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ORANGE BEACH, AL - The children's poetry book, "Roses in the Sand," was unveiled on Oct. 27 at the Orange Beach Adult Activity Center. The book was a culmination of 10 years of children's poetry … more
ORANGE BEACH, AL - Jane Rich Pittman was in Orange Beach on Oct. 28.She is a Dementia Prevention Specialist as a guest speaker at the Orange Beach Adult Activity Center. Her passion is good brain … more
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ROBERTSDALE — From special needs to Advance Placement, Robertsdale Elementary School serves a wide spectrum of students in Central Baldwin County and beyond.“We have such wonderful … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- Hundreds of goblins, ghouls and things that go bump in the night, along with a princess and super hero or two enjoyed Halloween Fun Night on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the … more
Orange Beach City Clerk Cathy Constanino retired recently after serving the city for 20 years. Before coming here she worked for the City of Jackson in Clarke County for 18 years giving her a total … more
GULF SHORES, AL - On Oct. 22 at the Public Beach in Gulf Shores 26 divers, some from as far away as Illinois, gathered to dive just off shore to find a retrieve from the surf. A successful morning … more
ORANGE BEACH, AL - Friends of the Arts in Orange Beach had a fundraiser on the campus on Oct. 20 with beverages, silent auctions and food provided by Cosmo's. Several windows from the old hotel were … more
GULF SHORES, AL - Great weather and great food made for a beautiful day at the National Shrimp Festival on Oct. 14. Musically Jason Justice and the Hung Jury brought real country to the East Stage … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Homecoming festivities continued in Robertsdale on Thursday with the annual Homecoming Parade. Each class was represented by players and Homecoming Court members, along … more
GULF SHORES, AL - The 45th annual National Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores continues Oct. 14-16 and opened with big crowds on Oct. 13 at the public beach. There was lots of food, arts and music and … more
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