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SILVERHILL, Alabama — Crowds braved the rain on Saturday, Nov. 23 for the 9th Annual Family Farm Day at Humming Star Alpacas in Silverhill. Owners Cheryl and Andy Bowen welcomed guests who were … more
Paws and Claus [Photo gallery]
SUMMERDALE, Alabama -- The Baldwin County Animal Shelter hosted a Paws and Claus event Saturday, Dec. 7. The event included a rabies clinic, bounce house, hot chocolate, coffee and cookies and a … more
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — Residents at the William F. Green Veterans Home in Bay Minette were feeling a little more cheerful on Saturday, Dec. 7 thanks to a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. Members … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — The 21st Annual PCA Championship Rodeo, presented by RAM, a benefit for the Robertsdale Rotary Club Foundation, proceeded as planned on Friday and Saturday, March 13-14 amid … more
Hurricane Sally blew through Baldwin County last week, causing extensive damage and widespread power outages. Here are some scenes from around central and north Baldwin County. more
LOXLEY — U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue visited damaged areas affected by Hurricane Sally Monday afternoon before participating in a round-table discussion with local farmers and … more
The year of 2020 will be seared into memory for a worldwide pandemic, the cancellation of The Hangout Music Festival and National Shrimp Festival and multiple hurricanes. Thankfully, it will not be … more
Attorney General Steve Marshall announced that the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed the conviction of Michael Robert Burns, 51, for murder.  Burns was convicted in Baldwin County … more
The City of Gulf Shores is excited to announce the third annual Movies at Meyer Park series is scheduled to begin on Oct. 22 at Meyer Park. Residents and visitors are invited to bring their lawn … more
Perdido Beach Resort, temporarily closed due to sever hurricane damage, seized the opportunity to bless hard hit coastal residents and began their room renovations earlier than planned. Two weeks … more
The Orange Beach Community Association will honor our first responders at the November Community Potluck on Nov. 2 at 6 p.m.  An officer from the Police and Fire Department will be honored on … more
Steward has been an active member in Gulf Shores’ local real estate market since 2006. After opening Crye-Leike’s Gulf Shores franchise office in 2019, Steward has since expanded the … more
Repairs to Lakeview Trail in Gulf State Park have been rescheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 21 through Friday, Oct. 23. Hurricane Sally caused damage to this popular bike trail, eroding the surface … more
The U.S. Small Business Administration is encouraging Alabama businesses and residents affected by Hurricane Sally on Sept. 14 -16, 2020 to submit their loan application for physical damages by Nov. … more
When you step into the ballot box this November, do you really have any idea what the Alabama state amendments mean? It can be hard to decipher who is benefitting and who is potentially being written … more
Less than 50 percent of all Alabama residents hold a college degree. A new state initiative aims to change that. This month the Alabama College Attainment Network launched via a virtual … more
Does the language of the amendments listed on the Nov. 3 ballot make you see cross-eyed? The legal jargon of those paragraphs is not meant to be easily consumed by voters. Instead the precise … more
ROBERTSDALE — After starting 3-0, the Robertsdale Golden Bears snapped a five-game losing streak with a 14-6 victory Friday night over the Baldwin County High Tigers in the Bears’ final … more
LOXLEY — The Alabama Department of Corrections will provide free COVID-19 tests next week to ADOC staff and inmates as one staff member at the Loxley Community Based Facility/Community Work … more
City of Gulf Shores officials are actively monitoring the developments of Tropical Storm Zeta. As of the 1:30 p.m. CST briefing issued by the National Weather Service, Zeta is forecast to strengthen … more
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