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Pictured here, attendees at Stonecroft’s South Baldwin Christian Women’s Connection held at The Gift Horse Restaurant in Foley on Sept. 16. All women are welcome to the next gathering on … more
Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R) will host satellite office hours in Orange Beach on Oct. 5. The purpose of these temporary locations is to provide accessibility to constituents who might not live near one … more
FOLEY - Alabama Chief of Staff Jo Bonner spoke at a recent South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce Leadership Series, giving local business leaders a comparison between things happening in Washington DC … more
The South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce celebrated a ribbon cutting for two new additions to ONE Club Golf in Gulf Shores – Topgolf Swing Suite and Starbucks. Located at 2050 Oak Rd E in Gulf Shores … more
9-22-21 Victoria Brooke Mauldin, 29, 235 Nichols Avenue, Atmore – Theft by fraudulent leasing Spencer Klay Childress, 30, 222 West Orange Avenue, Foley – Fugitive from … more
FOLEY - Foley Public Library has three exciting late October happenings. Lots of events to get you in the mood for Halloween! On Saturday, Oct. 23, 4 - 6 p.m., the library will host its annual … more
BAY MINETTE — No injuries were reported, and no foul play was suspected as a small fire was quickly contained early Thursday morning at the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Corrections … more
JOSEPHINE - Do your kids love to fish? Do they love to support good causes? Then sign up for the Wolf Bay Watershed Watch Organization’s annual Stan Mahoney Youth Fishing Tournament, to be held at … more
FOLEY - Have you ever experienced fine dining outdoors, with the night sky above you and strung lights illuminating each course? If this is your idea of the perfect night out, then you don’t want … more
Critical to bad. That is the current state of COVID-19 in Baldwin County. Yes, Alabama’s numbers have improved significantly over the past two weeks, but the gains made are not a sweeping … more
Orange Beach swore in a new municipal judge and four new police officers during the Sept. 21 regular City Council meeting. Mayor Tony Kennon introduced Christopher Callaghan, the new municipal … more
FOLEY – Fall is in the air and Midday Melodies is in Heritage Park! This music-at-lunchtime event will be held on three consecutive Wednesdays, Oct. 13, 20 and 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Midday … more
ROBERTSDALE — At its meeting on Monday, Sept. 20, the Robertsdale City Council approved a pair of measures to fund activities for Robertsdale High School. First, the council voted to donate … more
ELBERTA - In preparation for upcoming events, Elberta councilmember Vicky Norris has released the 2021-2022 parade schedule. Norris took over as parade planner after taking office in 2016, and has … more
FOLEY - The Foley Woman’s Club kicked off its 2021-2022 club year in September with a luncheon at Ivey’s (18427 Pennsylvania Street, Robertsdale). After a previous year with fewer meetings due to … more
The city of Gulf Shores is seeking residents’ input on the preliminary concept for the Coastal Gateway Community Park. In June, the city held a public input meeting to discuss the project … more
SILVERHILL — The Silverhill Town Council voted Monday, Sept. 20 to provide additional sick days for employees who have tested positive for COVID-19. Under the current policy, employees are … more
Orange Beach Elementary was one of five schools in Alabama recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2021. U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona announced the 325 schools across the U.S. … more
Ecumenical Ministries’ Christmas Sharing Program will be taking applications online starting Oct. 1 and will continue until Nov. 16. Because of the rise in COVID-19 cases in the county there … more
The Christian Service Center has been sponsoring the Children’s Christmas Cheer program for over 20 years. The program aids local parents needing a little help to provide a Christmas for their … more
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