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Alabama officials have issued a firm warning for would-be scammers looking for victims during the Hurricane Sally recovery. “If you are a scammer operating in Baldwin County we are going to … 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
Hurricane Sally left a path of destruction across the Gulf Coast from Dauphin Islander to Pensacola. Her wrath ranged from flooded homes, downed old growth trees, missing roofs, displaced vessels and … more
One aspect of living on Alabama’s beautiful Gulf Coast is the realization that the best-laid plan is no match for Mother Nature. The original plan was to gather September 16 at the Gulf … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (ADCNR) Marine Resources Division (MRD) announces that it is currently accepting applications for its Coronavirus Aid, Relief and … more
Hurricane Sally blew into the area and blew the Miss Shrimp Festival Pageant right off the September calendar. Pageant organizers are working to secure a new date. Miss Shrimp Festival Pageant is … more
The Great Alabama 650, the World’s longest annual paddle race is underway. The 650-mile paddle race across the state of Alabama began Sept. 26 on Weiss Lake. The racecourse begins in the … more
Perdido Beach Resort, the Alabama Gulf Coast’s premier luxury beach front resort, suffered a significant impact due to Hurricane Sally. Damages to the roof, ballroom, meeting rooms and guest … more
The Christian Service Center has been sponsoring the Children’s Christmas Cheer program for over 20 years. The program aids local parents needing a little help to provide a Christmas for their … more
Three FEMA Mobile Registration Intake Centers (MRICs) will open this week for Hurricane Sally survivors who are residents of Baldwin, Escambia and Mobile counties.   One, in Mobile County, … more
While our area sustained significant damage with major flooding, extensive power outages, structural damage, wide-range beach erosion, fallen trees and many impassable roads, we are happy to report … more
GULF SHORES, Alabama — When the call came to assist with power restoration following Hurricane Sally in Baldwin County, like so many others, crews from Coast Electrical Power Association of … more
In consultation with the City of Gulf Shores, City of Orange Beach, Town of Dauphin Island and Baldwin County, all Alabama Gulf Coast beaches will reopen at 6 a.m. on Friday, October 2, 2020, as … more
  Historic Blakeley State Park welcomes back fall with the return of live bluegrass and entertaining storytelling on Friday, Oct. 9, from 6-8 p.m. Popular local bluegrass band Blue Mullet … more
Gulf Shores Municipal runoff election for City Council Place 1 and Place 2 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 27. The runoff had been deferred to Nov. 3, but officials said the logistics of … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (ADCNR) Marine Resources Division (MRD) reminds anglers that three days have been added to the private angler recreational season … more
 The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced the opening of a Business Recovery Center (BRC) in Gulf Shores Oct. 2, to help businesses impacted by Hurricane Sally.  SBA … more
While Hurricane Sally’s slow pace may have delivered four months of rain in four hours, the GEICO BoatUS Marine Insurance Catastrophe Team is finding that the Category 2 hurricane’s … more
The City of Gulf shores has declared a local state of emergency following Governor Kay Ivey's declaration due to Hurricane Delta's imminent threat to the local area. Hurricane Delta continues to … more
Governor Kay Ivey has declared a state of emergency in advance of Hurricane Delta’s arrival along the Gulf Coast and has issued a mandatory evacuation for tourists and vacationers along the … more
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