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FOLEY - In order to better align with Governor Kay Ivey's guidelines to protect the health and welfare of the public, Mayor John Koniar has declared that city departments will move to essential-only … more
ELBERTA - The Baldwin County Heritage Museum received an honor earlier this month when it was announced that the museum’s “WWI & WWII Memories of Baldwin County” was named an Alabama … more
FAIRHOPE – With businesses closed or slowing down during the coronavirus outbreak, Fairhope officials are cutting back on city spending in anticipation of a loss of sales tax revenue. more
FAIRHOPE – The city pier, North Beach, playgrounds and dog park will remain closed until further notice as Fairhope attempts to slow the spread of COVID 19 in the area. The walking areas south of the pier will remain open as will tennis courts, the municipal golf course, boat ramps and parks without playground, following action by the City Council on March 23. more
DAPHNE – Efforts to deal with the COVID 19 outbreak have gone well so far in Daphne, but city officials are preparing for the next phase if state officials issue a stay-at-home order or other restrictions, Mayor Dane Haygood said. more
BAY MINETTE – A Baldwin County employee tested positive for COVID 19, but the woman’s position did not put her in contact with the public, county officials said Sunday. more
FOLEY - The Bama Beach Pickleball Club is using funds raised during its Valentine’s Day Classic Tournament held in Feb. to donate pickleball equipment to all four middle schools in South Baldwin … more
SPANISH FORT, Alabama — Prodisee Pantry in Spanish Fort has announced that volunteers and staff are preparing 80,000 pounds of food for the mass emergency food distribution, scheduled for 9 a.m. to … more
The daily lives of families across the region changed almost overnight when the COVID-19 pandemic arrived on the Gulf Coast. Schools and daycares closed, businesses modified how employees work and … more
This morning Governor Kay Ivey ordered the following non-essential businesses, venues and activities closed to non-employees by Saturday, March 28 at 5 p.m.   Night clubs Bowling … more
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