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The Baldwin County Emergency Management in partnership with the Center for Domestic Preparedness is offering free training. Classes will be here at the emergency operations center, 23100 McAuliffe … more
7-14-21 Franklin Murdock Smith, 41, 7640 Pecan Drive South, Irvington – Receiving stolen property third degree felony Allison Hailey Kier, 31, 9923 Mosley Road, Fairhope – Chemical … more
Alabama State Treasurer John McMillan announced today the new and official Alabama Achieving a Better Life Savings Plan (Alabama ABLE). “Alabama ABLE is a tax-advantaged account designed to … more
Alabama State Treasurer John McMillan announced today the new and official Alabama Achieving a Better Life Savings Last week, the members of the Baldwin County vote unanimously to name Rep. Matt … more
SUMMERDALE - Sonora Masonic Lodge No. 635 of Free & Accepted Masons (F&AM) in Summerdale held its annual installation of lodge officers recently. Grand Lodge District Lecturer Jim McGee of Greeno … more
BAY MINETTE — A Theodore man was arrested on numerous charges after running from Bay Minette Police following a routine traffic stop Wednesday, July 14. According to a release issued Thursday by … more
To protect as many people as possible against COVID-19, members of the USA Health Pandemic Response Team recently began offering vaccine injections to homebound residents who are referred by a … more
Online registration with Baldwin County Public Schools for the 2021 -22 school year has been extended until July 30. Parents must use their child’s snapcode, mailed to them last month. If you … more
FOLEY - Head to the Foley Public Library on Wednesday, July 28 at 10 a.m. for Coffee & Donuts with an Author. This month will feature local author Kathie Farnell. Come to hear Farnell discuss her … more
The South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce celebrated a new business opening in Foley with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Gulf Coast Weightloss & Wellness, LLC provides medical weight loss services to their … more
LOXLEY, Alabama — The Loxley Town Council approved a contract Monday, July 12 for part of a nearly $9.6 million project to make improvements to the town’s wastewater treatment … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual “Flavors of the South,” wine and food tasting event Thursday, July 15 at the Baldwin County Coliseum … more
 ORANGE BEACH, Alabama — Baldwin County Sheriff Huey “Hoss” Mack has been named 2021 Sheriff of the Year by the Alabama Sheriff’s Association. “It was a total … more
SUMMERDALE - During the June meeting, the Summerdale council considered hiring Fabre Engineering and Surveying to create a long-term water system plan. Obtaining a proposal of what the plan would … more
Several Gulf Shores first responders were honored during the City Council meeting July 12. Fire Chief Mark Sealy presented awards. The Medal of Valor is the second highest honor awarded with Gulf … more
Motorists traveling Highway 59 and Highway 180 will soon see changes to the posted speed limits. The City of Gulf Shores sent a request to the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) to … more
The Gulf State Park Pier was busy with Shark Week fans last week. The popular annual event returned after the cancellation of the event in 2020 due to COVID-19. Researchers from the Mississippi … more
Celebrate the end of summer with the City of Gulf Shores at S’mores on the Shore set for Thursday, Aug. 5. The fun will take place from 6-8 p.m. at Gulf Place, 101 Gulf Shores Pkwy. This … more
The Orange Beach Police Department is seeking participants for the 2021 Citizens’ Public Safety Academy. This year’s academy will be held each Tuesday starting Aug. 17 to Sept. 28 from … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce began ticket sales for its annual 15 Guns 15 Days raffle at the Flavors of the South event held Thursday, July 15 at the Baldwin … more
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