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The Great Alabama 650, the world’s longest annual paddle race got underway Sept. 18. The 650-mile race across the state of Alabama began on Weiss Lake with nine individual racers and four … more
LOXLEY — The Town of Loxley will honor its heroes with banners along Alabama 59 this Veterans Day. At its meeting on Monday, Sept. 13 the Loxley Town Council voted unanimously to pay the … more
FAIRHOPE – While Fairhope paid incentives are increasing the number of city employees getting vaccinations against COVID-19, new federal mandates requiring immunizations should not affect the municipality, officials said. more
FAIRHOPE – The Baldwin Pops will present its annual Fairhope Founder’s Day concert Sunday, Oct. 3 at Henry George Park starting at 6 p.m. more
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - Since 2009, a Stretch & Tone class has been going on at the Magnolia Springs Community Hall. The class is held Tuesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. What makes the class so unique is the … more
On Tuesday, Sept. 7, during the City of Daphne’s City Council meeting, Mayor Robin LeJeune presented Lydia Barber, Organizer of the South Alabama Out of the Darkness Walk and Board Member of … more
FAIRHOPE – The city of Fairhope’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan kick off is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 22. The meeting will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the James P. Nix Center. more
FOLEY - The City of Foley staff has created a list of potential projects to be funded by the American Rescue Act Plan. The program, put into place by the federal government as a way to help … more
The intersection of Magnolia Avenue and Church Street closed Monday, Sept. 20 while the second phase of drainage improvement work is done at the site. The intersection is scheduled to be closed until Monday, Oct. 25. more
DAPHNE – Plans for the 33rd annual Jubilee Festival of Arts in Daphne are moving forward with the last available slots for artists filled recently, Casey Williams, director of the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce, said. more
FAIRHOPE – Plans for Fairhope’s Working Waterfront improvements will include a ramp or some other type of access for handicapped visitors from the bluff to South Beach, city officials said Monday, Sept. 13. more
Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon vowed there would be a replacement event in Orange Beach for disappointed Shrimp Festival goers. This week he announced the creation of Freedom Fest, an arts weekend … more
SILVERHILL — Despite the rain, festival goers came out Saturday, Sept. 18 to the 36th Annual Heritage Day in Silverhill. The Silverhill Heritage Day committee announced Friday that it would … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Despite the threat of severe weather during the week, the rain held off on Friday night, Sept. 17 and Brooke Sterling was crowned Homecoming Queen during pre-game … more
Foley Public Library is issuing this update for “Coffee & Donuts With an Author” on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 10 a.m. Local author Greta T. Bates will be discussing her book, “Snapping, Fraying … more
SUMMERDALE — One year later, residents in Baldwin County are continuing to recover from the devastating effects of Hurricane Sally, while keeping an eye out for developing storms. While … more
FOLEY - Have a fun-filled Las Vegas-style night out while supporting the South Baldwin Chamber Foundation during the new Casino Night Fundraiser. The event will take place on Saturday, Sept. 25 at … more
Last January, Ella Murphy woke up with a fever and swollen lymph nodes – a staple of childhood seen many times before in the Murphy house where six children live and grow. The family had … more
A thriving business community across Alabama founded on trust and ethics. That is one of the Better Business Bureau Serving Central and South Alabama’ visions. To ensure the … more
There is less and less warning. The winds and waves are stronger. The paths are sometimes even less predictable. When Hurricane Sally meandered across the Gulf of Mexico last year it took its … more
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