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The Mobile Planning Commission will vote on Thursday, March 20, 2014, on a coal terminal project south of downtown Mobile, Ala.
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That's right, you almost missed it. You were, I reckon, still complaining about the cold of January during those 14 days in late February and early March when we had temperatures in the 70s.
I'm changing. You're still the same. Your anger brings me so much pain. Each and every time you slam that door.
Mayor Sandy Stimpson talks about the city's finances during a news conference on Dec. 31, 2013, at which he said the city must stop planned raises for its workers because of a newly discovered $4.4 million deficit in the 2014 budget.
MOBILE, Alabama -- He was a smart lawyer who helped make life better for generations of Alabamians with special needs.
The warmer weather springs time forward and pushes plants to break out of hibernation.
MOBILE, Alabama -- On Saturday, March 15, the students of St. Paul's Episcopal School celebrated "Midnight in Paris" at one of the first proms of the season.
Mark and Lynn Yeager of Claremont Street in Mobile, Ala. want to know why their dogs were shot by a police officer on Friday in their own yard as officers pursued trespassing suspects reported fox10tv.com.
According to the University of South Alabama a death investigation is being held after a student was found unresponsive in his dorm room.
"We're gauging their perception and opinion on how DeTonti Square is being formatted into the form-base code."
That's a record attendance for the first day, she said via email. The four houses on Washington Square were among the most popular, but probably the busiest site was the Antoinette Building on Government Street.
What's an aspiring leprechaun to do? Plunge into the party with the Irish-for-a-day on Saturday, or stand firm with the traditionalists on Monday? The answer, of course, is both.
Calloway-Smith Middle School teacher Robert Alexander has been charged with first degree sexual abuse in connection with the reported sexual assault at the Moorer YMCA on Wednesday, according to Mobile Police spokesperson Terence Perkins.
In a Jan. 15, 2008 file photo, Lam Luong is escorted into Mobile County District Court Judge Charles McKnight's court room at Mobile Government Plaza in Mobile, Ala.
MOBILE, Alabama - Friday's decision by the Alabama Supreme Court to reinstate Lam Luong's conviction on capital murder charges, and the subsequent death sentence levied against him, caused understandable ripples on both sides of the argument.