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Baldwin County High School's Tiaquelin Mims was named a regional winner for the Bryant Jordan Student-Athlete Scholarship Program.The prestigious award, named in honor of the late coaches Paul "Bear" … more
FAIRHOPE — The Morgan Thompson Foundation’s Brains and Brews Fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday, April 23 at Little Whiskey (14 North Church Street, Fairhope) from 5 - 8 p.m. The event … more
Jordyn Shackelford, of Bay Minette, was awarded the Tagged for Greatness Scholarship at the Alabama Cattlemen's Foundation Scholarship Banquet held recently in Wetumpka, Alabama.Shackelford will … more
Winners of the Optimist Club of Perdido Bay Essay Contest recently visited the club to read their entries. From left are: first-place winner Connor Welsh, of Elberta High School, and third-place … more
Three Bayside Academy students swept the first-place prizes for the annual Baldwin County Soil and Water Conservation District poster contest. This year's theme was "Healthy Soil, Healthy Life." The … more
Applications are now open for those wishing to attend Baldwin County Virtual Schools. The Baldwin County Virtual Elementary/Middle School teaches students in grades K - 8, while students in grades 9 … more
GULF SHORES — Registration is now open for two summer camps at Gulf Shores City Schools.Kicking off first at the end of May is the Gulf Shores Middle School Eco Camp. The camp runs from … more
ORANGE BEACH — The Orange Beach City School Board held its first meeting Thursday, April 7 and began dealing with issues such as personnel, students living outside the city and hiring a superintendent. more
DAPHNE — Daphne voters will go to the polls in September to decide if the community will become the fourth in Baldwin County to impose a three-mill property tax to support local schools under plans being considered by the city council. more
MOBILE, Ala. — Local students needing an extra scholarship to attend college can get a financial boost from the University of Mobile’s new LIFT (Learning Investments For Tomorrow) … more
The Baldwin County Board of Education has announced a vacancy on the board after Robert Stuart, former District 5 representative, announced he is vacating his seat. The vacancy will be filled by … more
Spanish Fort High School student Ryann Turner received the Eastern Shore Chamber Foundation's Spirit of Youth Leadership Scholarship Award. Turner graduated from the 2021 Youth Leadership class and … more
The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office partnered with School Resource Officers and several other community organizations to help Delta Elementary School host its first Public Safety Day. Every student … more
The Central Baldwin Middle School Band had four students participate in the recent 2022 Alabama Bandmasters Association District VII Honor Band. They were selected as the finest and top musicians … more
Education Affiliates, Inc., one of the largest medical, dental and skilled trades education programs in the U.S., has appointed Sean Kuhn as campus president at both Fortis College in Mobile and … more
ROBERTSDALE – A federal highway grant of more than $700,000 will allow Robertsdale to make major improvements at the intersection of Alabama 59 and Fairgrounds Road at Robertsdale High … more
ORANGE BEACH — Creating a new school system takes, on average, about 18 months. Orange Beach officials are working to accomplish the goal in time to start classes in August, supporters of the effort said Wednesday, March 30. more
GULF SHORES — During the March council meeting, the Gulf Shores City Schools Board of Education approved Superintendent Matt Akin to execute a lease agreement with the City of Gulf Shores. The … more
On Thursday, March 10, Baldwin County Sheriff Huey "Hoss" Mack and representatives from the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office visited the South Baldwin Center for Technology. The Sheriff's Office … more
LOXLEY — Of the 380 buses recently inspected during the Baldwin County Public School System's annual review, no buses were found to have any major deficiencies. "There are employees who have … more
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