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Elberta Elementary School has been named a 2022 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona. Nationally, 297 schools were recognized for the award, including five … more
Week 5 of the high school football season has playoff pictures starting to settle in as the unbeaten teams look to gain ground in their standings. Only Class 7A’s No. 2 Fairhope, as well as … more
In the updated high school football rankings created by the Alabama Sports Writers Association, three local teams earned spots while three more received votes entering Week 5 of the season. In … more
Box: Residential home building permits issued, Baldwin County2021: 3,7052016: 2,5202011: 756 Slower, pricier, but continuing are the words real estate experts are using to describe home sales … more
MOBILE – Jared Jones, M.D. joins Diagnostic & Medical Clinic (DMC) following the completion of his residency in family medicine at the University of South Alabama.As a family medicine … more
Gopher tortoise conservation reached a new level recently when the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) teamed with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Eckerd … more
Bama Beach Pickleball Club and Foley Sports Tourism sponsored a pickleball tournament Aug. 24-28 at the Foley Event Center to benefit the Gastric Cancer Foundation. Under the direction of Eddie … more
FOLEY — Major projects for the upcoming year in Foley could cost $13 million more than the city expects to bring in, but the work is needed to keep up with the demands of growth, city officials … more
Week 4 of the high school football season saw the Elberta Warriors grab their first win of the season, Robert Dunn from Snook Christian Academy set single-game passing school records and three teams … more
Roy Hoffman, a Mobile native and Fairhope resident, has had an extensive career with the written word. He is a novelist, journalist and had a stint as a speechwriter. He will give a presentation … more
NEW ORLEANS – The Sun Belt Conference announced Thursday that the Graham Creek Nature Preserve in Foley, will serve as the site of the 2022 Sun Belt Men’s and Women’s Cross Country … more
FOLEY – This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Publix SuperCup Girls Weekend and the Bounders Beach Bash being held in tandem at Foley Sports Tourism (FST). The soccer tournament and … more
GULF SHORES – Plans for commercial air service at the Gulf Shores International Airport moved forward with the announcement that the Gulf Shores Airport Authority signed an agreement with TBI/VINCI Airports for the construction of a new commercial air terminal. more
Although Week 4 of the high school football season features no intra-county matchups, there are plenty of intriguing games as region play is ramping up. Only four Baldwin County teams will host … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Division continues to expand its unique access to the great outdoors with five new Special … more
With storms in the forecast for much of the Baldwin County area Friday night, many football teams are moving their games to Thursday. The Fairhope Pirates' away game at MGM, as well as the Elberta Warriors' home game against LeFlore have been bumped up to Thursday. more
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
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
The Optimist Club of Foley is prepping for their 36th-Annual Taste of South Baldwin event, Sept. 15, at the Foley Civic Center. The fundraising event has aided the Foley Optimist Club in awarding … more
FOLEY — Baldwin County has managed to deal with changes in one of the fastest growing regions in the United States, but officials are still working on some issues, County Commission Chairman … more
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