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The Gulf Shores Police Department has identified the suspect in last night’s shooting that left one person injured near but outside of The Hangout. Police arrested 21-year-old Rafiq … more
Famous author Stephen King once wrote that "Sooner or later, everything old is new again," which applies to recent work in Alabama's coastal waters. Obsolete structures once used for shoreline … more
A 21-year-old man was taken into custody by the Gulf Shores Police Department last night after what officials say was a fight that escalated and gunfire. GSPD responded to a report of a fight at … more
Despite new, lower, federal catch limits, Alabama anglers should still have a successful season as state officials advocate for higher numbers, officials said.“At the end of the day, … more
All these years later, Gulf Shores Hall of Fame quarterback Brandon Silvers still looks back on a ping pong table at his uncle’s house in Foley as the place where the first sparks of his … more
Gulf Shores – The city of Gulf Shores will host its annual Hurricane Preparedness Expo Wednesday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Erie H. Meyer Civic Center, at 1930 W. 2nd St. in Gulf … more
The Orange Beach Police Department is seeking information in connection to a home invasion and burglary that occurred early Friday morning where the victim’s truck was stolen. According to a … more
Chris Blankenship, Commissioner of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) provided good news at the Alabama Conservation Advisory Board meeting last weekend in … more
For the last 50 years, save for two during the pandemic, spring has meant Shrimp Fest in Gulf Shores. Preparations for the 50th edition of the Annual National Shrimp Festival are in full swing, … more
FORT MORGAN — Over 200 volunteers braved cold temperatures and gusty winds to remove litter from the Fort Morgan peninsula. Over half of the volunteers were there thanks to the Hangout Music … more
GULF SHORES — The future of hospitality and tourism in Gulf Shores is bright and looking through green-colored glasses.On Wednesday, March 15, students in the Gulf Shores High School … more
With only 50 days remaining until the National Collegiate Beach Volleyball Championship returns to the Alabama Gulf Coast for the seventh straight season, the UAB Blazers are hosting the March to May … more
FOLEY — Pampering your pet is about to get easier. Sea Paws Pet Resort began offering a shuttle service March 1 to transport pets to both locations, making it easier to serve customers who … more
GULF SHORES — Grab your friends, family and a blanket or lawn chair and plop down at Meyer Park for the City of Gulf Shores’ upcoming Music at Meyer Park concerts. These springtime … more
ORANGE BEACH — Newspapers can help people with archival research and weird problems, but Diane Bockin brought Gulf Coast Media a new, crustacean-centered one last week. Her need: blank … more
Gulf Shores City Schools has a green thumb and now a green ribbon. The city school district announced Monday it was selected as a recipient of the 2023 Alabama Green Ribbon Schools Award. The … more
ORANGE BEACH – By the light of moon and headlamps, a 10-to-11-foot great white shark was caught March 7 at 4 a.m. by shark fishing outfitters Dylan Wier and Blaine Kenny of Coastal … more
Lake Shelby in Gulf State Park was feeling artsy this weekend for the ninth-annual Ballyhoo Festival. With 100  art vendors, 10 food vendors, live music, performances by the Poarch Band of … more
FORT MORGAN – The much-anticipated second Jesse’s Restaurant is one step closer to opening, and they’re looking for people to fill its staff. Jesse’s on The Bay, located … more
It's time to move, Alabama. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System is launching "Move Alabama," a community physical activity challenge to encourage Alabamians to exercise with family, friends … more
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