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DAPHNE – An addition to the new parking lot at City Hall should improve access and traffic flow on Main Street, city officials said. more
FOLEY - Only seven months into the 2020/21 fiscal year budget, and the City of Foley has already exceeded the forecasted revenues for this fiscal year. While reviewing the March tax reports, City … more
DAPHNE – The Daphne Senior Center will begin to reopen Monday, May 2, after being closed for more than a year during the COVID-19 outbreak. more
In October 2021, the board of directors of the Erie Hall Meyer Charitable Fund, Inc. established a matching grant for the Christian Service Center (CSC) agreeing to deliver $1 for each $1 the … more
Caleb Pittman, music director for the Orange Beach Continuing Excellence Program, will be the featured speaker at the Orange Beach Community Association Potluck May 3 at 6 p.m. Pittman will provide … more
Nick DiMario has been the man behind the scenes running restaurants for other people for a long time. While he enjoys what he does, he saw an opportunity to create a little something for his family … more
DAPHNE – Federal officials are starting to reimburse local governments for storm damage from Hurricane Sally in September, area officials said. more
SUMMERDALE, Alabama — After National Day of Prayer observances were modified or cancelled last year because of COVID-19, in person services are once again being planned for Thursday, May 6 in … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — In September 2020, the North Baldwin Community Foundation, an affiliate of The Community Foundation of South Alabama, was founded to serve as a vehicle to receive … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Three students from Robertsdale High School have placed in the Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest. Students selected for first place will advance to compete at … more
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