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The U.S. Census Bureau has extended the 2020 Census nationwide until Saturday, Oct. 31. The extension is welcome news to Baldwin as citizens are still working to recover after Hurricane Sally slammed … more
9-30-20 Jessica Gale Margo Froseth, 27, 15931 Pine Grove Road Ext. West, Bay Minette – Failure to appear traffic, Detainer for hold Mobile County Joshua Edward Bass, 38, 33778 Lost River … more
LOXLEY, Alabama — A group from West Virginia assisted the Loxley Church of God to provide meals for the community following the devastation caused by Hurricane Sally. The Beckley Dream … more
Governor Ivey has issued a second supplemental State of Emergency as it relates to Hurricane Delta. Effective immediately, the mandatory-evacuation provision for all visitors and tourists contained … more
FOLEY - The Gateway Initiative had some exciting news at the inaugural AlabamaWorks! Innovator Awards, which were presented by Governor Kay Ivey and Deputy Director of Commerce and AIDT Director Ed … more
LOXLEY – Recent events such as Hurricane Sally and the threat from Hurricane Delta show the importance of an additional north-south highway for Baldwin County, supporters of a toll-authority amendment said. more
ROBERTSDALE – Baldwin County went under a mandatory evacuation for tourists and other non-residents Wednesday as Hurricane Delta approached the northern Gulf Coast. more
FAIRHOPE – City revenues are picking up after slowing down when the COVID-19 outbreak began earlier this year, Fairhope officials said at a recent budget discussion. Sales tax revenue was up 2.77 percent from the year before, Kim Creech, Fairhope city treasurer, said on Sept. 28. more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale Police Department is preparing to welcome a new officer into their ranks - a German Shepard, the first in the department’s new K9 unit. “We’re lucky enough to … more
SPANISH FORT – Voters in Daphne and Spanish Fort made their final selection for mayors in runoff elections Tuesday. more
Governor Kay Ivey has declared a state of emergency in advance of Hurricane Delta’s arrival along the Gulf Coast and has issued a mandatory evacuation for tourists and vacationers along the … more
The City of Gulf shores has declared a local state of emergency following Governor Kay Ivey's declaration due to Hurricane Delta's imminent threat to the local area. Hurricane Delta continues to … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce has canceled plans for its annual Flavors of the South Food and Wine Tasting event. Originally scheduled for July, the event, … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — A case involving animal abuse will return to Robertsdale’s municipal court later this month after a Baldwin County Grand Jury decided not to bring felony charges in … more
FAIRHOPE – Damage from Hurricane Sally will require voters in one Fairhope precinct to cast ballots in a new location for the Nov. 3 general election. more
While Hurricane Sally’s slow pace may have delivered four months of rain in four hours, the GEICO BoatUS Marine Insurance Catastrophe Team is finding that the Category 2 hurricane’s … more
 The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced the opening of a Business Recovery Center (BRC) in Gulf Shores Oct. 2, to help businesses impacted by Hurricane Sally.  SBA … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (ADCNR) Marine Resources Division (MRD) reminds anglers that three days have been added to the private angler recreational season … more
Gulf Shores Municipal runoff election for City Council Place 1 and Place 2 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 27. The runoff had been deferred to Nov. 3, but officials said the logistics of … more
FAIRHOPE – Cleaning up from Hurricane Sally will cost an estimated $7.75 million in Fairhope, but most of that cost should be paid by federal sources, city officials said. more
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