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Alabama Coastal Cleanup organizers have modified their plans for the event this Saturday, September 26th, 8:00 am and 12:00 noon. Hosts re-organized to accommodate coastal communities after Hurricane … more
The City of Gulf Shores, City of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism have been working closely with Governor Kay Ivey and the State of Alabama to determine when beaches can safely … more
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 9:00 A.M. UPDATE: Good morning! We are thrilled to report that 85% of our service territory is now powered up!!! more
Here is the text of the email Superintendent Eddie Tyler sent parents this morning: Parents, I hope you and your children are well. I know that many of you are blocked in, without power or … more
Based on a reduction in telephone call volume, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) toll-free COVID-19 hotline will operate only during regular business hours, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday … more
State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris urges Alabamians to heed all health and safety warnings as areas of the state deal with significant flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Sally. In addition, … more
The Baldwin County Commission has authorized the closure of all Baldwin County Commissionoffices and Baldwin County Commission owned, leased or controlled facilities on Monday,September 21, 2020, and … more
Governor Kay Ivey has issued a State of Emergency for Mobile and Baldwin counties in preparation for the impending strengthening and landfall of Hurricane Sally. The storm is expected to cause … more
Gulf Coast Media is excited to announce the launch of four new Facebook pages - one for each of its weekly publications. With pages dedicated to The Onlooker, The Islander, The Courier, and The … more
Hurricane Sally made landfall Tuesday near Gulf Shores with winds gusting near 100 mph in many locations. The storm caused extensive damage across Baldwin County, flooding roads, ripping trees from the ground and tearing roofs off of buildings. The Gulf State Park Pier was cut in half by the winds and waves as the storm moved ashore. More than 400,000 homes and businesses were left without power across three states. more
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