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FOLEY, Alabama — While there is talk of bringing back some non-essential businesses by the beginning of May, across the state, local food pantries continue to serve those in need across Baldwin … more
FAIRHOPE – Fairhope city officials are looking for ways to promote local businesses when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. more
SPANISH FORT – First responders and some other city employees who have been working in Spanish Fort during the coronavirus outbreak could receive a pay bonus of up to 5 percent under a proposal being considered by the City Council. more
The year was 1933. It was a dark age with the American economy, as we were in the fourth year of a depression caused by a number of self-inflicted factors. The country was reeling from a … more
DAPHNE – An investigation by the Baldwin County Major Crimes Unit found that Daphne police acted in self-defense when officers shot and killed Derick L. Powe on April 17. more
DAPHNE – Almost two months after canceling Planning Commission and other committee hearings due to COVID-19 the Daphne City Council will vote Monday, May 4, to resume the meetings with social distance precautions. more
ORANGE BEACH – A decade after the first oil washed up on Gulf Coast sands, Baldwin County beaches are again quiet as residents and officials deal with another emergency. Orange Beach … more
When 200 million gallons of crude oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico 10 years ago this week, life on the water stopped. The beaches were closed to visitors as the slick washed ashore and … more
National and state officials agree that we have reached the peak of new cases and deaths here in Alabama from the coronavirus called COVID-19.  What does that mean?  It means that the … more
Public Servants like Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon must not ignore community health for party-boat preferences. Kennon is keeping Robinson Island open for boaters, during the coronavirus … more
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