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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Eighteen members of the Robertsdale High School senior class will vie for the titles of Queen and King during Homecoming festivities on Friday, Oct. 23. Homecoming … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — The Silverhill Town Council took action and discussed other issues at its regular meeting Monday, Oct. 5 in an ongoing effort to recover from Hurricane Sally. Mayor … more
FAIRHOPE – COVID-19 precautions will mean changes for upcoming Fairhope events, but officials said they want to continue as many of the annual celebrations as possible. more
PERDIDO, Alabama — One person was killed in a singe-vehicle crash early Sunday morning, Oct. 18 on Hoyle Bryars Road, one mile southwest of Perdido. According to a release issued Monday by … more
FOLEY - At the end of September, the Choose2Coalition spoke in support of Amendment 2, which will appear on the Baldwin County General Election Ballot on Nov. 3. If passed, the amendment will see the … more
Join Curt Strutz of Paranormal Generation fame for his presentation “Visiting the Beyond” at the Foley Public Library on Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. Strutz will present a … more
DAPHNE – After being postponed and relocated by COVID-19 and Hurricane Sally, the Jubilee Festival of Arts kicked off Saturday as residents and artists took part in one of the area’s first major outdoor celebrations since the pandemic began in March. more
FAIRHOPE – More than a month after being shut down by Hurricane Sally, Fairhope will resume curbside recycling pickups Monday as the efforts to clean up after the storm continued. more
BAY MINETTE – Spanish Fort Mayor Mike McMillan was found not guilty of a charge that he slapped a city employee in 2019. more
FOLEY – Kathryn Taylor, city clerk for Foley, recently earned the Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designation, awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. The designation is awarded to … more
All over Baldwin County, you can see FEMA debris management sites popping up. These sites, characterized by the mountains of debris and large trucks driving to and from the location, are the first … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — The Florida man charged in the shooting deaths of two Seattle men Oct. 8 near Elberta is being held without bond in Baldwin County Corrections Center following a hearing … more
SUMMERDALE, Alabama — Youth-Reach Gulf Coast, a Christ-centered residential ministry for young men ages 18-22, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, Oct 12 with the Central Baldwin … more
FAIRHOPE, Alabama — Investigators with the Baldwin County Major Crimes Unit believe that the two men shot and left on County Road 95 near Elberta last week were involved in a drug deal gone … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Tens of thousands of hot meals were provided to Hurricane Sally victims in Baldwin County in the week following the storm, thanks to volunteers from a global food … more
Repairs to the trail along State Park Road (formerly Hwy 135) began Monday and will require closure of this road Wednesday through Friday, Oct. 14 – 16, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. As an … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (ADCNR) Marine Resources Division (MRD) will open weekends for red snapper fishing for private recreational anglers beginning … more
SPANISH FORT – When Mike McMillan starts his new term as mayor of Spanish Fort on Nov. 2, storm-water management, public safety and the completion of US 31 will be some of the city’s top priorities. more
DAPHNE – Plans for a new Whataburger on US 98 are on hold after the Daphne City Council tabled a proposal to lease property for a restaurant site. more
DAPHNE – When Daphne’s new mayor takes office Nov. 2, continuing the cleanup from Hurricane Sally will be a top priority, Robin LeJeune said. more
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