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FOLEY – Bring the family to enjoy interactive demonstrations and thank a first responder at the 4th Annual Community Safety Day on Saturday, Sept. 25th! During this free event, guests can … more
ROBERTDALE — The Robertsdale High School Alumni Association has started its fall fundraising event. You can win a special “Mermaid Party Package” which includes everything you need … more
FOLEY - The Foley council suspended the rules in order to pass an ordinance to reduce its policing jurisdiction from three miles to one and a half miles during the Sept. 7 council meeting. The matter … more
ROBERTSDALE — Twelve members of the Robertsdale High School senior class will vie for the title of Queen and King during Homecoming festivities on Friday, Sept. 17. Homecoming Week continues … more
BAY MINETTE — An Ohio woman was pronounced dead at the scene after being struck by a tractor-trailer early Sunday morning on I-65 north of Bay Minette. According to a release issued Monday … more
SUMMERDALE - Earlier this year, the Town of Summerdale began planning for a Town Clean Up Day in order to clean out town ditches, streets, and to give citizens easy access to ways to clean up their … more
FOLEY - Come get a taste of what local restaurants and vendors have to offer during the Foley Optimist Club’s 35th Annual Taste of South Baldwin, happening Thursday, Sept. 16 from 6 - 8 p.m. at the … more
FOLEY, Alabama — The Baldwin County Major Crimes Unit is investigating after Foley police say a Georgia man was shot when he allegedly swung a knife at an officer in the early-morning hours … more
Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon issued a statement today regarding the cancellation of the Annual National Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores Oct. 7-10. In it he vows to hold some type of replacement … more
ELBERTA – St. Benedict Catholic School (SBCS) has officially reached a milestone that few institutions achieve. On Sept. 6, the small private school celebrated its 100th anniversary. SBCS first … more
DAPHNE – The efforts of United Way donors helped Baldwin County nonprofit service agencies deal with challenges ranging from hurricanes to COVID-19 and now that support is needed again, … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — After delivering hits as a defensive end in the NFL for nearly a decade Wallace Gilberry now hopes to deliver culinary hits as the owner of Berry’s Bistro in his … more
Yes, the hospitals in Alabama are very busy. But doctors are asking people to continue to come to the ER if they have an emergency. Early in 2020 when the pandemic first began to spread, emergency … more
Historic Blakeley State Park’s Delta Explorer explores the rich history and vibrant present of the Mobile and Tensaw Rivers in some special upcoming September cruises. On Sept. 11 at 9 a.m., … more
The last year has been difficult for many on the Alabama Gulf Coast. In addition to the continued pandemic, Hurricane Sally and Hurricane Zeta hit the region, affecting lives, property, and … more
President Biden has a choice to make: Does he want to establish his legacy as a president who fought for voting rights, or not?In order to be remembered as a president who fought for voting rights, … more
A month ago, we thought things were getting better.  We could take off our masks around vaccinated friends, we could go out to eat— we felt safer going to church and to the grocery store. … more
Southern Gyp Boutique in Bay Minette made and delivered 18 “snack trays” for all the departments (including night shift) at the North Baldwin Infirmary. Owner Crystal Peavy said she and … more
The AIDT Maritime Training Center is seeking applicants for a variety of classes being offered at no cost. Please visit www.aidt.edu/jobs for more information and to apply.   Maritime … more
In recent days the leadership of the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber and Annual National Shrimp Festival Committee have consulted with our volunteers, health care officials, tourism bureau and a … more
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