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DAPHNE – Daphne is collecting about 8,000 cubic yards of storm debris a day, but removing all the material left by Hurricane Sally could take until November, city officials said. more
FOLEY - Foley mayor-elect Ralph Hellmich spoke at the Foley Woman’s Club kickoff meeting held in October, where he discussed new businesses, ongoing projects, and the future of Foley. “The … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Robertsdale City Council voted Monday, Oct. 5 to accept bids for the expansion to an automated meter-reading system for city utilities. In May of 2019, the council … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — The fall calendar is filling up with lots of great events in Bay Minette. Baldwin County High School homecoming parade will be held 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, and will … more
Orange Beach City Administrator Ken Grimes sits at his desk just days after Hurricane Sally blew through town. Wet carpet has been torn up and removed in his office and in much of the building. … more
LOXLEY, Alabama — The body of a missing Robertsdale woman was found Monday and while they are investigating, officials believe there was no foul play involved. Robertsdale Police issued a … more
OceanBlu Environmental Education and Consulting has launched ecofriendly guidelines for restaurants to reduce waste and help them save money by avoiding unnecessary purchases that customers really do … more
Gulf Shores Fire and Emergency Services has once again received the ISO (Insurance Service Officer) Public Protection Classification grade of 1. This rating is the highest rating possible from … more
Throughout October, The Wharf at Orange Beach will host a variety of new and well-known events including Cocktails and Canvases, Girls’ Night Out, Tailgate Toss and Hall-O-Week. “We … more
Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo said farewell to 16-year-old male lion Simba Oct. 9. The zoo made the announcement of Simba’s passing in a statement on the Facebook. Simba had recently been diagnosed … more
Hurricane Sally took a toll on the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail system. Many trees came down, fencing and barriers were damaged and the trail surface sustained damage. While the trail … more
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - During the Sept. council, Magnolia Springs approved its 2020/21 budget. The General Fund Budget for the next fiscal year comes in at $578,423.96. The estimated expenditures for the … more
SUMMERDALE - The Town of Summerdale passed a golf cart ordinance during a recent council meeting. The ordinance includes all registered utility vehicles. “This allows utility vehicles to ride on … more
ELBERTA, Alabama — Two men found dead in the early morning hours Friday near Elberta have been identified as fiberoptic cable installers from the west coast working in the area performing … more
In an effort to provide some Fall fun at the Foley Public Library, a LOOK & FIND event has been created where patrons, young & old, can search for certain items in the library, complete a sheet with … more
ELBERTA, Alabama — Baldwin County law enforcement agencies are investigating a pair of dead bodies found early Friday morning near Elberta. Lt. Andre Reid with the Baldwin County … more
Reborn just two years ago, the Stapleton Bluegrass Festival has already been heralded as “one of the best music festivals in the region” by Gulf Coast Newspapers and named a finalist for … more
The 2nd annual Bay Minette Witch Ride will be held Oct. 24, beginning at Blackburn Park in downtown Bay Minette. Registration is available through Eventbrite. Proceeds will benefit the North … more
The official warning is stern: flu season is coming. As Covid-19 cases continue to rise in the U.S. a clash of the two diseases can mean misery for the masses, and death.     Want to … more
In the hours after Hurricane Sally scraped across the coast last month, the windmill outside the Baldwin County Heritage Museum turned slowly in the breeze. It screeched and strained making an awful, … more
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