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GULF SHORES, Alabama — Officials are looking to identify the body of a man found floating in Lake Shelby Friday morning. According to a post from the Gulf Shores Police Department, the body of … more
STAPLETON, Alabama — Tucked off away from the main highway in Stapleton you will find, if you look hard enough, the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Mill Creek Training Facility. And while many … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — A Robertsdale woman pleaded not guilty in a Baldwin County court Wednesday, May 29 after being indicted on capital murder charges Tuesday, May 28 in the death last year of … more
FAIRHOPE – The Fairhope City Council postponed decisions on proposals for two sites after lengthy debates and public protests over the motions. more
A Baldwin County man wanted on multiple indictments locally for robbery first degree is now facing multiple charges in Ohio. According to a release issued Wednesday by the Baldwin County … more
ROBERTSDALE – The L&N Railroad line that was a passenger and freight route through Baldwin County for most of the 20th century could become a Rails-to-Trails corridor from Bay Minette to south Baldwin under a project being considered by cities and the county. more
SPANISH FORT – The proposal for a vote on the three-mill property tax increase to help fund Spanish Fort schools will go to the Baldwin County Board of Education on June 6, following action by the City Council. more
DAPHNE – Officials in the two cities closest to the Interstate 10 Bayway do not support proposals to place tolls on the highway and a planned bridge over the Mobile River. more
DAPHNE – The Scenic Overlook building above the Bayway will have new occupants for the next 18 months following action by the Daphne City Council. The council voted May 20 to lease part of the building on Larry D. Cawyer Drive to the Community Foundation of South Alabama. The foundation will occupy the building for the next 18 months while its offices in downtown Mobile are being renovated, Rebecca Byrne, organization director, told council members. more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Thanks to a unanimous vote of the Robertsdale City Council at its meeting on Monday, May 20, the Robertsdale Volunteer Fire Department will be donating some of its equipment … more
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