News from Foley and Central Baldwin County
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Visitors to the Foley Event Center and the Sports Tourism Complex are set to experience enhanced parking facilities following the approval of plans by Foley City Council. The approved projects … more
Bring your appetite, and prepare for a fun time because it is Mudbugs & Margarita Festival time. Beach Life Events has announced the lineup for the 2024 edition of the Mudbugs & Margaritas … more
The sun was shining, and the community showed up to welcome the Morris family to their new home in Elberta. Gulf Coast Media first introduced readers to U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Johnny Morris II, … more
Three generations of women have brought their culinary expertise and years of hospitality from Texas to Foley. The trio now operates two Baldwin County businesses; Feast & Company Catering and … more
C Spire, a leading telecommunications and technology services company, is embarking on a rapid expansion of its fiber infrastructure, aiming to bring multi-gigabit home fiber internet with speeds of … more
On March 27 at 10 a.m., the Foley Public Library is set to host a Coffee and Donuts with an Author event, showcasing the literary talents of Mobile native Judy Culbreth. This month's event will … more
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Central and South Alabama proudly announced the winners of their annual Laws of Life essay competition, supported by the Alabama Humanities Alliance. … more
Pirates’ Cove Marina is gearing up for an Easter Sunrise Service on March 31, featuring Patrick Higgins from Gideons International as the speaker. The event invites all to gather early to … more
Motorists traveling southbound on Alabama 59 at Baldwin County 20 South should anticipate a temporary lane closure from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today, Thursday, March 14, as construction continues to … more
Neurosurgeon Dr. Juan F. Ronderos, M.D., has joined the South Baldwin Medical Group network, marking the inauguration of the Neuro Spine Program at South Baldwin Regional Medical Center. With … more
Morgan's Chapel, located on Highway 10 across from Swift School, has announced their schedule for special Easter services. The church will observe Maundy Thursday on March 28 at 6 p.m., followed … more
The final changes are complete and Homes For Our Troops will turn over the keys to a brand-new home to U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Johnny Morris II. Gulf Coast Media introduced you to Morris and his … more
Foley is set to embark on expanding Alabama's largest municipal nature preserve, thanks to a $5 million federal grant approved by the Foley City Council under the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act … more
The Bay Minette Tiger Sharks swim team organized its inaugural Polar Plunge, a fundraising event aimed at supporting the upcoming season. Despite the cold temperatures, dozens of participants … more
F. Scott Fitzgerald, renowned for his profound depiction of the human condition in classics such as "The Great Gatsby," once said, "That is part of the beauty of all literature. You discover that … more
Veterans of the Foley National Guard unit expressed gratitude to city officials and residents for their unwavering support, both past and present, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the unit's … more
Plans are in motion to repurpose Foley's former National Guard armory into a multifunctional space for recreation facilities and city offices. During a session on Monday, March 4, the Foley City … more
Middleton Auto Parts, a locally owned and family-operated auto parts store in Robertsdale, is gearing up to host its annual customer appreciation lunch. The event is scheduled to take place on March … more
Marilyn Mannhard, a Baldwin County Master Gardener, shared her expertise on container gardening during a recent program held for members and guests of the Robertsdale Garden Club. Drawing from … more
More than 700 trees found new homes during the City of Bay Minette’s annual Arbor Day observance, organized by the Bay Minette Beautification Committee and coordinated by Jody McMillan and the … more
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