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AIRHOPE – Cooperation between cities and citizens was a key to many of the accomplishments of the last year, participants in the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce annual Elected Officials Luncheon said Tuesday, Nov. 30. more
Hangout Music Festival announced the lineup for its highly anticipated return to the beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama on May 20-22, 2022. The festival will serve as the official kick-off to summer … more
FOLEY - The Foley City Council recently finalized approval on the donation of the city’s previous engineering department building to the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. The South Baldwin … more
ROBERTSDALE – The Baldwin County Sales and Use Tax Department will hold a free Taxpayer Workshop for new and existing business owners Dec. 14. more
Your spouse might call it junk. Your neighbors might call it an eyesore. The folks at America Pickers television show might just want a look at it. The show, featured on the History Channel, is … more
There has to be a better way. That was the thought filling Melissa Kennair’s mind last year as she was filling her grocery cart with plastic bottles full of household cleaners. She was … more
Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act is now open. Don’t know how to access it, what it means or even where to begin? Volunteers at the Fairhope Public Library can help. Sally … more
ROBERTSDALE — About a year ago, a group of friends got together with the idea of making a difference for local residents battling terminal illness and their families. “We just all … more
A 36-foot-high mural of manatees has welcomed guests to Tacky Jack’s Gulf Shores for the last nine years, but it has reached the end of its life span. Tacky Jack’s Gulf Shores is … more
SPANISH FORT – A large iron cannon excavated in Spanish Fort will soon go on display at City Hall, Mayor Mike McMillan said. City officials know that the gun was found during an excavation in the city in 2017. What no one knows for sure, however, is how the massive artillery piece got to its location, who made it or how old it might be, according to officials. One local history expert called the piece, “a fascinating mystery.” more
SILVERHILL — Sunny skies and warmer weather greeted guests on Saturday, Nov. 20 for the 11th Annual Family Farm Day at Humming Star Alpacas in Silverhill. Owners Cheryl and Andy Bowen … more
FAIRHOPE – Fireworks will explode over downtown Fairhope to ring in 2022 after the display was called off due to the COVID-19 pandemic a year ago. more
Clean Water Alabama (CWA), a Baldwin County-based water preservation non-profit group, recently received a $10,000 donation from local Piggly Wiggy stores and owner Danny Manning. The money will be … more
Pen Air Federal Credit Union employees donated $5,000 recently to The Lighthouse as part of the company’s Jeans for Communerosity® program. Jeans for Communerosity® is an … more
Third-grade classrooms in Alabama are transformed each year into a dojo to combat childhood obesity. This is done through Body Quest, Alabama SNAP-Ed's flagship-school-based initiative that empowers … more
Gulf Shores City Council was set to vote on the 2022 budget and lodging tax increase during the Nov. 22 regular council meeting but deferred both until Dec. 13. “We had scheduled to take … more
SPANISH FORT – Signs at city parks and other locations warn that parking in certain areas is not allowed, but until now, Spanish Fort police have not had the authority to enforce the restrictions. more
The Expect Excellence Community Theater (E.E.C.T) is preparing for its first production in the new Performing Arts Center on Canal Road. “Thoroughly Modern Millie” will be the first … more
DAPHNE – City Council members want to study a proposal to develop a downtown municipal-owned parcel as a commercial development before they vote on leasing the site. more
FAIRHOPE – City officials said they are working to find the best way to preserve the natural environment of the Dyas Triangle while making the site accessible to the public. more
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