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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- Sunny skies and warm weather greeted guests Sunday, April 28 at the 5th Annual Crawfish & BBQ Festival on the grounds behind the Knights of Columbus Hall at St. Patrick School … more
Though a thick fog prevented any take-offs on Friday morning, May 3, the pilots and their crews for the 15th Annual Hot Air Balloon Festival gathered on the Foley soccer fields and inflated their … more
A time to celebrate [Photo gallery]
ROBERTSDALE/LOXLEY, Alabama — Residents throughout the area took time out of their busy schedules over the weekend to celebrate Easter. Pictured here are festivities from The Lighthouse of … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The George P. Thames Adult Activity Center held an old-fashioned 50s Sock Hop on Wednesday, April 10 at the PZK Hall in Robertsdale. Event sponsors included Walmart. The … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business After Hours on Tuesday, April 9 at PenAir Federal Credit Union in Robertsdale. The networking event, which was … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The 2019 Baldwin County Public Schools Teacher Fair was held Friday, April 5 at the Baldwin County Coliseum in Robertsdale. “We are looking for the best of the best to … more
Let the Good Times Roll! [Photo gallery]
SUMMERDALE, Alabama -- Attendance was light, but spirits were high on Saturday, March 2 when the Baldwin County Animal Shelter held a free adoption event in celebration of Mardi Gras. A free … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The skies parted and the storms stayed away as crowds enjoyed two nights of rodeo action Friday and Saturday, March 8 and 9 at the 20th Annual PCA Championship Rodeo presented … more
Foley’s Mardi Gras Parade rolled through the streets of Downtown Foley on Saturday, March 2. People came from all around to catch beads, moonpies, stuffed animals and lots more during the event. more
LOXLEY, Alabama -- The Loxley Area Martin Luther King Group hosted its 14th annual march to honor Dr. Martin Luther King on Monday, Jan. 21. About 20 marchers braved the cold weather, marching … more
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