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SUMMERDALE - The air is getting chillier, Thanksgiving dinner will soon be prepped, and before you know it Christmas carols will be drifting through the air. There’s nothing better than … more
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - During a special council meeting held on Wed., Nov. 6, Magnolia Springs councilmembers voted for Mayor Kim Koniar to officially terminate the purchase agreement between the town … more
FOLEY - The Annual Friends of the Foley Public Library meeting was held a bit differently this year, drawing a great crowd to the Foley Civic Center during lunch with one of their largest turnouts … more
FOLEY - Aaronville citizens recently attended Foley council meetings in both Oct. and Nov. after the Planning Commission recommended moving forward with a rezoning in the community. The applicant for … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — The Bay Minette Police Department has arrested a former Baldwin County High School student for making terroristic threats against the school. The arrest was made after a … more
FOLEY - Nestled in a corner of OWA is a variety show unlike anything you’ve ever seen. The theater is home to Brandon Styles Live, one man who, in one hour, performs impersonations of 60 … more
FOLEY - Have you been to see Taylor Swift, George Strait, Aretha Franklin, and Elvis at Legends in Concert yet? Don’t miss your chance, as this lineup will only be around until Sun., Nov. 17 before … more
Veterans Day is a time to reflect on the service of our armed forces and thank our military service members, past and present, for their hard work and their sacrifice. My husband served over … more
SPANISH FORT – Coastal Alabama environmental projects will be getting almost $28 million in funding, Gov. Kay Ivey announced. The projects include $7.5 million for a public boat ramp on the Intracoastal Waterway in south Baldwin County, $4 million for Gulf State Park recreational enhancements, $2.5 million to allow Spanish Fort to buy a site for a park and welcome center on the Causeway, $1.3 million for marine debris cleanup in Orange Beach and $800,000 to dredge the D’Olive Creek channel in Daphne. more
On Christmas Eve, 1944, the SS Leopoldville set off across the English Channel, heavy with 2,000 American soldiers ready to fight in the Battle of the Bulge unfolding in Europe. Just five miles … more
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