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Two free events in Bay Minette will provide school supplies, food and entertainment to help area students prepare for the new school year. The Kiwanis Club of Bay Minette recently donated money … more
The Haven No-Kill Animal Shelter, in collaboration with the City of Fairhope, has been honored with a "no-kill" status award for 2023 by Best Friends Animal Society, a leading national animal welfare … more
The city of Fairhope has announced the closure of Veterans Drive for approximately 60 days beginning Monday, July 22. The closure will allow for the installation of a pedestrian tunnel that will … more
68 Ventures, a Daphne-based development and investment group, wants to build a live-work-play center and training site for new Novelis employees in Daphne, a proposal for which a public hearing has … more
Every other Sunday since 2021, vendors of the Mobile Maker's Market have provided Fairhope residents and visitors a one-stop, local business shopping experience. On June 30, the vendors set up for … more
MOBILE — Space Dust, Tang aioli and fried chicken with an incredible crunch. This is not your average trailer park. PP Hospitality Group opened Parc Le Tralour Food Hall and Event Center July … more
Columbia Southern University (CSU) announced Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force #19 Jo- Anne Bass will join the team as strategic advisor for government, military and community relations. … more
Soon, Foley could have a new entertainment district. The proposed district aims to boost downtown business and activity without causing disruptive behavior. Foley City Council approved a first … more
The city of Foley is collaborating with Baldwin County to remove debris slowing drainage in the Magnolia River basin. Mayor Ralph Hellmich announced that the city will clear the stream south … more
The City of Gulf Shores  has announced a temporary closure of the right, southbound lane on the W.C. Holmes Bridge starting Monday, July 22, through Wednesday, July 24. This closure will only … more
Just before midnight on July 17, Robertsdale Police and Baldwin County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a domestic incident on Heartland Circle in Robertsdale. Officers were informed of a … more
On Thursday, July 18 around 10:42 a.m., Gulf Shores Police and Fire Rescue responded to a two-vehicle accident in the 3700 block of Gulf Shores Parkway. Authorities determined that a 2016 … more
Federal charges are pending further investigation after Baldwin County Sheriff's Office recently discovered a person in possession of roughly 180 counterfeit and fraudulent Apple products worth over … more
Richard Schwartz has had a long career in the restaurant business on the island. Over the past 44 years, he has seen the area grow and has opened, closed, sold and built several restaurants. At one … more
Get ready for an evening of laughs. Comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld is set to take center stage at Mobile's Saenger Theatre, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. Seinfeld has touched every part of the … more
Voting is open for the 11th-annual America's Best-Looking Cruiser Contest, with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) joining a litany of highway patrol and state police agencies nationwide … more
The Mobile River Bridge and Bayway project has been awarded a $550 million grant through the U.S. Department of Transportation's (USDOT) Bridge Investment Program, the second-largest in the program's … more
Orange Beach authorized a pair of performance agreements this week for the city's fall Orange Beach Freedom Fest -- one with McLean Motorsports Productions for the anchor car show entitled "Bama … more
The Baldwin County Commission is now asking for your input, seeking public comments on a new draft of a $43.3 million local recovery plan in response to Hurricanes Sally and Zeta. BCC officials, with … more
After nearly four years without the popular Alabama attraction at full force, officials expect the Gulf State Park Pier to reopen to the public by the end of summer. "This is the completion of … more
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