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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Mobile Renaissance Faire & Pirate Festival was held Nov. 16-17 at Medieval Village, 30510 Osprey Lane, located north of the Wilcox Road exit of Interstate 10, … more
DAPHNE – Vehicles going through downtown Daphne may soon have to slow down under a proposal being studied by the City Council. more
FAIRHOPE – A century and a quarter after the first settlers arrived to establish their dream community, some of their descendants and other residents commemorated the 125th anniversary of Fairhope’s founding. more
STOCKTON – The Native American mounds at Bottle Creek had their most extensive excavation and study a quarter of a century ago, but many questions remain about Alabama’s second largest mound site. more
SPANISH FORT – City residents will start the new year in Spanish Fort with a new garbage collection company and officials are working on plans to make the switch. more
BLAKELEY -- Award-winning archaeologist and author Ian Brown will present a special free lecture at Historic Blakeley State Park on the Bottle Creek Mound Site on Friday. more
SPANISH FORT – Projects to improve public access to Mobile Bay in Daphne and Spanish Fort can move forward with the approval of more than $3 million in federal funding. more
SPANISH FORT – Chief David Edgar will retire after almost 20 years heading the Spanish Fort Police Department and 28 years in law enforcement. more
SPANISH FORT – City Council members hope to move forward with appointing the nine members of the Spanish Fort School Commission after questions arose about the appointment of four of the commissioners. more
DAPHNE – Recycling collection schedules, costs and the material accepted may soon change in Daphne, but the company taking the city’s recyclables will remain the same, city officials said. more
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