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FAIRHOPE — After 180 hours of preparation and assembling and painting tires, Eagle Scout Brody Gwaltney delivered 10 tire beds to the Baldwin County Humane Society for incoming animals. … more
In 2018, the Alabama Coastal Foundation assisted filmmaker Ben Raines in producing the documentary "The Underwater Forest," which explores the discovery of an ancient cypress forest discovered 60 … more
On Tuesday, Jan. 9, Foley extended a warm welcome to winter visitors flocking to the Alabama Gulf Coast at the city's annual Snowbird Coffee. The event, sponsored by the city of Foley, South … more
Students from The Studio recently showcased their talents at the National Association of Teachers of Singers' (NATS) Southeastern Regional competition, where they competed against over 400 … more
The long, hot days of summer are here. While that can mean lots of fun in the sun for some, experts warn the extra warmth and exertion also carry the threat of heat-related illness, a problem … more
Police have responded Tuesday morning to reports of a possible threat of violence at Robertsdale High School. According to an email sent from principal William White, the school received … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Many people associate garden chrysanthemums, or mums, with the beginning of autumn. These floral features are already occupying garden centers and front porches around the … more
The wait is over! The lineup for the 2024 Hangout Music Festival was just released and there is a little something for everyone. Headliners for this year’s three-day festival, include Zach … more
Fairhope-based Pamela Denham & Associates (PDA) has earned recognition in Business Alabama's 2024 Top Rank Alabama Magazine across two categories: Public Relations and Advertising Agencies. PDA … more
Staying hydrated can help you live a longer, healthier life. But drinking multiple glasses of water throughout the day isn't for everyone. Health experts say that's OK. While fluids are … more
One of the first thoughts that came to mind after I learned one of my photos took first place at the Alabama Press Association's media awards was that I had to interview the athlete who made the … more
FAIRHOPE — Local poet and song writer Mike Turner recently won the 2023 Roger Williams Peace Award for Writing from the Alabama Writers Cooperative. For Turner, the passion for writing … more
Step into the wonderful world of Harry Potter at the Hogsmeade Halloween Festival Oct. 7. The festival is back after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic and promises a fun day for … more
DAPHNE — Prodisee Pantry's First 52nd Annual Magnolia Ball brought in hundreds of people in support of their efforts to feed the bodies and spirits of Baldwin County. The 52nd Annual … more
As Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, the City of Gulf Shores has announced several closures to observe the holiday. Please take note of the following changes in city operations: … more
The walkway over Alabama 59, situated at the north entrance to downtown Foley, is slated for renovations and maintenance following action by the City Council. The Council has approved the … more
FOLEY — What used to be a co-op and warehouse in the 1900s, known as H.M. Hamburg & Sons, is now an unused, empty building that holds a piece of Foley history. The red-wooden building, … more
The Copper Kettle Tea Bar hosted a midday tea in Wonderland on Sat., July 20, welcoming back the Mad Hatters Tea with a fantastic bang. The weather heeded the Queen of Hearts’ demands and remained … more
GULF SHORES — The Gulf Shores High School Environmental Club presented a sea turtle rescue net to the Gulf State Park Pier on Aug. 7. In collaboration with Ralph Agnew, a volunteer from … more
National headlines have been spotlighting the deadly wildfires in Maui, but Alabama officials are now urging caution when burning and have issued a fire danger advisory for Baldwin County and the … more
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