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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
FOLEY - During the Foley Woman’s Club’s Oct. 4 meeting, members were excited to once more do what they love to do - support local women and children’s charities and nonprofits. Each year the … more
ROBERTSDALE — Residents in central and north Baldwin County will have several options for family-friendly Halloween events this year, beginning with the annual Halloween Fun Night Thursday, … more
The city of Gulf Shores is excited to announce the fourth annual Movies at Meyer Park series, scheduled to begin Thursday, Oct. 21. Locals and visitors are invited to bring their lawn chairs and … more
Doug Pearson was known on the Alabama Gulf Coast for being a talented carpenter and musician and is remembered most for his laid-back approach and friendly, funny personality. Pearson lost a … more
The Fort Morgan Fire Rescue Ladies Auxiliary will hold a fish fry dinner and bake sale fundraiser Oct. 16. The annual fundraiser raises funds for the Fireman’s Benevolence Fund. The annual … more
Gulf Shores Fire Rescue has been working closely with technology partner First Due to release Community Connect, an application focused on protecting residents and their property in the most … more
Developers of the CoastAL, a beachfront development by Island Entertainment LLC, requested approval of a major modification to the master plan. The public hearing was on the Orange Beach City Council … more
After three months of rehearsal and four performances, the Expect Excellence Community Theatre’s production of “The Addams Family” has come to a successful end. This production … more
The Miracle League of Coastal Alabama received a large donation from the city of Orange Beach Oct. 5 during the city council’s regular council meeting. The council voted unanimously in favor of … more
FOLEY - Tanger Outlets Foley recently announced the recipients of the 2021 TangerKIDS Grants. Sixteen local teachers received grants totaling more than $8,600 to support programs that enhance their … more
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - The second-ever Magnolia Springs Firefighter Festival will return on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The event will take place on the lawn in front of the Magnolia Springs … more
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