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  Destinations are opening up for summer vacation, but does that mean it is safe to travel with your family? The most important consideration while traveling during COVID-19 is weighing … more
MONTGOMERY – Masks will continue to be required in public places until at least 5 p.m. Nov. 8, following the extension of the Alabama Safer at Home Order on Wednesday, Sept. 30. more
9-23-20 Dontevias Clavell Whitfield, 20, 3618 Anton street, Mobile – Possession of marijuana second degree, Possession of drug paraphernalia Jason Paul Rowell, 43, 5601 Mardanne Drive, … more
SPANISH FORT – Work to clear the debris left behind by Hurricane Sally will take months to remove hundreds of thousands of cubic yards of material, city officials said. more
DAPHNE – In the wake of Hurricane Sally, local officials and volunteers worked to cook meals to storm victims who had lost food or had no way to prepare meals without power. more
DAPHNE – The Jubilee Festival of Arts has a new date after Hurricane Sally struck just before the event was to take place in Daphne. more
LOXLEY – Baldwin County school employees worked for days after Hurricane Sally to fix building damage, check roads for buses and get power back on all campuses, system officials said. more
FOLEY - The City of Foley has approved its 2020-21 fiscal year budget. As the end of the 2019-20 budget draws near, city officials report that while underbudget, the city has weathered the … more
FOLEY, AL - The question on everyone's mind is when will all this debris be taken away? Contractors are working across Foley, from early morning until almost dark, seven days a week, to remove the … 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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