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ROBERTSDALE — On Monday, Oct. 18, Rotarians in Baldwin County joined the fight to eradicate polio forever. Rotary clubs throughout District 6880 marked historic progress toward a polio-free … more
ROBERTSDALE — The Robertsdale Centennial Committee is looking for teams to participate in a chili cookoff that will be held during the Honeybee Festival on Nov. 6. It is free to enter, said … more
BAY MINETTE — North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kristina Pittman is warning of a scam circulating through Chamber members. “It has been brought to our … more
The moment everyone has been waiting for has arrived. More than 105,000 nominations were placed by Gulf Coast Media readers during the nomination phase. Now, the top five finalists in every category … more
Orange Beach Police and Fire Departments will host their annual Community Cookout Oct. 30 at Waterfront Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Firefighters and police will man grills full of hamburgers and … more
Gulf Shores Fire Chief Mark Sealy announced Lt. Nicholas Scheer as Firefighter of the Quarter for the third quarter during the Gulf Shores City Council meeting Oct. 11. Sealy took a few moments to … more
The David L. Bodenhamer Recreation Center lobby renovation uncovered a few issues that require  an increase to the renovation budget. In May 2021 the Gulf Shores City Council adopted a … more
The sky is no longer the limit for Gulf Shores High School students. The Aviation Academy held an open house at the new Aviation Lab at Jack Edwards National Airport Oct. 13 and welcomed the … more
BAY MINETTE — The third annual Witches Ride will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, through the downtown streets of Bay Minette. The event is open to all witches and warlocks ages 18-years and … more
ROBERTSDALE — Blakeley Louise Walker was named Little Miss Honeybee and Rachel McCoy earned the title of Young Miss Honeybee when the Honeybee pageant held its ninth crowning Friday night, Oct. … more
The good news: a federal program is providing free lunch and breakfast to all Baldwin County school students. The bad news: food shortages and delivery delays mean the choices for those meals are … more
The city of Gulf Shores is excited to announce the fourth annual Movies at Meyer Park series, scheduled to begin Thursday, Oct. 21. Locals and visitors are invited to bring their lawn chairs and … more
Doug Pearson was known on the Alabama Gulf Coast for being a talented carpenter and musician and is remembered most for his laid-back approach and friendly, funny personality. Pearson lost a … more
The Fort Morgan Fire Rescue Ladies Auxiliary will hold a fish fry dinner and bake sale fundraiser Oct. 16. The annual fundraiser raises funds for the Fireman’s Benevolence Fund. The annual … more
Gulf Shores Fire Rescue has been working closely with technology partner First Due to release Community Connect, an application focused on protecting residents and their property in the most … more
Developers of the CoastAL, a beachfront development by Island Entertainment LLC, requested approval of a major modification to the master plan. The public hearing was on the Orange Beach City Council … more
After three months of rehearsal and four performances, the Expect Excellence Community Theatre’s production of “The Addams Family” has come to a successful end. This production … more
The Miracle League of Coastal Alabama received a large donation from the city of Orange Beach Oct. 5 during the city council’s regular council meeting. The council voted unanimously in favor of … more
Road repairs on State Park Road (formerly known as Highway 135) will close the road Tuesday, Oct. 12 starting at 7 a.m. through Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 5 p.m. State Park Road needs infrastructure … more
ROBERTSDALE — Catholic Social Services in Baldwin County began taking applications for its annual Christmas Sharing program and will be scheduling appointments over the next three weeks at the … more
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