GULF SHORES, AL – According to an agenda published for a Monday regular council meeting, Gulf Shores officials will consider a resolution to allow two more beach access points requested by Hangout promoter Shaul Zislin.
GULF SHORES, AL — Faye Cook is an enthusiastic, persuasive, dedicated, and optimistic volunteer who has worked at CSC for more than nine years. She worked in the food pantry, was Chairman of Fundraising Committee for more than eight years and reinstituted the CSC Newsletter of which she is still editor.
An effort to get a clear idea of exactly how many pounds of red snapper are landed in Alabama could require fishermen to report their catches before bringing them ashore.
During a presentation to Alabama’s Conservation Advisory Board on March 1, Marine Resources Director Chris Blankenship asked members for their approval of the mandatory reporting system.
The Wishbone Boys Fan Experience will take place on Saturday, March 15th 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Flora-Bama Lounge, Package and Oyster Bar.
FOLEY, Ala. — The city of Foley is moving forward with plans to develop a new multi-use sports complex and events center.
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. — Future expansion of sports facilities in Robertsdale was among uses discussed for property which was approved for purchase Monday at the Robertsdale City Council meeting.
FAIRHOPE, Ala. – Big changes are coming to Fairhopers Community Park on Church Street now that the City Council approved a $378,870 bid for demolition and renovation of the old wooden park.
FOLEY, Ala. — During the March 3 Foley City Council meeting, the municipality presented its annual Revitalization and Beautification Awards.
The Optimist Clubs of Daphne, Foley, Loxley and Perdido Bay will host the Zone Six annual Oratorical Contest. The contest will be held at 6:30 p.m. March 27 in the Foley High School Library.
The Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce recently graduated the Youth Leadership Class of 2014.
Thirty-nine students from Daphne, Fairhope, Spanish Fort high schools, Bayside Academy and home schools along the Eastern Shore participated this year.
Christina Christian is an indie/country artist and songwriter from Foley. She tells Cherish Lombard she’s inspired by the music roots in her family, and got her love for music from her father. She says music came naturally to her.
The 15th Annual Pig Roast benefiting the Baldwin County Boy’s Ranch is sold out tonight Friday, March 7.
Hundreds will show up to the Boy’s Ranch tonight to show their support for the camp.
FLORA-BAMA (WPMI) Flora-Bama is honoring America’s Warriors and having a Beach Run/Walk 5K & 1/2 Marathon on the beautiful white sandy beaches in front of Flora-Bama. The event is March 15 beginning at 9:30 a.m.The 5K Run/Walk will head towards Alabama, while the 1/2 Marathon will head towards Florida.
PANAMA CITY, Fla. AP Florida has joined a multistate lawsuit stemming from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, seeking to hold British oil company BP accountable for damage to the state’s natural resources.The complaint was filed Wednesday in Panama City federal court by the state’s secretary of environmental protection and the head of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
ORANGE BEACH — Through the years of a fire service career, Orange Beach Chief Shane Phillips has kept several ideas and experiences in the back of his mind. And he’s never sure when one of those might be of help to him today.
GULF SHORES, AL – On Thursday, March 13 the Gulf Shores Police Department will host a “Coffee with a Cop” event at McDonalds which is located at 2000 Gulf Shores Pkwy Gulf Shores, AL.
Can’t wait to hit the beach, but worried about the budget this spring? Alabama’s Gulf Coast has 32 miles of sugar-white sandy beaches where you can plop down a beach chair and dig in your toes.
ORANGE BEACH, Alabama — A celebration of performing, visual and culinary arts will take place Saturday and Sunday during the 40th annual Orange Beach Festival of Art.
GULF SHORES, Ala. — Twenty-seven NAIA softball teams will descend on the Gulf Shores Sportsplex for the 2014 Gulf Coast Invitational Friday-Sunday.
The tournament, hosted by the University of Mobile, features two days of pool plays and a gold, silver and bronze bracket on Sunday.
GULF SHORES, Alabama — While many recover from Mardi Gras, the spring break party is just getting started and Coastal Alabama’s beaches are ready for the party to keep going.
Herb Malone, president and CEO of Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism, says Baldwin County beaches consider theirs a family spring break through March and April.