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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The city of Robertsdale hosted the first of three summer camps June 3-7 in the library at Robertsdale Elementary School. Two camps are held each day, a morning camp for … more
Dragon & Unicorn Party [Photo gallery]
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Robertsdale Public Library hosted a “Dragon & Unicorn Party” on Thursday, June 6 as part of its summer reading program, “3…2…1… Blastoff! Alabama Has a … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Robertsdale Public Library blasted off into its summer reading program with a kickoff celebration on Wednesday, June 5 at the library on Pennsylvania Street. Boys and … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — Investigators are seeking to identify the body of a man that was found Sunday afternoon off Alabama 104 between Silverhill and Fairhope. Capt. Clint Cadenhead with the … more
ROBERTSDALE — The Rev. Monsignor William Russell James, longtime pastor of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Robertsdale, died Thursday, June 6, just one day after his 90th birthday. James was … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — Just three months after being appointed to fill the roll as interim police chief, Sgt. John Branscomb announced during the Silverhill Council meeting on Monday, June 3 that he … more
LOXLEY, Alabama -- Baldwin County honored its fallen heroes on Monday, May 27 by carrying the American Flag and the Armed Forces Flag from Daphne to Orange Beach. Municipal police escorted groups … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Members of the Baldwin County Farmers Federation Women’s Committee once again hosted clients from Dawn House of Bay Minette recently at the Farmers Federation facility … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Officials with the Robertsdale Police Department are continuing to investigate a crash Tuesday night at the intersection of U.S. 90 and County Road 85 that left two area … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — The Gear Jammers Car Club hosted its annual Silverhill Car Show on Saturday, May 25. A total of 141 cars and their owners braved the sweltering heat, set up at town hall, … more
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