Posted: 2 days agoComments (0)ORANGE BEACH, AL — When the new Phoenix Orange Beach is proposed to the Orange Beach Planning Commission, possibly this month, John Brett of Brett-Robinson expects to hear good news.
Updated: YesterdayComments (0)ORANGE BEACH, AL – The Catalina vintage WWII airplane was still sitting in the surf on Wednesday afternoon, July 1, but if Bob Wilson and the crew from Sea Tow Pensacola have anything to do with it won’t be there Thursday, July 2.
Updated: 3 days agoComments (0)SILVERHILL, Alabama — Evidence is being turned over to the District Attorney’s office and it will be up to a Baldwin County Grand Jury to decide whether or not charges will be filed in a case that left one man dead and another severely beaten on Friday night, June 26, in Silverhill.
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