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ORANGE BEACH — The white sand beaches of the Alabama Gulf Coast will serve as a backdrop for the 12th Annual National Peer Program Conference at the Perdido Beach Resort in Orange Beach in … more
Daphne – Bayside Academy will host an Admissions Upper School Open House on Monday Nov. 7 at 10 a.m.Interested parents should visit or contact the Admissions … more
Jaelyn Gray was crowned Homecoming Queen during the Baldwin County High School half-time ceremony. She was joined on the court by Freshmen Maids Carley New, Stori Palmer and Alaysia Williams; … more
BAY MINETTE — Do you remember what it was like graduating high school? Going into the world on your own, taking control of your own finances and budgeting your well-earned money?For many in our … more
GULF SHORES — Still longing for just a few more moments of Halloween haunting?Then make "The Ghosts of Sand Island Lighthouse" the next book you check out.Author Tim Smith, an English teacher … more
The fifth-grade students of Katie Vannoy, Lindsay Sherer and Amanda Smith retold the adventures of the discovery of the Americas through song last week as they put on the show, "European Explorers in … more
PERDIDO — Perdido School is the northernmost school in the Baldwin County School System. The PreK-8 has 625 students enrolled, which is an increase from when Principal Phillip Stewart took the … more
The St. Michael High School Model United Nations team hosted its 4th Annual Cardinal Model UN (MUN) Conference earlier this month.Each of the committees at the conference covered a different aspect … more
BAY MINETTE — When David Garrett came to Baldwin County High School as the new Agriculture teacher in 2015, he told Principal Craig Smith that within two years' time there would be so many … more
BAY MINETTE — A major concern for working parents and guardians are the hours after school ends but before the work clock stops. They want their children somewhere safe, but sometimes finding … more
GULF SHORES — A new eight-room addition to Gulf Shores Elementary School should be open for students by the beginning of the 2023-24 academic year following action by the city council.The … more
DAPHNE — Fifty years ago, the world gazed upon the words written by 13-year-old Anne Frank for the first time. Her diary, written while her family hid from Nazis in Amsterdam had been published … more
FOLEY — Can you envision modern teens playing middle-aged, Southern women dealing with death and aging in the 80s?Foley High School's Theater Department has made the transformation seem … more
FOLEY — Last year, the Foley High School Theater Department hit the stage with a modern rendition of the musical "Godspell." Now, they're preparing to pack the house with the play "Steel … more
Danielle Brown, former Perdido Elementary School fifth grade teacher, has been named the Outstanding Teacher of the Year for Alabama's Area VI Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs). Area … more
ROBERTSDALE — Cadets in the Robertsdale High School JROTC program headed to The Lighthouse recently to volunteer with a number of manual projects. Instructor 1st Sgt. Charles Aguilar led the … more
SUMMERDALE — Baldwin EMC Shining Star Students for the months of August and September were recently honored. Students were nominated for displaying the Touchstone Energy characteristics of … more
Neighborhood Bridges, a nonprofit that facilitates direct local giving to students in need, is expanding to central Baldwin County schools.The program came to Fairhope in 2019 to serve schools in the … more
A Phlebotomy Certification Prep Course is now being offered at Remington College's Mobile campus. Phlebotomy is the procedure where a needle is used to take blood from a vein, typically in … more
The Alabama Farmers Federation recently awarded more than $140,000 in scholarships to students pursuing degrees in agriculture, forestry and related fields at Auburn University (AU). The organization … more
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