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The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) will be back at the Gulf Shores Sportsplex for its 2021 Men’s & Women’s Outdoor Track & Field National Championship … more
The open comment session at the Orange Beach City Council meeting August 18 included confusion for some attendees about whether it was a political debate, forum or normal comment session. A post … more
MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Attorney General Steve Marshall announced that Alabama’s price gouging law is in effect in advance of the arrival of Hurricane Sally this week. Alabama’s … more
The Baldwin County Commission has authorized the closure of all Baldwin County Commissionoffices and Baldwin County Commission owned, leased or controlled facilities on Monday,September 21, 2020, and … more
The Copper Kettle Tea Bar has become a staple in the community of Foley and beyond. Sue Adams and Robin Peters - the unbeatable sister duo - have managed to create a space that is as inviting as it … more
Orange Beach Recreation Center, Expect Excellence and Camp Sunshine summer camp announced July 17 that three staff members tested positive for COVID-19. All camp programs and the Recreation Center … more
Four Orange Beach businesses were vandalized by a graffiti artist sometime between the evening of Aug. 19 and the morning of Aug. 20. The businesses affected include Anchor Bar and Grill, Barefoot … more
MOBILE, Alabama — The Alabama District has announced a temporary suspension of operations in select locations, due to the approach of Hurricane Sally. The U.S. Postal Service apologizes for any … more
State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris urges Alabamians to heed all health and safety warnings as areas of the state deal with significant flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Sally. In addition, … more
Gulf Shores Police Department has started placing parking boots on vehicles with repeated parking offenses. Gulf Shores Police Department would like to remind residents that a valid 2021-2022 … more
SPANISH FORT, Alabama -- The recently formed Armed Forces Honor Guard conducted its first military honors ceremony Friday, May 12 for Navy veteran Warner C. Lawson at the Alabama State Veterans … more
The 49th Annual National Shrimp Festival may be canceled this year due to COVID – 19 but the Fourth Annual Miss Shrimp Festival Pageant will still be crowning festival royalty Sept. 26. This … more
As Hurricane Sally’s track continues to shift east, local conditions continue to worsen in the Cityof Gulf Shoresand surrounding areas. Extreme life-threatening and historic flooding conditions … more
Based on a reduction in telephone call volume, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) toll-free COVID-19 hotline will operate only during regular business hours, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday … more
Big fish mean big bucks and bigger bragging rights as the chase for the Gulf Coast Triple Crown Series (GCTC) begins locally. The first local sanctioned tournament happens this weekend with the … more
SUMMERDALE - During the July meeting, the Summerdale council approved town staff to begin a study to determine the feasibility of withdrawing the town’s policing back to corporate limits. … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama -- Residents at the William F. Green Veterans Home in Bay Minette were feeling a little more cheerful on Saturday, thanks to a visit from the “Jolly Ole Elf” … more
LOLXEY, Alabama -- For firefighters and many first responders, proper training can often mean the difference between life and death. Firefighters from four departments in Central Baldwin County got … more
The Annual National Shrimp Festival Golf Challenge for Education tees off Sept. 11 at Peninsula Golf and Racquet Club. The Annual National Shrimp Festival/Coastal Alabama Chamber Golf Challenge … more
  4-24-21 Jon M. Calvert – Ignition interlock misdemeanor Jose J. Carrillo-Jasso – DUI Celso D. Contreras – Disorderly conduct/disturbing peace, Attempt to elude a … more
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