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When the Beach Expressed sliced through the tiny town, leaders could have lamented the construction as the beginning of the end of small town life. Instead, they have embraced the new thoroughfare as … more
About 1,400 years ago, a society of people spent what may have been years, painstakingly clearing a portion of forest on Fort Morgan with nothing more than fire and rudimentary tools crafted from … more
Local residents passing the Foley Event Center, soccer complex and OWA last weekend could not help but notice the bustling activities happening throughout the facilities. Cars from out of the … more
In Alabama’s fastest growing county and fastest growing community, change and development are inevitable. The key to dealing with this change is smart growth management. The actions by the city … more
This summer a scene played out in Foley that has become far too common across the nation. An African American family was denied service by the Domino’s pizza shop in Foley. A manager there … more
Voters in Spanish Fort and Fairhope showed courage and confidence in the future on Sept. 17 when they turned out to support a tax that will benefit their schools and community for years to … more
Florida beaches have opened. The governors of Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina and Mississippi have all either re-opened parts of their economy or are in the planning stages of opening … more
On Tuesday, voters in Fairhope and Spanish Fort will make a decision that will affect the future of their children and their community for years to come. The decision is whether to increase … more
The U.S. government is going to give the state of Alabama $1,600 for every resident you fills out a simple form. $1,600. One form. Ten minutes. Civic duty, done. But why should you care, … more
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