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Gulf Shores Fire Rescue recently released its Marine Life Safety Swimmer's Guide, meant to help educate those who plan on testing the waters as temperatures increase and marine life becomes more … more
Gulf Shores City Council unanimously approved a resolution at its Monday, June 10, meeting that allows the airport authority to move forward with a $5 million grant toward its passenger terminal … more
The Foley Beach Express toll plaza is scheduled to undergo demolition starting late Sunday, June 16, the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) announced. From roughly 9 p.m. Sunday to 5 … more
Summer is in the air, and soon music will fill Meyer Park as the city’s annual s ummer c oncert s eries kicks off June 21. The C ity of Gulf Shores has put together a lineup that is sure to … more
Karen Taubel, who celebrates her 27th anniversary at the Original Oyster House this year, counts her many blessings. Back in 1997, when the restaurant was three miles closer to Mobile, before a … more
The news of a new cigar shop opening at The Wharf, co-owned by county music superstar Luke Bryan, has been buzzing for months. Shore Thing Cigars will hold its grand opening this weekend which … more
Gulf Shores has been ranked the fifth-best beach in the United States for 2024 by U.S. News & World Report. The city, renowned for its dazzling white quartz sands and inviting emerald waters, … more
Sea turtle nesting has begun on the Gulf Coast with Orange Beach discovering its first nest of the season on Thursday, May 30, OBA announced on June 1. Loggerheads, green sea turtles and Kemp's … more
Rising costs have thrown a wrench in plans for two major Gulf Shores improvements — both Coastal Gateway Park and a part of the new Waterway Bridge project. Following public concern, city … more
A new Sunliner Diner may soon be arriving in Orange Beach. Lieb Engineering has submitted a site plan for approval to build the diner at 26035 Perdido Beach Boulevard, directly across from the … more
GULF SHORES — Fête de la Musique or Make Music Day is an annual music celebration that takes place around the globe annually June 21. This year, you can celebrate the day in Gulf Shores. … more
Construction on the pedestrian bridge detour project in Gulf Shores is set to begin June 10. This work will lay the groundwork for the city’s new pedestrian bridge crossing the … more
The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo has new and exciting additions to kick off summer. The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, "The Little Zoo That Could," has been a fixture in Gulf Shore for many years but moved to its … more
JD Swiger, a Gulf Shores native who operates Swiger Studio alongside his brother Michael, didn't quite channel his artistic influence from the very beginning. Now, though, the business has grown to a … more
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) reports that its aviation unit participated in a Rescue Swimmer Detail over the Memorial Day weekend, alongside the Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Fire … more
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach were recently listed as the No. 2 red snapper fishing spot in the Gulf of Mexico for 2024 by FishingBooker, one of the country's largest platforms for booking fishing … more
If you are looking for an afternoon of fun this summer, then look no further than Tacky Jacks in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. The 12th-annual Summer of Fun series features family friendly … more
Foam Coffee, serving the Gulf Shores community and tourists alike for seven years now, continues its growth and connection to the community through caffeine. Saidy Troha was attending school in … more
ORANGE BEACH — The Gulf Coast Triple Crown Big Game Fishing Championship kicked off with a bang Wednesday night as Orange Beach locals weighed in a bluefin tuna caught by Garret Ford that … more
HomeToGo, the SaaS-enabled marketplace with the world's largest selection of vacation rentals, ranked Gulf Shores as the third-most in-demand destination among American travelers in its 2024 Summer … more
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