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BY METROEveryone can relate to feeling a little stressed out at times, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. Though it might have a negative reputation, stress can sometimes benefit the … more
BY METROModern diets designed with nutrition in mind are much more flavorful than the healthy diets of yesteryear. Healthy foods have long suffered from an ill-gotten reputation that they're devoid … more
Elberta Middle School's award-winning art department unveiled a one-of-a-kind mural in front the school Monday, May 16. World-renowned Nigerian artist Ibiyinka Alao served as a mentor, teacher and … more
FOLEY — Construction of the expanded South Baldwin Regional Medical Center in Foley should be complete around the beginning of 2024, Margaret Roley, hospital chief executive officer, said … more
Kayla Campo, senior at Central Christian School, wants to be a marine biologist in the future. That’s why earlier in the school year, she, along with her classmates, were shocked and excited to … more
Culvert repair on State Park Road will close the road starting Tuesday, June 7, at 7 a.m. through Wednesday, June 8, at 5 p.m. State Park Road needs infrastructure repairs because culverts are … more
This week, the Jordan's Way National Tour will visit the Baldwin County Humane Society as part of a national campaign to help shelters raise money.Jordan's Way is an animal welfare nonprofit. The … more
The Original Oyster House awarded its 16th-Annual Chelsea Garvin Spirit Scholarships to O'Melia Macpherson of Bayside Academy and Anna Goeke of Foley High School. Macpherson will study pre-law with a … more
The Optimist Club of Perdido Bay has awarded five $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors in Baldwin County. Dallas Bender is interested in a career in the restaurant industry and will attend … more
The U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer said only minutes remained before he reached the point of no return. Kevin Olmstead of Fairhope, a veteran angler and fishing guide for more than 20 years, had … 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
ROBERTSDALE — Last year, Robertsdale High School’s NJROTC program did not have a SeaPerch team.This year, the first RHS SeaPerch team is heading to internationals.SeaPerch is a remotely … 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
FOLEY — New development permits will be postponed for about two months while Foley officials prepare new regulations.The Foley City Council is scheduled to vote Monday, June 6 on final approval … 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
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