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Mrs. Perren’s class at Swift Consolidated Elementary spent an afternoon journaling their daily tomato plants growth. more
Students at Magnolia School are continuing the fun by learning the different types of printmaking in art class. Students printed with Legos to create patterns. more
Online pre-registration for enrolling Pre-K and kindergarteners for the 2021-2022 school year is now available. Please go to www.bcbe.org/registration to pre-register for Pre-K and kindergarten … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — The Bay Minette Beautification Committee has added electronics to its Clean Out & Recycle Day event, set for 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 24 at Bay Minette City … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, March 30 at Coastline Creations, located at 18451 Ohio St. in Robertsdale. “This … more
DAPHNE – The second in command of the Daphne Police Department stepped down last week, retiring after more than 30 years with the city. more
SPANISH FORT – The Rev. Richard Ullo has been appointed the first chaplain of the Spanish Fort Police Department following action by the City Council. more
FOLEY - Dog owners visiting the Foley Dog Park will find a new addition soon - a stick library. The project was brought forward by students in Foley Elementary School teacher Christine Speir’s … more
SPANISH FORT – The city of Spanish Fort is moving forward with plans to build a new women’s field house at Spanish Fort High School, but the project will cost more than expected, city officials said. more
DAPHNE – A proposal to change how urban areas are designated could cost Eastern Shore communities funding and influence, local officials objecting to the plan said. more
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