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  Destinations are opening up for summer vacation, but does that mean it is safe to travel with your family? The most important consideration while traveling during COVID-19 is weighing … more
DAPHNE – Visitors to Daphne city buildings must wear a face mask following a vote by the Daphne City Council. more
SPANISH FORT – The Spanish Fort City Council upheld the firing of the employee who had filed charges against Mayor Mike McMillan accusing him of slapping her in October. more
FOLEY, Alabama — Run-off elections, originally set for March 18, will be held Tuesday, July 14 for three Republican spots and one Democratic spot on the November ballot. Both Democrat and … more
  Mayor Karin Wilson’s plan to re-landscape Fairhope’s bayfront park is dying politically, but opponents of the radical proposal need to make sure it gets buried.  … more
  Donna Lowe hasn’t watched the surveillance video that shows two thieves stuffing her 15-year-old dog into a bag and disappearing into the night. She can’t. She won’t. … more
  For months, as the Coronavirus raged in other cities and countries, Baldwin County seemed insulated from the worst of the damage, said Thomas Hospital President Ormand Thompson. Then, … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — The Baldwin County Probate Office will be open this Saturday, July 11 from 8 a.m. to noon in Bay Minette, Robertsdale, Foley and Fairhope. Customers will be seen on a first … more
DAPHNE – Organizers are still making plans for the Jubilee Festival of Arts in September but said the 32nd-annual event will be different to accommodate precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
FAIRHOPE – A cleanup program to remove underground fuel tanks will be studied before the city completes the purchase of the land near the Fairhope Clock, City Council members said. more
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