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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The city of Robertsdale hosted the first of three summer camps June 3-7 in the library at Robertsdale Elementary School. Two camps are held each day, a morning camp for … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — With Phase 1 of improvements at or near completion, officials in Baldwin County are confident that the South Alabama Mega Site will soon draw big business to Baldwin … more
LOXLEY, Alabama — Communities came together for the 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 18 for the 16th annual march and program hosted by the Loxley Area Martin Luther … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — About 60 residents turned out to honor Vietnam veterans during a special service held Monday, March 29 at the Silverhill Veterans Memorial. The event, hosted by the … more
Congratulations to Andrew Meza on being the first Gulf Shores High School student to complete a capstone project for the Seal of Excellence recognition. Meza formally presented his project and … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Middle and high school students from Baldwin County put their culinary skills to the test in a beef cookoff Thursday, March 25 at the South Baldwin Center for … more
4-17-21 Tracy A. Flowers – Possession of controlled substance two counts, Public intoxication Robert M. Martin – Possession of marijuana, Possession of paraphernalia Robert C. … more
The pandemic is not over.   In fact, experts say they fear residents in several states across the U.S., including Alabama, have helped the disease continue to spread by refusing to take … more
4-16-21            Casey Benjamin Kyser – Domestic violence third degree, Attempt to elude law enforcement … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- More than 100 residents turned Saturday, Feb. 27 for the City of Robertsdale Park, Street and Tree Committee tree giveaway in celebration of Arbor Day at Honeybee … more
Pete the Pirate is home. Days after five teen vandals broke into Fairhope High School and spirited away with the beloved bronze statue it was returned unharmed – a happy ending to a story … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Alabama Department of Public Health is conducting an infection control survey at a Robertsdale nursing home and rehabilitation facility after more than 40 residents … more
LOXLEY, Alabama — On Feb. 12 the Town of Loxley celebrated Arbor Day by holding a tree giveaway in Municipal Park. The event began at 8 a.m. with employees from the Public Works distributing a … more
ORANGE BEACH, AL - The city had its first opening day celebration to start the fall soccer season. Teams paraded from City Hall to the Sportsplex and were all introduced by Laura Davis and staff from … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — A registered sex offender who left the state without notification was tracked to Tennessee before being arrested in Mississippi, according to a release issued Thursday by … more
SILVERHILL, Alabama — There was a good crowd on hand for dedication ceremonies of the new Silverhill Veterans War Memorial held Saturday, March 18 at Paul Anderson Park, across from Town Hall at … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Mobile Renaissance Faire & Pirate Festival was held Nov. 17 – 18 at Medieval Village, 30510 Osprey Lane, located north of the Wilcox Road exit of Interstate 10, … more
Mayor John Manelos 1,030 Annette Sanders 85 Sherry Sullivan 3,795 Karin Wilson 1,622   Place No. 1 Jack Burrell 1085Deb Hopkin 894 Place No. 4 Robert Brown 1208 Howell … more
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s mission is to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.   Since 2004, the AFSP’s Out of the Darkness Walks have … more
Regions Bank on Friday announced a series of financial services that are available to help people and businesses in portions of Alabama, Florida and Mississippi that were impacted by Hurricane … more
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