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William Kilgo, M.D., a neurologist with USA Health, recently shared research findings using a first-of-its-kind blood test that monitors multiple sclerosis (MS) disease activity in a poster … more
While there were familiar faces under the helmets on both sidelines of Pat Dye Field at Jordan-Hare Stadium for this year’s Iron Bowl, the Baldwin County connections continued off the field all … more
FAIRHOPE — After 180 hours of preparation and assembling and painting tires, Eagle Scout Brody Gwaltney delivered 10 tire beds to the Baldwin County Humane Society for incoming animals. … more
If you were one of the millions of people who tuned into the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Thursday morning, you may have noticed a familiar face among the shivering but enthusiastic crowd. Mary … more
FAIRHOPE — A past Fairhope favorite restaurant is set to make a return to a new location and could be open as soon as next week. R Bistro was in the heart of Fairhope's central business … more
LaDonna M. Crews, M.D., FAAP, a physician who specializes in complex care pediatrics at USA Health, has been a passionate advocate for her patients, dedicating her practice to creating a medical home … more
Millions of people with normal blood pressure may be misclassified as having blood pressure that is too high because of improper positioning when measurements are taken, new research suggests. … more
The holiday season is here, and for some that means traveling to see friends and family. For others, it may mean prepping for an influx of houseguests. When hitting the road or tackling household … more
SPANISH FORT — On Thanksgiving Day 2018, Caroline Berry left this earth, leaving behind her love, kindness, bravery and her desire to bring awareness to childhood cancer. At the age of 14, … more
Spanish Fort City Council recently approved two infrastructure projects. The projects, which will address repaving and lighting, were approved during the Nov. 6 regular city council meeting. … more
Daphne City Council members and the city's mayor will see a salary increase after the 2025 election. During a council meeting Nov. 6, members unanimously voted in favor of raising the salaries for … more
Enhancements to Daphne's Bayfront Park are nearing completion. Daphne City Development Executive Director Troy Strunk gave the mayor and council an update on the project during the Nov. 6 … more
Spanish Fort could soon allow tattoo facilities. Spanish Fort City Council will hold a public hearing Monday, Nov. 20, on several resolutions and ordinances including one that would allow tattoo … more
Construction is mostly complete. Hiring has begun. The smoker is ready. Fairhope's iconic Ben's Jr. Bar-B-Q will soon reopen. After 35 years, the doors closed in 2018 due to the retirement of owners … more
FAIRHOPE — Tomas Catar and his daughter Claudia won the United States Tennis Association’s National Father/Daughter Clay Court Championship in Wellington, Florida and will become the No. … more
Residents of Fairhope are encouraged to use caution after an estimated 7,500 of sewage drained into Mobile Bay at Pier Avenue and South Mobile Street. A press release from the city on Monday, … more
Historic Blakeley State Park will commemorate Veteran's Day with a day full of special educational activities. On Saturday, Nov. 11, the park invites the public to explore this area's rich military … more
FAIRHOPE — Coastal Pharmacy will open their doors to the public on Monday, Nov. 6, at 9 a.m. at their new at 1960 Greeno Road in Fairhope next to Chicken Salad Chick. The pharmacy will offer … more
Fairhope City Council has been busy approving new projects as the 2023-2024 fiscal year is in full swing. During the Oct. 24 regular city council meeting, council approved several infrastructure … more
Fairhope residents and visitors will need to adjust their speed while driving through downtown. Fairhope City Council worked its way through another lengthy agenda Monday, Oct. 23. One item of … more
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