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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Robertsdale Mayor Charles Murphy said the city is on schedule with construction of its new public works complex after the council voted to solicit bids additional … more
As the first day of school looms, parents across the U.S. have debated and searched for alternatives to cramped classrooms and bustling hallways in an effort to avoid contracting the … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — A registered sex offender who left the state without notification was tracked to Tennessee before being arrested in Mississippi, according to a release issued Thursday by … more
PERDIDO, Alabama — A Milton, Florida, man was killed in a single-vehicle crash early Sunday morning, Oct. 18 on Hoyle Bryars Road, one mile south of Perdido. According to a release issued … more
BAY MINETTE -- Final storm debris collection routes for Baldwin County will begin Feb. 1. Residents are asked to place all debris on the curb before Feb. 1. more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — A Robertsdale man serving time on first degree assault charges for his role in an assault, robbery and kidnapping reported on Independence Day, 2017 in Robertsdale has … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — There was a good crowd on hand for dedication ceremonies of the new Silverhill Veterans War Memorial held Saturday, March 18 at Paul Anderson Park, across from Town Hall at … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Mobile Renaissance Faire & Pirate Festival was held Nov. 17 – 18 at Medieval Village, 30510 Osprey Lane, located north of the Wilcox Road exit of Interstate 10, … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — The town of Silverhill will continue to offer public building rentals but has added a sterilization fee and will now require those wishing to rent facilities to sign a waiver … more
Mayor John Manelos 1,030 Annette Sanders 85 Sherry Sullivan 3,795 Karin Wilson 1,622   Place No. 1 Jack Burrell 1085Deb Hopkin 894 Place No. 4 Robert Brown 1208 Howell … more
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s mission is to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.   Since 2004, the AFSP’s Out of the Darkness Walks have … more
Regions Bank on Friday announced a series of financial services that are available to help people and businesses in portions of Alabama, Florida and Mississippi that were impacted by Hurricane … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death of a maintenance worker Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 20 in east central Baldwin … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — The Silverhill Town Council voted at its meeting Monday, Feb. 15 to table a measure to annex property into the town limits after it was determined that part of the … more
FOLEY - The Foley council voted to revoke the business license for International Construction Enterprises, Inc., or ICE Restoration. The decision was made due to charges business owners Jessica … more
Gulf Shores Lions Club presented the 2020 Hugh Branyon Scholarship Award to Khushi Patel and Tanner Jones of Gulf Shores High School. Patel and Jones were special guests at the Gulf Shores Lions … more
Chef Starla will be serving up her famous chicken and waffles at a very special Pop-Up Shop on Aug. 9, at Java J’s Café in Bay Minette beginning at 1 p.m. While Starla will be whipping up her … more
Mayor Mike McMillan 545 Rebecca Cornelius 344 Jeffrey Batley 257 David Westerfield 44 City Council District 2 Carl Gustafson 187 Steve Gibson 88 City Council District … more
FAIRHOPE – A Fairhope man was arrested Wednesday, Jan. 13, on felony charges as a result of an on-going child sexual assault investigation by the Fairhope Police Department. more
FOLEY - The South Baldwin Chamber Foundation (SBCF) is preparing for its first-ever community yard sale. This community yard sale will be held on Saturday, March 27 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the … more
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