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SPANISH FORT, Alabama — The mother of one of three teens killed in car crash near the Crossroads community in 2020 has filed a lawsuit claiming negligence by the parents of the driver and a … more
LOXLEY – The Baldwin County Board of Education will hold a special meeting Thursday, Aug. 19 to allow parents and other residents to speak on the school system’s requirement to wear more
FOLEY - Do you like music, brews, fun and, of course, bacon? Then head to Heritage Park in Foley (located at the intersection of Highway 59 and Highway 98) on Saturday, Aug. 28 for the Bacon & Brew … more
GULF SHORES - On Monday night Gulf Shores’ Mayor Robert Craft told Gulf Shores City Council meeting attendees that he believed the island needs three bridges. It was the first time he spoke … more
ROBERTSDALE – As the Gulf Coast enters the busiest part of hurricane season, Baldwin County officials went over procedures for dealing with storms and their impact. The County Commission held a … more
Bay Minette - The Advisory Committee of the North Baldwin Community Foundation is pleased to announce it has awarded $12,500 to five organizations in its first competitive grant cycle. These funds … more
MOBILE — A Foley woman and a Chunchua man were sentenced in federal court on Thursday, Aug. 5 for their participation in a conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute … more
The Dauphin Island Sea Lab helped the Pelican’s Nest celebrate the winners of the Alabama Species Initiative awareness contest on Wednesday, July 28. The winners for each grade were on campus from … more
Last week, the Baldwin County Legislative Delegation presented a $100,000 grant from its Community Capital Fund to immediately create a Mental Health Court in Baldwin County. The grant was presented … more
We know you are all tired of COVID, and so are we. No one wants this pandemic to end more than the organizations listed below. If you are vaccinated, you probably feel like you have done your part … more
I first noticed you behind me today, following a little too close in your silver ToyotaSUV. When the light at 104 & 181 turned yellow and I stopped instead of accelerating, I could tell you were … more
FOLEY, Alabama — After being forced to cancel last year’s rodeo because of COVID-19 concerns the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation Professional Rodeo came back strong hosting its 23rd … more
The Alabama Department of Public Health will host a COVID-19 testing clinic today, Aug. 12 and tomorrow Friday, Aug. 13 from  9 a.m. - 6 p.m.  at PZK Hall located at 17933 AL-104, … more
8-04-21 Alfred Hudson McDonald, 45, 35791 Highway 225, Bay Minette – Domestic violence third degree harassment Todd William Boone, 49, 26676 Canal Road, Orange Beach – Failure to … more
As part of the So. Much. Summer. series, The Wharf and Birmingham-based Buffalo Rock – Pepsi announced a $10,000 donation to Alabama Credit Union’s Secret Meals for Hungry Children … more
PENSACOLA, Florida — On Wednesday, July 21, Pen Air Federal Credit Union presented the Baldwin County Education Coalition with a check worth $9,621.36 courtesy of the Share … more
FOLEY, Alabama — More than 25 riders participated in the Robertsdale AmVets Post 316’s first “Christmas in July Toys for Tots Ride” which began and ended at Doc … more
August and September will see two exciting events for the Lower Alabama Young Professionals (LAYP). The organization, a partnership between the Coastal Alabama and South Baldwin Chambers of Commerce, … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Baldwin County Sheriff Huey “Hoss” Mack said he was back at work Thursday morning receiving a negative result in a follow-up after testing positive nearly two … more
LOXLEY – Masks will be required for students and teachers in Baldwin County public schools when classes resume Aug. 11, Superintendent of Education Eddie Tyler said Thursday, July 29. Tyler said … more
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