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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Robertsdale Police Department is warning residents of a scam involving someone claiming to be raising money/taking donations for the police department. “Do … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The city of Robertsdale will receive additional federal funds to help the continued local recovery effort from the COVID-19 pandemic. During a work session held July … more
FOLEY – OWA continues to keep the good times rolling this summer with an all new Summer Live Concert Series throughout the month of July. Saturdays beginning July 17, the free live concerts begin … more
FOLEY - The city of Foley has 15 projects that were sent to FEMA for reimbursement consideration, which together total $15.8 million. Of those projects, four have been denied for reimbursement, and … more
High schools across the area, including Gulf Shores High, were damaged by a group vandals last week. On Wednesday, July 7, officials discovered that high schools in Foley, Fairhope, Daphne, … more
Fort Morgan Volunteer Fire Department is getting close to breaking ground on a new Fire Station 2 after more than two years of planning and permit struggles. “This is a project we have been … more
Orange Beach residents have a new 24/7 adult only fitness center to utilize. The 17,400 square-foot gym opened July 6. The facility was designed by Davis Architects, Inc. and McCollough … more
You may be hearing the buzz around town about the smokehouse in The Square across from Rouse's Market. It is a quaint little shop inside but do not let the size of the shop fool … more
Captain Mark Robinson was presented with a Quilts of Valor quilt at the June meeting of the South Baldwin Republican Women to honor his military service to our country. The quilt was presented by the … more
Little Lagoon Preservation Society (LLPS) will host its first member meeting since the COVID-19 pandemic started last spring. Guest speaker Dr. P.J. Waters will give a presentation covering four … more
For the 11th consecutive year, the City of Gulf Shores is pleased to announce that the Finance and Administration Department has once again received the Government Finance Officers Association's … more
The Gulf Shores City Board of Education is pleased to announce a revision to the employee leave policy to add parental leave for all full-time employees. Dr. Matt Akin, Superintendent of Gulf … more
The Blue Marlin Grand Championship, known as The Greatest Show in Sportfishing, returns to The Wharf in Orange Beach July 14-18. The event is also the final leg of the Gulf Coast Triple Crown … more
BAY MINETTE — Local artist Breanna Earls has completed a colorful new mural at the corner of Hoyle Avenue and U.S. 31 North on the side wall of The Print Shop in downtown Bay Minette. The … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Rain didn’t dampen Robertsdale’s Centennial spirit as the city kicked off the celebration of the 100th anniversary of its incorporation on Sunday, July … more
FOLEY - After two months of discussions and draft revisions, Foley council approved to implement an impact fee on new developments within city limits. Funds collected from the fee will be put towards … more
On July 8, Bama Beach Pickleball Club held its 5th Beginners’ Clinic at The Church of Christ in Gulf Shores. The Club started offering the clinics in 2019 to introduce people to the game of … more
LOXLEY, Alabama — Imperial Dade, a leading independently owned and operated distributor of food service packaging and janitorial supplies, held a groundbreaking for a new logistics hub in … more
FOLEY - When starting a business, it’s impossible to predict how long the doors will remain open. For Malouf Furniture + Design, which began in Greenwood, Mississippi, the journey has been going … more
FOLEY - Saturday, July 31, is filled with exciting programs for both Harry Potter Day and Family Book Reads at the Foley Public Library. July 31 is Harry Potter’s birthday (as well as J. K. … more
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