Editorials
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Yesterday Baldwin County’s 45 school campuses opened their doors and released 32,000 students into the sweet arms of summer. It’s time for our children to explore all the adventures that … more
Couldn’t go boating last weekend, huh? Lifeguards tossed you out of the rocky waves slapping at the beach? Maybe your electricity went out for an hour or so. Minor inconveniences. Be certain, … more
Nine years ago the oil that spewed from Deepwater Horizon coated our coastlines, destroying plants, animals, habitats and lives. This year, new opportunity springs from the aftermath of that … more
Jacques Cousteau. National Geographic. These names conjure images of global endeavors that protect, preserve and present the most treasured places on the planet. Now, they are part of the lexicon … more
Increasingly, and not surprisingly, more and more “For Sale” signs offering large land parcels, suitable for commercial use or multi-home PUD’s, are appearing along The Beach Express and Foley … more
In Alabama’s fastest growing county and fastest growing community, change and development are inevitable. The key to dealing with this change is smart growth management. The actions by the city … more
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