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Mrs. McKeough’s kindergarten classroom at Stapleton School is collecting Play-Doh this month to donate to USA Children’s and Women’s hospital in Mobile. Why September? September is … more
St. Benedict Catholic School constantly strives to make life easier for parents and the BRATS bus is another step in that direction. Beginning with the 2021 – 2022 school year, the BRATS bus will … more
As readers of the Baldwin Times, you know that the 2020 Census data was released on August 12. When this happens every 10 years (and we’ve done it in the United States since 1790!), we learn from … more
We applaud Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon’s announcement that he and the private owners of the Beach Express toll bridge have major plans for capacity expansion. The reported plans include … more
The 12th Annual Ride For The Fallen will be held on Saturday, Sept. 18. This year’s Poker Run will begin at 8 a.m. at The Office Lounge, located at 122 County Road 20 in Foley. Free biscuits and … more
On Sept. 24, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. the popular Pensacola band String Farm will play top Bluegrass hits, Old Time Gospel and a variety of unplugged Americana music at Historical Blakeley State … more
To ensure the safety of visitors, ESAC is instituting new First Friday Art Walk protocols, including masks required, limited attendance inside the facility, and no refreshments being served. ESAC … more
“There is no way that we could have found such a prime location without this vacancy, which was a result of the office tenant’s transition to work from home due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.” said … more
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Alabama Acting State Director Allen Bowen today announced that USDA has made significant investments in Alabama to support rural … more
Dollar General is excited to announce its store at 12973 County Road 97 in Elberta is now open! Normal hours of operation may be found through the Dollar General app. DG stores are proud to … more
School Superintendent Dr. Matt Akin announced today that the Gulf Shores City Board of Education has filed a lawsuit to challenge the distribution of sales tax they say should be shared … more
MOBILE, Alabama — A Foley man was sentenced Sept. 1 to 131 months in prison for his participation in a conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine ice. According to court … more
In observance of Labor Day, non-essential City of Foley offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 6, reopening on Tuesday, Sept. 7. The normally scheduled City Council meeting will be moved to Tuesday, … more
OWA will be offering Hurricane Ida evacuees a free day pass into The Park at OWA over Labor Day weekend, Sept. 3 - 6. By offering this promotion, OWA hopes to offer those sheltering in the area an … more
STYX RIVER, Alabama — Officials with the Baldwin County Highway Department said River Road in Styx River were expecting the road to be passable by the end of the day Wednesday, Sept. 1 after … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Central Baldwin Education Foundation is looking for a few good people who are looking to boost the educational opportunities for students in Central Baldwin … more
FAIRHOPE – A company’s plan to provide “pop-up picnics” at Magnolia Beach Park met with city approval, but some residents were concerned about issues such as parking at the bayfront site. more
Two Gulf Shores neighborhoods will soon receive requested three-way stops. The Gulf Shores Engineering Department received two requests for the installation of a three-way stop in a residential … more
Operation ReConnect presents Salute to Serve, a patriotic event Sept. 11 at The Wharf. The family friendly event will celebrate those who protect our freedoms. Throughout the day, families can … more
Gulf Shores City School employees and staff spent time this summer completing Stop The Bleed and active shooter training courtesy of the Gulf Shores Fire Rescue and Gulf Shores Police … more
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