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  MOBILE — A Loxley man was sentenced Wednesday, Sept. 15 to 15 years in prison for his participation in a conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine ice and … more
LOXLEY — An Elberta man was taken to the Robertsdale jail on domestic charges following a wreck near Loxley Elementary School Wednesday morning that sent the school into a temporary soft … more
ROBERTSDALE — The City of Robertsdale passed its 2021-22 budget with projected revenues of approximately $23 million at its meeting Tuesday, Sept. 7. As it did in 2020, the city will use a … more
The Gulf Shores Cultural Center was bustling Sept. 11 as contestants from all over Baldwin County competed in the Fifth Annual Miss Shrimp Festival pageant. The competition consisted of an … more
SPANISH FORT – Firefighters and residents marked the 20th anniversary of the 2001 attacks that took the lives of more than 400 first responders with the dedication of a new fire truck in Spanish Fort on Saturday, Sept. 11. more
FOLEY - The Foley council has approved the FY22 budget, one Mayor Ralph Hellmich called “balanced.” “It’s fiscally conservative yet it is aggressive in many ways,” said Hellmich. … more
To get injured players back in the game quickly and safely, USA Health’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery opened a Saturday walk-in clinic at the Strada Patient Care Center in Mobile. The … more
The population growth in Gulf Shores has required the city council to vote on two ordinances regarding the legislative functions of the mayor and the number of city council members at a special … more
Last week the leadership of the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber and Annual National Shrimp Festival Committee consulted with local health care officials, the tourism bureau, volunteers and business … more
They may be creepy and kooky but the Expect Excellence Performing Arts production of The Addams Family promises to be a comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family. The original … more
DAPHNE – By a split vote, the Daphne City Council imposed a six-month moratorium on rezoning property for apartments and some other multifamily housing. more
MOBILE — A Robertsdale man was sentenced Tuesday, Sept. 14 to 72 months in prison for his participation in a conspiracy to … more
FAIRHOPE – City officials are looking for comments and ideas from residents to help prepare a plan to deal with growth in the region, Mayor Sherry Sullivan said Friday, Sept. 10. more
DAPHNE – City Council members said they support a self-insured health insurance plan but stopped short of approving the change at their last meeting. more
FAIRHOPE – Fairhope commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 2001 terrorist attacks by recognizing the sacrifices of those serving during past and current disasters and the service of one local public servant. more
SILVERHILL — Tyler York was in the fourth grade when terrorists attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. “As a 10-year-old boy, there was much I didn’t understand about what … more
Craft Farms Golf Resort and Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club are raising funds for ovarian cancer research throughout the month of September. The goal of the initiative is to raise $20,000 to … more
The Wharf in Orange Beach will be coated in sweetness Friday, Sept. 17 as top pastry chefs and bakers from across the Southeast compete in Sweetest Chefs, an annual pastry competition. The Alabama … more
One Gulf Shores resident is nearly $1 million richer after winning the top prize from The Fastest Road to $1,000,000 Scratch-Off game. Thomas Cook purchased the million-dollar winning ticket from … more
Orange Beach Performing Arts Center will welcome theatre goers for the first time Sept. 18 as student actors take the stage for their production of Disney’s Frozen, Jr. The $11 million … more
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