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BAY MINETTE – Baldwin County voters turned out in high numbers to cast ballots in the Nov. 3 general election with an overall turnout of almost 62 percent. more
STYX RIVER, Alabama — Annual elections were held at the Oct. 5 board meeting with all members present and entitled to vote for all administrative positions. Chief Courtney Dunbar and … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Robertsdale City Council voted Monday, Oct. 19 to begin the process of a nearly $13.8 water and sewer system improvement project the city plans to complete in the … more
FAIRHOPE – Fairhope High School was evacuated for a short time Monday after a student set a fire in a trash can, Principal Jon Cardwell said. more
LOXLEY, Alabama — Nearly 100 inmates at the Loxley Community-Based Facility/Community Work Center tested positive for Coronavirus as the Alabama Department of Corrections is testing inmates in … more
10-27-20 Robert Gaylord Kerr, 50, 11830 Mallard Lane, Fairhope – Rape first degree, Failure to appear misdemeanor Robert Jordan Bowick, 32, 16150 Siene Street, Summerdale – Domestic … more
FAIROPE – With more than 300,000 cubic yards of material removed, Fairhope officials hope to have at least 80 percent of the debris left by Hurricane Sally collected by Thanksgiving, city officials said. more
FOLEY - Foley Mayor John Koniar was honored at the Monday, Oct. 19 council meeting, his final meeting as mayor. Along with a proclamation for his time in service, a commendation from Governor Kay … more
FAIRHOPE – The Lighting of the Trees celebration could include a new addition at the clock corner, but part of the site may have to be dug up again for soil testing, city officials said. more
FAIRHOPE – Hurricane Zeta did not hit Baldwin County as hard as Hurricane Sally the month before, but the storm surge wrecked piers and property along the Eastern Shore as well as inflicting other damage. more
Gulf Shores Mobile Food Unit Pilot Program is nearing the end and the City of Gulf Shores is seeking food truck patrons’ input. The pilot program was unanimously passed by Gulf Shores City … more
Do you enjoy playing softball? Are you over 50 years old? If you answered yes, then you need to get to the ball field. According to team contact Michael Dunaway, the season is off to a slow … more
It is November on the Gulf Coast and that can only mean it is time for the songwriters to arrive. The 36th Annual Frank Brown Songwriters’ Festival runs from Nov. 11-15 and features more than … more
A prescribed burn is planned at Gulf State Park as part of a forest management plan associated with longleaf pine restoration, fuel reduction and invasive species control. The planned burn will take … more
FOLEY - The Annual Foley Kiwanis Club Christmas Parade has been given the green-light and will be rolling through the streets of downtown Foley on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 10 a.m. The parade will follow … more
Ready for a night filled with laughter? Tired of the same old date night? Do you miss the days when “Whose Line Is It Anyway” fueled the comedy scene? Then OWA has a week filled with laughs just … more
SUMMERDALE, Alabama — A Summerdale School seventh grader has been charged with making a terroristic threat after posts on social media put the school in lockdown for several hours on … more
SUMMERDALE, Alabama — Baldwin EMC is sending a total of 13 employees to assist Clarke-Washington EMC in Jackson in power restoration efforts following the landfall of Hurricane Zeta. A Baldwin … more
SUMMERDALE, Alabama — As of 3 p.m. Saturday, Baldwin EMC announced that power has been restored to 100 percent of the cooperative’s meters that are not damaged and are able to receive … more
FOLEY - Looking for something to do as we get into fall and the upcoming winter? Look no further than the Brandon Styles Theater at OWA, which will be bringing back shows by popular demand as well as … more
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