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For all registered voters who have lived within Mobile County or Baldwin County for over 30 years, then said residential voters should be exempt of any and all "new" tolls that will be placed for new … more
Some of us who were former legislators, who served our counties in the legislature a long time, were considered by many to always be their legislator. A good many of my former constituents still call … more
National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced over 3,500 winners of national Merit Scholarship financed by U.S. colleges and universities, including four from Baldwin County. Official of each … more
The Baldwin County Training School Black Heritage Fest ’91 Foundation Inc., will host a weekend of events to honor the 130th anniversary of the Baldwin County Training School. On Monday, July … more
During the fourth full weekend in June, the attention of the amateur radio community turns to its annual Field Day remote operating event. With the establishment of the amateur radio service in the … more
SUMMERDALE, Alabama — Summerdale Mayor David Wilson said he felt the town was moving in “positive direction” by revamping the volunteer fire department. It was announced at the Summerdale … more
DAPHNE, Alabama — The Baldwin County Local Emergency Planning Committee held its quarterly meeting on Monday, June 17 in the conference room at Thomas Medical Center in Daphne. An act of the … more
BAY MINETTE – County commissioners postponed the first public hearing to discuss the extension of the Baldwin Beach Express north to Interstate 65 following requests by groups wanting to address the issue. more
FAIRHOPE -- Fairhope police have identified and arrested the second subject from Monday’s road rage incident. Windell Earl Robinson, 54, of Daphne turned himself in to the Fairhope Police Department on Wednesday after a warrant was issued for third-degree criminal mischief. more
Fun at the library [Photo gallery]
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Robertsdale Public Library hosted a pair of events, continuing its summer reading program last week at the library on Pennsylvania Street. On Wednesday, June 12, David … more
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