27 min ago
Foley police investigate second armed robbery this month
FOLEY, Alabama -- Sports 'N More on Alabama 59 was the scene of an armed robbery Thursday morning and despite an hour-long search, the suspect remains at large, according to police.
3 hrs ago
Salvation Army finds gold coin in red kettle collection container outside Daphne Walmart
A South African Krugerrand was found Thursday morning after it was dropped into a Salvation Army kettle outside Walmart in Daphne.
7 hrs ago
$500K bond for man accused in wreck before Christmas parade
Bond has been set at $500,000 for a man accused of hitting a pedestrian Saturday in Robertsdale and then leaving the scene.
11 hrs ago
State Rep. Alan Baker announces re-election bid to House seat covering Baldwin, Escambia
A retired educator who represents parts of Escambia and Baldwin counties, Baker said he would focus on jobs and economy if re-elected.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Enticed by whiter, more conservative district, Republicans jump to challenge state Sen. Keahey
A member of one of Baldwin County's oldest families this week joined a growing field for an Alabama state Senate seat that suddenly has become a top Republican target after redistricting.
Two Fairhope teens arrested in connection to string of residential, vehicle burglaries
Mason Murphy, 18, left, and Pelham Nobles, 19, both of Fairhope, face charges related to 13 residential and vehicle burglaries that took place in September and October in Fairhope.
Fairhope teen indicted in 5-year-old's deaths wants youthful offender status
A Fairhope teen who was indicted in September on five charges, including reckless murder in the death of a 5-year-old girl, wants to be treated as a youthful offender.
Foley adds kayak, fishing access for public at new Wolf Creek Park with more work ahead
FOLEY, Alabama -- Nestled in a quiet, wooded area on the city's southeastern edge lies the 25-acre Wolf Creek Park, the newest addition to Foley's park system.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Historic board making plans to take over Swift-Coles house
The operation of the Swift-Coles Historic Home will become the responsibility of the Baldwin County Historic Development Commission on Feb. 5. The Baldwin County Historic Development Commission is in the process of crafting a plan to run the Swift-Coles Historic Home in Bon Secour.
Orange Beach man arrested on multiple sodomy, child enticement charges
Shaun Cassidy, 65, of Orange Beach was booked into the Baldwin County Corrections Center on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, in Bay Minette on two counts of first-degree sodomy, two counts of second-degree sodomy, two counts of enticing a child, second-degree sexual abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Three painters nabbed in Ono Island burglary spree
Carlos Gabriel Garcia, 20, left, and 27-year-old Steven Dale Erickson, both of Foley, are facing charges related to at least eight burglaries on Ono Island in Orange Beach, Ala.
Fairhope eyes possible referendum on property tax increase for schools
Third-graders in Lesley Davis' class at Fairhope Elementary School worked on a photo project in early 2013 for the school's annual silent auction.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Section 8 housing tax break and indigent care fund emerge as Mobile County concerns
State Sen. Bill Hightower and Mobile County Commissioners Connie Hudson and Merceria Ludgood participate in a legislative luncheon on Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, at the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce.
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Small Town In U.S. Gets Mail By Boat
U.S. Postal Service carrier Mark Lipscomb places letters into a mailbox along the Magnolia River while delivering mail from his 15-foot aluminum boat on the only water delivery route in the country.
Former Foley Intermediate principal appealing termination
The former principal at Foley Intermediate School is appealing a school board decision to terminate her contract in Baldwin County Circuit.
Man faces charges in Christmas parade wreck
A South Alabama man remained in police custody on Monday following a hit-and-run accident before the annual Robertsdale Christmas parade.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Same-sex marriage walking aisle of history
Rights are right: The opinion article on same-sex marriage being just a fad is completely wrong.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
In Alabama town, snail mail comes by boat
U.S. Postal Mail has been delivered by water to the residents along Week's Bay and the Magnolia and Fish rivers since 1915 in the small, coastal town of Magnolia Springs, Ala.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Hearing date set for rezoning of land near Spanish Fort High
The Baldwin County Planning and Zoning Commission will consider a request to rezone 26 acres of land near Spanish Fort High School on Jan. 9. duplexes and four-plexes, but many are opposed to plan because they are concerned about the traffic that will result from the complex.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Gulf Coast Quail Forever Chapter Forms in Alabama
Quail enthusiasts in Alabama recently formed Quail Forever's newest chapter, The Gulf Coast Quail Forever Chapter.