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BON SECOUR – It was a bright summer day when the light surrounding the Swift-Coles Home suddenly turned dark. Two men moving a bookshelf on the home’s first floor noticed the change … more
BAY MINETTE - Kenny Breal has been named the president of North Baldwin Infirmary. Breal joined Infirmary Health in 2015 as executive director of Imaging Services. There he led the openings of … more
GULF SHORES — Organizers are hoping for cooler weather when LuLu’s presents the Annual Doc’s Hot Trot for ARC 5K run/walk and 1-mile fun run on Saturday, Nov. 6 at LuLu’s … more
FOLEY - Local first responders and veterans were honored during an appreciation day ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 23. The event was hosted by the Baldwin County Chapter #531 of National Sojourners, and … more
BAY MINETTE — Baldwin County High School student Ty Drinkard was just 15-years old when he was tragically killed in an automobile accident on Father’s Day 2020. He left behind a huge … more
SEMINOLE — The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding a missing teen last seen in the Seminole area. According to a release issued on social … more
ROBERTSDALE — There will be something for everyone on Saturday, Nov. 6 when the Central Baldwin Education Foundation hosts its Annual Honeybee 5K and 1-mile fun run, followed by the Honeybee … more
DAPHNE – A planned unit development on Alabama 181 would bring commercial construction in the area as well as 104 new homes, according to a proposal being considered by the Daphne City Council. more
The Gulf Shores Police Department worked in partnership with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, in Florida, to identify, charge and arrest Erick D’Andre Smith Jr. of Pensacola, … more
ROBERTSDALE — Habitat for Humanity of Baldwin County is building a home for a young family in Robertsdale thanks in part to a grant from Wells Fargo. According to a release issued by … more
FAIRHOPE – Work will start in November to make part of the Fairhope K-1 center into a facility for teaching science and other subjects to local students. more
The Christian Service Center received a generous cash donation of $8,000 from the Church of God. The donation will allow the Christian Service Center to purchase over 65,000 pounds of food from the … more
The Frank Brown International Songwriters’ Festival will celebrate its 37th year of bringing the magic of songwriting to the Gulf Coast Nov. 4-14. Thrilled to be back to live performances, over … more
The city of Orange Beach is encouraging residents to observe Halloween a day early. Starting this year, Orange Beach will celebrate Halloween on the Saturday before Oct. 31 unless it falls on a … more
Southern Rapid Care of Orange Beach will soon have a new home. During the Oct. 19 regular city council meeting, the council voted unanimously in favor of selling the Orange Beach Medical Arts … more
FOLEY — A Foley man died Monday morning, Oct. 25, in a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 98 within the Foley city limits. Troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Highway Patrol … more
SILVERHILL — At this time of year, you expect to see homes decorated for Halloween. What you might not expect is a massive pirate ship coming through the fence in someone’s yard. But … more
FAIRHOPE – A Fairhope medical center that includes a surgery center and medical office building should be complete in about two years following the start of construction in October. more
SPANISH FORT – A 142-acre parcel south of Bay Minette Creek will become a Spanish Fort city park and nature center at the entrance to the Mobile-Tensaw Delta under plans being discussed by city officials. more
STAPLETON — Clear skies and sunny weather greeted festival goers on Saturday, Oct. 23 for a full day of entertainment and fun at the Gulf Coast’s Premier Bluegrass Event, the Stapleton … more
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