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Orange Beach city leaders met earlier this week in a special called meeting to send a message to the federal government this year’s shortest ever three-day federal red snapper season was untenable … more
A Gulf Shores grad has returned to the gulf coast and is serving up java with style at her coffee shop, Foam. Saidy Stoddard is a local native who graduated from Gulf Shores and went to college … more
Tensions have once again flared between the Baldwin County Commission and the city of Fairhope’s utilities department following continued discussions and problems involving needed upgrades to … more
LOXLEY, Alabama — A head-on collision Monday on Alabama 59 at the entrance of the Loxley Municipal Park just south of U.S. 90 has resulted in the death of a Bay Minette woman. According to a … more
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SUMMERDALE, Alabama -- Municipalities and organizations throughout the area joined nationwide Day of Prayer observances on Thursday, May 4. The Rev. Chette Williams, chaplain for the Auburn Tiger … more
The tennis courts in Cedar Street Park may soon be under construction, as a plan was brought before the Foley council on Monday, May 1, concerning the complete rebuilding of the courts. The … more
Several homeowners in Gulf Shores came to a recent council work session to complain about a neighbor who may be operating businesses illegally out of his home. A representative for the Gulf Pines … more
On Friday, May 5, at approximately 6:52 p.m., a motor vehicle accident occurred on North Section Street between Pine Street and Oak Street in Fairhope.   According to witnesses, a Gray 2016 … more
Leslie Gahagan, the Environmental Manager and overseer of the development of Foley’s Graham Creek Nature Preserve, came before the Foley council on Monday, May 1, to propose a plan to expand the … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The City of Robertsdale will once again provide free summer camps beginning in June. Because of a potential conflict, all of the city’s sports camps will be held on … more
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