During the Sept. 18 regular city council meeting, ordinance 644-2023 was introduced to the council. The … more
The Coastal Alabama Down Syndrome Society's annual Buddy Walk has fun additions and a new home for the 2023 event. This year's revamped Buddy Walk will take over Loxley Municipal Park Saturday, Oct. … more
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