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On the hardwood, local volleyball teams were busy in tournament action last weekend where the Orange Beach Makos, Daphne Trojans and Bayside Academy Admirals won their brackets. The Gulf Shores … more
Hurricane Sally wreaked havoc on the marinas across the area. Sportsman Marina was heavily impacted. The docks were destroyed, the Tiki Bar damaged and operational capacity was limited.In late July, … more
Four local chefs will join forces to present a delicious dinner in a unique setting Oct. 21. Tickets are now available for the 11th-Annual Chicago Street Supper Club.Diners will enjoy an alfresco … more
GULF SHORES — As Gulf Shores develops, protecting the trees and other aspects of the environment that attract people to the resort community is a priority, the city's new arborist said.Joel … more
Orange Beach’s Chris Pearson blocked a field goal and returned it 72 yards for a touchdown to help the Makos emphatically earn their first win in Class 4A Region 1 over Jackson 31-14. more
GULF SHORES – Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft said a decision by the Alabama Department of Transportation to go ahead with a new bridge across the Intracoastal Waterway will create another free route to the island and relieve traffic congestion and help accommodate continued growth more
Threes are wild for the Bayside Academy Admirals entering their Week 3 matchup with the St. Michael Catholic Cardinals at home Friday night. Bayside Academy will be looking for its third win in as … more
Officials announced today that Tyler Lee Anderson, 31, of Orange Beach  has been  arrested and charged with reckless murder in connection with the death of a Mount Vernon police … more
DAPHNE – The owner of two popular downtown restaurants closed in Daphne for failure to pay sales taxes said he has paid the bill and penalties and interests and hopes to reopen soon. more
FAIRHOPE – The restaurant on the Fairhope Municipal Pier will reopen in early 2023 as the fifth location of The Blind Tiger, company officials said. more
DAPHNE – Daphne voters approved a three-mill property tax increase Tuesday, Aug. 30 that will raise more than $1 million a year for local schools. more
During the weekend, visitors honored those killed at the massacre at Fort Mims at the Fort Mims Restoration Association's annual re-enactment. On Aug. 30, 1813, a force of about 700 Creek Indians … more
After a summer hiatus, the Orange Beach Community Potluck returns to the Orange Beach Community Center Sept. 5 at 6 p.m. The monthly event is open to anyone who wishes to attend. It is requested … more
GULF SHORES — A third southbound lane on Alabama 59 between Foley and Gulf Shores will be open by 2024 and a pedestrian bridge built over the Intracoastal Waterway under plans approved by the … more
It rained. It poured. For weeks.But the Gulf Coast may have escaped August without a single hurricane pounding its shores – a benchmark that is almost unheard of.However, meteorologists are … more
DAPHNE — Mobile’s new international airport will have a major impact on Baldwin County and Baldwin County will help the Brookley facility attract more flights and business to the region, … more
Fairhope alum and Duke quarterback Riley Leonard highlights a group of football players who graduated from Baldwin County schools that hold college roster spots entering this weekend’s … more
Local volleyball teams were busy last weekend in tournament action where the Orange Beach Makos and Bayside Academy Admirals came away as gold bracket champions. The Gulf Shores Dolphins were … more
DAPHNE – Daphne voters will decide Tuesday, Aug. 30 if their community will become the fourth in Baldwin County to impose a three-mill property tax to support local schools. more
Half of Baldwin County’s football teams earned wins last Friday night, including the Spanish Fort Toros who used the first win of the Chase Smith era, 16-6 over Blount, to notch their first win … more
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