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Penny Snell, a freshman at Bayside Academy, blew judges away at the 68 Ventures Bowl art contest, walking away with a first-place award. This year's contest theme was "Commemorating 25 Years: … more
In only their second year as a separate school system, Orange Beach City Schools is celebrating several recent significant academic achievements. At the beginning of the month, it was announced … more
Over 30 Baldwin County High School students volunteered at Prodisee Pantry in Spanish Fort on Nov. 11. The students, who were all involved in the school's HOSA program for future health … more
The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation is celebrating the spirit of giving this holiday season with its annual poinsettia fundraiser. This initiative offers locally grown poinsettia plants, the … more
Alabama hunters deserve a roaring round of applause for their safety awareness. Not only did hunters complete the 2021-2022 hunting seasons without any hunting-related fatalities, a first for Alabama … more
Gulf Shores is poised to open the doors to a new state-of-the-art center for eco-tourism and sustainability, dubbed the "Gulf Coast Eco Center," in August 2024. Gulf Shores City Council was set to … more
GULF SHORES — The next step in the Little Lagoon restoration project could be underway. A motion was presented at the Nov. 6 city council work session to conduct restoration and research as a … more
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach communities have been in mourning for the past few weeks following the unexpected death of Rebecca Davis-Brown on Oct. 19. Davis-Brown, who died in a car accident, was an … more
GULF SHORES — South Baldwin Community Theatre has rolled back the curtain on their November production, "The Outsiders." The play is based on the 1967 novel written by S.E. Hinton. Some may … more
FOLEY — Foley residents and officials are moving forward with efforts to develop the community's Sister Cities program with the municipality of Hennef, Germany. Foley Sister Cities is raising … more
Layla Jamison, the George County, Mississippi, teen who survived multiple injuries sustained in a deadly highway washout following Hurricane Ida in 2021, shared her story during last year's A Night … more
FOLEY — City officials are talking to residents and experts in an effort to make Foley streets safer. Foley is developing a Safety Action Plan to improve travel around the community. The city … more
Foley's Tanger Outlets has added a new dining option for its shoppers. Baumhower's Victory Grille will open in early December. The sports-themed restaurant is owned by former Alabama football … more
Spanish Fort City Council recently approved two infrastructure projects. The projects, which will address repaving and lighting, were approved during the Nov. 6 regular city council meeting. … more
Daphne City Council members and the city's mayor will see a salary increase after the 2025 election. During a council meeting Nov. 6, members unanimously voted in favor of raising the salaries for … more
In short, men are dying too soon. Our brothers, fathers, cousins and friends are being taken from our lives due to largely preventable causes. The Movember foundation is aiming to change the face of men's health more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — After a prolonged drought in 2023, Alabama's environment is extremely conducive to wildfire. It only takes a spark to ignite a life-threatening situation. With as little … more
Enhancements to Daphne's Bayfront Park are nearing completion. Daphne City Development Executive Director Troy Strunk gave the mayor and council an update on the project during the Nov. 6 … more
Spanish Fort could soon allow tattoo facilities. Spanish Fort City Council will hold a public hearing Monday, Nov. 20, on several resolutions and ordinances including one that would allow tattoo … more
Construction is mostly complete. Hiring has begun. The smoker is ready. Fairhope's iconic Ben's Jr. Bar-B-Q will soon reopen. After 35 years, the doors closed in 2018 due to the retirement of owners … more
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