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DAPHNE – With growth expected to continue in the future, Daphne officials and residents are working on a comprehensive plan to guide the community through the next two decades. more
After months of public input and revision the Orange Beach City Council finalized and unanimously approved the golf cart ordinance which goes into effect March 1, 2022. Due to the way the law was … more
ROBERTSDALE — The City of Robertsdale is joining other municipalities in Baldwin County in making a donation to the Miracle League of Coastal Alabama for the completion of a park and ballfield … more
The lobby of the Orange Beach Performing Arts Center was alive with residents enjoying music, coffee and treats Nov. 16 at the center’s grand opening. The Performing Arts Center hosted the … more
It’s beginning to look a lot like a South Baldwin Christmas. As lights go up and Christmas trees are decorated, this year will see the return of many holiday events that were unable to take … more
Girl Scouts with Troop 8017 in Fairhope held a ceremony last week to plant a tree in Knoll Park. The troop purchased the young tree, a live oak, and planted it in the same spot where a beloved, … more
In a town of just over 6,000 full time residents you might not expect to find a ballet teacher with a resume like Madame Rio Cordy. She trained at the Royal Academy of Dance in London and The … more
LOXLEY — The town of Loxley and the Loxley Public Library are inviting residents to “Light Up, Loxley!” kicking off the third annual Christmas decorating … more
FOLEY - The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is taking place on Saturday, Nov. 27 from 8 a.m. - noon at Heritage Park in Foley. Participants can head to the Heritage Park Gazebo the morning of the event to … more
ELBERTA - Elberta town council member Teresa Newton voiced her desire to rewrite the town’s nuisance ordinance during the November meeting. She hopes to present a draft of the revised ordinance to … more
ROBERTSDALE — Over 30 years after he served in Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Butch and Rita Turner find themselves on a new mission, to help locate veterans and their families who served during … more
SUMMERDALE — The Baldwin County Highway Department has announced the closing of County Road 71 between County Road 36 and West Shriver Avenue for drainage improvements. According to a … more
Gulf Shores High School officially opened the new, state of the art Hangout Music Lab Nov. 18 with musical performances instead of a traditional ribbon cutting. Musician and Gulf Shores graduate … more
 Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism has released partial year tourism figures for 2021 and the numbers through August are higher than the prior record-setting year in 2019. New President and … more
FAIRHOPE – After cutting back the event in 2020 due to COVID-19, Fairhope marked a full return to a traditional start to the holiday season with the lighting of the downtown trees Thursday, Nov. 18. more
In the days before Hurricane Sally spun ashore, double red flags were flying on Baldwin County’s beaches. No one was allowed in the churning waves. Still, a pair of swimmers headed into the … more
The recent deaths of road workers along Alabama highways are a sober reminder that there is little room for error when driving through a work zone. A new campaign from the Alabama Department of … more
The Baldwin Escambia Deanery of the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women hosted the 85th annual convention this year in Orange Beach. TheACCW also includes members in Baldwin, Mobile, Montgomery … more
BAY MINETTE — The North Baldwin Ministerial Association will sponsor a Community Thanksgiving Service beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21 at the First Baptist Church in Bay Minette. Everyone … more
The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) class at St. Agatha Catholic Church in Bay Minette raised more than $500 to buy supplies and food for the North Baldwin Animal Shelter. Their donation … more
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