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.
Destin, FL – Legendary Marine, the #1 Ranked Boat Dealer in North America for 2012 and 2013 and the Emerald Coast’s largest boat dealership with sales and service locations in Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Panama City and Gulf Shores has recently initiated two new financial support programs to benefit area youth and its employees’ families.
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. — For the 15th year, the Robertsdale Rotary Club and the Robertsdale Rotary Foundation will present the PCA Championship Rodeo. This year’s event will be held Friday and Saturday, March 7 and 8 at the Baldwin County Fairgrounds arena in Robertsdale.
A taxpayer workshop will be held for business owners who are either starting a new business or may have an existing business. The workshop will be held from 5-7 p.m. March 11 at Central Annex Auditorium in Robertsdale.
March 7, 2014 — Gulf Shores, AL (GSA) —South Baldwin Christian Academy (SBCA) recently hosted a T-Shirt design contest.
“Our students in preschool through high school each created a piece of art work that they felt best depicted Spring,” art teacher, Robin Schlauder said. “The students were excited and motivated because the winning design will be featured on a Spring Festival T-Shirt.”
FAIRHOPE, Alabama — Come summer, Fairhopers Community Park is expected to be a new-and-improved recreational haven for children and their families as more than $400,000 in renovations will add a splash pad, rope playground and other new equipment.
BAY MINETTE, Alabama – School leaders in Baldwin County will address its growing student body next week with a series of community meetings.
“I was looking for work all winter long.” Shannon Roberts isn’t looking any longer. “I heard there might be an opening here, came in and they gave me a shot,” she says. “Here I am.”
Right now finding a job in South Baldwin County is almost as easy as walking in and filling out an application.
via Hiring Season in Baldwin County.
Four Foley High School Students got the opportunity of a lifetime Thursday night, March 6.
The students are members of a relatively new organization called Young Entrepreneur Academy (YEA!) of Foley High School. The club gives high school students a chance to create their own business plans and apply for grant money to actually start those businesses.
Local ministry Ridden Word is still working to recover after more than 60 bicycles meant for donation were stolen. However, Zac Foerster, Ridden Word’s director, said they have no plans to press charges. Foerster’s message last week to whomever was responsible for stealing the bikes was simple.
BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WPMI) Give a young student a computer and the sky is the limit. And then put several hundred of those students in one room and you’ve got a computer science fair.
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WALA) - It’s one of the best jobs on the Gulf Coast. The City of Orange Beach is hiring lifeguards and lifeguard beach patrol. Lifeguarding allows participants to remain in top physical condition while helping to keep thousands of residents and visitors safe.
GULF SHORES, Ala. (WPMI) Back in May, Local 15 reported about the concept of opening an Acme Oyster House in Gulf Shores. Wednesday, that concept became a reality.
Owners held a soft opening Wednesday, and it made a big splash.
The Gulf Shores Police Department will let a grand jury decide whether any charges are warranted in connection with a weekend bar fight that resulted in a homicide.
Jerome Prim, 33, of Foley, died Monday afternoon at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Fla., one day after he was hurt in a fight at a Gulf Shores bar.
Rumors of a “hit list”, weapons and threats permeated the campus of Gulf Shores High School two weeks ago. ”They were communicating their planned disruption for the day,” says Gulf Shores Police Information officer Josh Coleman.