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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — A Robertsdale resident is calling on city officials to take action to clean up his neighbor’s yard, which he says is a violation of the city’s ordinance. John Liptak, … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — Earlier this summer, Bay Minette firefighter Capt. Jeremy McKissack was diagnosed with a suspected brain tumor in the base of his brain stem. After receiving this diagnosis … more
DAPHNE -- Daphne High School is accepting nominations for the 2020 DHS Hall of Fame. more
You have questions, they have answers. One additional thing you have this election year is options. Four of the five seats on the Gulf Shores City Council are contested. We asked the 11 candidates … more
On Tuesday bells at the new Orange Beach Middle/ High School rang out the schools’ alma mater as local officials cut the ribbon and prepared to welcome students this week. Orange Beach High … more
Garret Ard, a 2020 Gulf Shores High School graduate was awarded the Alabama Wildlife Federation Youth Conservationist of the Year for his Eagle Scout project, BSA Troop 49 Reef. The Youth … more
At the July 27, 2020, Gulf Shores City Council Meeting, Mayor Robert Craft and the City Council unanimously approved a resolution to move forward with the addition of a new Science, Reading, … more
DAPHNE – Planning and growth are among the issues facing Baldwin County’s largest city, the candidates for Daphne mayor said. more
SPANISH FORT – A growing population and shrinking sales tax revenue are key issues facing Spanish Fort, candidates for mayor said during a recent forum. more
FAIRHOPE – Four fuel tanks that had been buried under the corner of Fairhope Avenue and Section Street since the first half of the 20th century, were removed last week in preparation of the site becoming a city public space. more
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