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Two Gulf Shores neighborhoods will soon receive requested three-way stops. The Gulf Shores Engineering Department received two requests for the installation of a three-way stop in a residential … more
Operation ReConnect presents Salute to Serve, a patriotic event Sept. 11 at The Wharf. The family friendly event will celebrate those who protect our freedoms. Throughout the day, families can … more
Gulf Shores City School employees and staff spent time this summer completing Stop The Bleed and active shooter training courtesy of the Gulf Shores Fire Rescue and Gulf Shores Police … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Baldwin REALTORS® has rescheduled a vaccine clinic, which was canceled on Monday, Aug. 30 because of Hurricane Ida, to Wednesday, Sept. 8 at its office, 23280 County … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The Robertsdale High School Naval Junior ROTC welcomed a new instructor for the 2021-22 school year. First Sgt. Charles G. Aguilar came to RHS on Aug. 2, hired as a … more
FAIRHOPE – Young entrepreneurs on the Eastern Shore will have a chance to try their recipe for commercial success Nov. 6, when the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce holds its first Lemonade Day. more
Orange Beach police officer Brandon Ard died Aug. 26 after a long battle with COVID-19. The Orange Beach Police Department made the announcement on its Facebook page Thursday. Ard served the city of … more
The Gulf Coast Arts Alliance is thrilled to bring back one of its favorite artists and instructors, Greg Cartmell, to the Gallery Thursday, Oct. 28 and Friday, Oct. 29. The GCAA is known for … more
The City of Gulf Shores is excited to announce the 2021 lineup for Sunset Series. These concerts are free to the public and will take place each Thursday in September on the Town Green at Gulf Place … more
Have you ever dreamed of being the American Idol? Do you sing Christmas songs all year round? Can you hold a tune while showering?  If you answered yes to any of these questions or can … more
FAIRHOPE – A 12-acre parcel on the perimeter of the Walmart shopping center in Fairhope will become municipal property. more
The Jason Aldean Back in the Saddle Tour was scheduled to be at The Wharf Aug. 27-28 but due to the threat of Hurricane Ida, ticket holders for Aug. 28 will have to wait. Red Mountain … more
SUMMERDALE - The Summerdale town council is considering making water system improvements with funds received from the American Rescue Act Plan. The town received approximately $399,000 from the … more
As Hurricane Ida made landfall in Coastal Louisiana, the Orange Beach Middle and High School PTO started working on a plan to help those in Ida’s devastating path and knew just the organization … more
ELBERTA - During the August meeting, the Elberta council approved up to 80 hours of COVID sick leave for town employees. To qualify, employees will be required to show a doctor’s note. Employees … more
Baldwin County School Superintendent just announced that schools will be closed Monday. Here is the email message he sent parents:  In line with Baldwin County and other government … more
SUMMERDALE —  Baldwin EMC staff and employees are busy today preparing for the arrival of Tropical Storm Ida, as she moves toward the Gulf Coast. “We have a disaster emergency … more
City of Gulf Shores officials are actively monitoring Hurricane Ida. As of the 11 a.m. CST advisory issued by the National Weather Service, Ida is forecast to enter the Gulf and strengthen into a … more
There. Are. No. Beds. When experts say Alabama is out of hospital beds, they mean they are literally out of beds. This doesn’t mean they have simply filled the spaces earmarked for ICU … more
The annual Fort Mim’s re-enactment will be held this weekend, Aug. 28-29.The event is held to remember the hundreds of people who perished on Aug. 30, 1813 when Creek Indians attacked the fort … more
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