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Murder suspect Larry Sheffield appeared before Baldwin County District Judge Scott Taylor Monday, July 21. The 68-year-old Sheffield, a Mobile County Constable, is accused of shooting 53-year-old Jeffrey McMillian of Spanish Fort during an argument at a bar shortly after midnight Sunday morning.
The Gulf Shores Police Department as well as lifeguards patrolled the beaches Sunday night looking for a body.
At Thursday morning's Baldwin County Commission meeting, State Historic Sites Director Dr. Stephen McNair presented the plan to use about $1.7 million in county money and about $200,000 in BP money to restore and refurbish Fort Morgan ahead of the 150th anniversary celebration.
Budget meetings, a critical part of county management, are set to begin Friday in Baldwin County.
Welcome to the School Zone column, which is published every Thursday. My goal is to provide a snapshot of what's happening in the schools in Mobile and Baldwin counties.
ORANGE BEACH, Alabama -- A handful of residents made it clear to Mayor Tony Kennon and council members this week that there is opposition to the city's push to start a city-run school system.
Baldwin County voters will decide Tuesday, July 15, 2014 who will represent them in the County Commission District 2 seat.
Polls for today's runoff election close at 7 p.m. and we will be here with live updates throughout the evening.
When Does A Recruiting Trip Become A Junket? Find Out With Two Old Geezers Chuck Dean and John Archibald in this edition of Sixty Seconds over Alabama.
Poles open Tuesday, July 15, 2014 for State-wide runoff elections. Two candidates in Baldwin County will be keeping a very close eye on those results.
A temporary 'In God We Trust' sign will be hanging in the Baldwin County Commission chambers when it the commission meets Thursday.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:11 am
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