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FAIRHOPE – The Fairhope Storm won a dogfight against the Winchester Ducks 6-0 to remain unbeaten and advance to the American Football Alliance's Western Conference Finals next week. more
The Wharf in Orange Beach has welcomed several new eateries to its roster this month, but none have gotten as much attention as that announcement that Dick’s Last Resort will open June … more
FAIRHOPE - Some call her Meow Meow. For others she is Panther, Miss Priss or Fancy. The fluffy black cat that calls Fairhope’s French Quarter home is an icon by many different names.One thing … more
Seven fishing teams from Baldwin County High School and two teams from Fairhope High School qualified and will compete in the Alabama Bass Nation High School State Championship this weekend on Lake Eufala. more
Local girls’ soccer players were honored for their efforts on the pitch with all-state distinction awarded by the Alabama High School Soccer Coaches Association. more
GULF SHORES  — A project to build a $214-million center to house and train workers could help relieve the growing need for a workforce on the Gulf Coast, supporters said.The South … more
By a wide margin, Alabama voters approved the amendment on the ballot May 24 to provide as much as $80 million in funding for improvements and enhancements to Alabama's 21 State Parks. "I would … more
SPANISH FORT — Spanish Fort officials endorsed state efforts to get federal funding for Interstate 10 improvements between Baldwin and Mobile counties, but said they are concerned about the … more
ROBERTSDALE — Natural debris and human litter are problems that county officials said they are working to resolve. At a work session of the Baldwin County Commission on Monday, May 16, Terri … more
FAIRHOPE — City officials said the duck pond in the North Beach Park needs work, including filtering water flowing into Mobile Bay, but council members rejected proposals for work totaling … more
FAIRHOPE — One stone looks almost new. Another is so old the tree next to it has begun to envelope the smooth, gray stone into its gnarled roots and trunk. The gravestone and the tree are now … more
AUBURN — Katie Pappas, a graduating senior in the Auburn University Theatre program from Daphne, Alabama, was selected to lead the College of Liberal Arts class of 2022 in the spring … more
Birmingham native, Tequila Smith, knows what it is like to be the only African American female in the room. Now the vice president of Corporate Sustainability for Georgia Power, Smith graduated … more
Homeowners choose plants for their properties based on a number of variables. Some may be into growing their own foods, while others desire their gardens to be an awe-inspiring range of bright colors … more
SPANISH FORT — More than 2,600 acres of wild river basin along the Perdido River will become public property as part of an effort to preserve a total of about 30,000 acres between the river's … more
Gulf Coast Media is moving forward into producing more robust local sports coverage with the addition of Cole McNanna as sports editor. McNanna joins the Baldwin County-based newsroom most … more
FAIRHOPE – Work to repair a sinkhole that left a crater 85-feet long and up to 13 feet deep on Bancroft Street should be complete in about two weeks, Fairhope officials said. more
The Daphne girls’ soccer team recently announced coaching staff additions. Mary Nagy will serve as a varsity assistant and Leah Beach will be a varsity and junior varsity assistant to Head Coach Abram Chamberlain. more
The Midtown Optimist Club presented awards to local baseball players during an awards luncheon May 25 at the Azalea City Golf Club in Mobile. more
After another banner year on the golf course, Baldwin County Public Schools recognized 23 athletes with all-county distinction. more
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