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MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - There’s lots of exciting events coming up this week at the Magnolia Springs Public Library, and they’re all free to join in the fun. First, come out to the library on … more
FOLEY - The Foley Public Library will host another “Doctor Who Day” on Saturday, Nov. 13, 9 a.m. - noon. Come prepared to celebrate all things Doctor Who! A photo area will be available with … more
Foley Public Library and Foley Main Street are hosting a “Thankful for Hometown Heroes” scavenger hunt starting on Saturday, Nov. 13 through Saturday, Nov. 20. Come to the library to pick up a … more
Story Time is back live and in person at the Foley Public Library! Beginning on Tuesday, Nov. 2 and Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m., the Foley Public Library will once again have an in-house Story Time … more
LOXLEY —Loxley took a step in its transition toward city status with the Town Council voting Monday to add a second council meeting beginning in January. The council currently meets the … more
SILVERHILL — Residents in Silverhill will soon have online options to pay their bills following a pair of votes by the Silverhill Town Council on Monday, Oct. 4. At its regular meeting, the … more
ROBERTSDALE — More than a year after Hurricane Sally ripped through Baldwin County causing widespread damage, officials with the City of Robertsdale say they are finally seeing a light at the … more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale Town Council voted on Monday, Oct. 11 to approve amendments to the budget for fiscal year 2020-21 as well as to adopt the budget for fiscal year 2021-22. “Budgets … more
FOLEY - Allana Chris, Executive Director of anti-human trafficking organization Little Tree Project, came before the Foley council during an October meeting to seek advice and connections. The … more
FOLEY - The Foley city council has approved the submittal of multiple projects to the RESTORE portal for grant consideration. The RESTORE portal is scheduled to close on Friday, Oct. 15. “There … more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale council is seeking citizen feedback on a recent proposal to reduce the town’s police jurisdiction to one half mile outside of the town’s corporate limits. The town’s … more
People poured into The Wharf Oct. 9 to enjoy the beautiful weather and the inaugural Freedom Fest. The one-day event featured live music, over 80 artists covering a variety of mediums and crafts, … more
BAY MINETTE — The third annual Witches Ride will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, through the downtown streets of Bay Minette. The event is open to all witches and warlocks ages 18-years and … more
ROBERTSDALE — Blakeley Louise Walker was named Little Miss Honeybee and Rachel McCoy earned the title of Young Miss Honeybee when the Honeybee pageant held its ninth crowning Friday night, Oct. … more
CROSSROADS — In observance of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Crossroads Church made a donation to USA Women’s & Children’s Hospital in Mobile and The Hope, which provides … more
FAIRHOPE — Fairhope Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) will host a rummage sale from 7 a.m. to noon at the church, 349 Fairwood Blvd., Fairhope. A wide variety of items will be available … more
ROBERTSDALE — Robertsdale Seniors held a prayer lunch on Monday, Oct. 11 at the George P. Thames Activity Center in Robertsdale. Gulf Coast Prayer and Healing Center of Loxley came in to … more
ELBERTA - Whether you missed your chance to enjoy the Elberta German Sausage Festival earlier this year or if you attended and are counting down until the next one, you don’t have much longer to … more
The good news: a federal program is providing free lunch and breakfast to all Baldwin County school students. The bad news: food shortages and delivery delays mean the choices for those meals are … more
JOSEPHINE - Nearly 40 local children and their families got up bright and early on Oct. 9 to set out to local waterways to catch some fish during the Wolf Bay Watershed Watch Organization’s annual … more
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