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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Students from central Baldwin schools got a brief glimpse Wednesday of what lies in store for them Friday and Saturday night at 19th Annual PCA Championship Rodeo presented … more
Gulf Shores City Schools and Gulf Shores High School announced an exciting partnership with The Hangout Hospitality Group during a news conference last week. The Hangout Hospitality Group is gifting … more
LOXLEY, Alabama — Nearly 100 inmates at the Loxley Community-Based Facility/Community Work Center tested positive for Coronavirus as the Alabama Department of Corrections is testing inmates in … more
Hopefully, you participated in the census last year. It is vitally important for each state that every person is counted. One of the first premises set out by our nation’s founding fathers is … more
There is an end in sight to construction on Canal Road West. While the road widening project is almost complete, Canal Road East construction will begin this fall. “Canal Road, we hope, will … more
FORT MORGAN, AL - The Fort Morgan Volunteer Fire Department had its annual fish fry to benefit thethe Fireman's Benevolence Fund. There were delicious home-baked breads, cakes, cookies, brownies, … more
Baldwin EMC staff and employees are operating under its disaster response plan, as Hurricane Sally slowly moves toward the Gulf Coast. All Baldwin EMC offices are currently closed due to worsening … more
Hurricane Sally made landfall Tuesday near Gulf Shores with winds gusting near 100 mph in many locations. The storm caused extensive damage across Baldwin County, flooding roads, ripping trees from the ground and tearing roofs off of buildings. The Gulf State Park Pier was cut in half by the winds and waves as the storm moved ashore. More than 400,000 homes and businesses were left without power across three states. more
I am enjoying the new size of The Courier. However, I’m far more impressed with the photo clarity. Even going back to my reporting days at The Fairhope Courier, circa 2005-2006, the photos were, … more
Gulf Shores High School students are raising funds for a memorial dedicated to local Vietnam Veterans and they need the community’s help. Advanced Placement History and Advanced Placement … more
GULF SHORES, AL - The Gulf Shores Police Department had its annual National Night Out celebration at Pelican Place with the help of Publix and Target on Oct. 11. There was lots of police department, … more
Wind Creek in Atmore presented Gulf Shores middle school principal Kyle McCarthy with a check for $7,000 Sept. 8. The funds were used to remodel the school library. Students are enjoying a new … more
Seven months after Hurricane Sally came ashore in Baldwin County, fallen trees still lie in fields and blue tarps still cover many roofs. After more than a year, we are still dealing with the … more
The Highland Group is underway with renovations at the Claude Peteet Mariculture Center (CPMC) in Gulf Shores. Auburn University awarded the real estate development and commercial construction firm a … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business After Hours on Tuesday, Aug. 14 at Pen Air Federal Credit Union. The event was catered by L.A. Barbecue & Catering … more
You have questions, they have answers. We asked Gulf Shores and Orange Beach mayoral candidates for their answers to a variety of questions ahead of the Aug. 25 election. Gulf Shores and Orange … more
The board of the Orange Beach Community Association recently met and made plans to resume the monthly dinners starting Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Orange Beach Community Center. Due to the “Safer … more
Gulf Coast Media is excited to announce the launch of four new Facebook pages - one for each of its weekly publications. With pages dedicated to The Onlooker, The Islander, The Courier, and The … more
When Baldwin County Schools opened their doors, on time, in August, Superintendent Eddie Tyler received hate mail. Parents wrote spite filled letters. They claimed he was “murdering their … more
In 2020, local artist and small business owner Tara McMeans was named the winner of the Annual National Shrimp Festival poster contest. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the festival was … more
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