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History abounds in Fairhope. Now, longtime locals and visitors alike can discover the stories behind some of the area's oldest buildings. The Fairhope Single Tax Corporation Education Committee … more
Overcast skies on the Eastern Shore couldn’t overshadow the City of Fairhope’s ribbon cutting for its new Arts Alley on Friday, May 10, now officially open at 8 North Church Street. … more
Summer is fast approaching, and the season last year for Fairhope meant water use constraints amid a drought and city utilities at capacity. To get ahead of the problem this year, Fairhope City … more
FAIRHOPE — The wait is over. Dragonfly Foodbar is open in its new location. On Feb. 1, Gulf Coast Media published an article alerting readers that Dragonfly Foodbar was leaving downtown … more
Senior pranks can go many ways, but the 2024 seniors of Fairhope High School may have taken it too far. Gulf Coast Media received several phone calls Friday morning from parents calling concerned … more
Eastern Shore MPO has officially adopted the Baldwin County Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Plan, focused on providing connectivity, safety and additional modal choices to residents and visitors … more
FAIRHOPE — The City of Fairhope has received $200,000 to combat the fentanyl crisis in Baldwin County that is affecting communities across the nation. According to a report by the Alabama … more
The Eastern Shore Metropolitan Planning Organization ventured to Washington, D.C. for a series of meetings with federal officials on Wednesday, May 1, in search of support for the I-10 Mobile River … more
Senior pranks can go many ways, but the 2024 seniors of Fairhope High School may have taken it too far.  Gulf Coast Media received several phone calls Friday morning from … more
DAPHNE — For six years, the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce has given students the opportunity to get hands on experience in the real world through the Student Training and Exploration … more
FAIRHOPE — A historic home that dates to the 1920s could face relocation in the coming months. Tolstoy Park, also known as the Henry Stuart House or the "Hermit House," was constructed in … more
Alabama's first Wawa opened in Fairhope last week to much fanfare. Some lifelong Southerners just don't get the hype, but that's OK. One day you, too, could be a Wawa VIP. Wawa appreciates its … more
Thompson Engineering opened a branch office in Spanish Fort, expanding its footprint to cater to the burgeoning demand for engineering services in Baldwin County. According to a news release, … more
DAPHNE — Butterflies: a symbol of happiness, hope and rebirth. To students at Daphne High School, butterflies represent a life of someone who passed away during the Holocaust. On June … more
The restaurant landscape is always changing but in the last few months in Fairhope, the change has come rapidly. Here's what's new, closed or relocated in Fairhope. Closures Ferus by the Bay – … more
Eastern Shore MPO has amended its FY24-27 Transportation Improvement Project (TIP) list to add sidewalk repair and replacement on US HWY 98 in Fairhope, per its Tuesday, April 16 meeting. The … more
There have been a lot of changes in the Fairhope food scene lately with openings, closings and relocations. When Ox Kitchen Fairhope teased a big announcement on Facebook April 8, the speculation … more
A large parcel of land just outside of downtown Fairhope has a new owner with a new vision for a village-style mixed-use development combining commercial, residential and green space called Village … more
Catherine King has been named the 2024 Fairhoper of the Year in recognition of her contributions to the City of Fairhope. According to a news release, King's dedicated service to the city spans … more
The City of Daphne is currently inviting applications for its upcoming 2024-2025 Daphne Junior City Council. The vision for the Daphne Junior City Council is to offer the the youth of Daphne an … more
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