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German-inspired food, games and entertainment coming to Downtown OWA

(OBA®) – Foley, AL – OWA is bringing Oktoberfest, a classic German-inspired event, to its Downtown entertainment district. The festival will be held on the evening of Saturday, Oct 2 from 4-9 p.m. and will feature a variety of free entertainment along with delicious food and drink specials. Drawing from...
FOLEY, AL
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Foley residents frustrated by flooding, city officials spending $1M+ to fix drainage

FOLEY, Ala. — Help is coming for areas in south Baldwin County that have been hit hard by high water over the last few years. The city of Foley plans to spend more than $1 million dollars in COVID relief funds on stormwater infrastructure and drainage projects in hopes of relieving flooding that has previously damaged homes and businesses.
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Kickoff to the Baldwin County Fair

Robertsdale, Ala. (WALA)-- Tomorrow rings in the first day of a new season, and it’s not fall without the Baldwin County fair. Last year, the fair was cancelled due to COVID-19, but it’s back and better this year for its 70th anniversary. Families are excited after a year and a...
ROBERTSDALE, AL
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Fairhope PD arrests woman on drug charges

FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WALA) -- A Gulf Shores woman was arrested by the Fairhope Police Department on a drug trafficking charge and several possession charges. Jail records shows Jessica Leigh Styron, 43, is behind held on those charges and was booked at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Bond has not yet been set.
FAIRHOPE, AL
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70th Baldwin County Fair kicks off in Robertsdale

ROBERTSDALE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Baldwin County fair is back. After being canceled last year because of the pandemic, the gates re-opened Tuesday for the first night of the five-day fair. Everything you love about a county fair is there: the Ferris wheel, thrill rides like “The Shock Drop,” along...
BALDWIN COUNTY, AL
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Town of Loxley to honor veterans

LOXLEY — The Town of Loxley will honor its heroes with banners along Alabama 59 this Veterans Day. At its meeting on Monday, Sept. 13 the Loxley Town Council voted unanimously to pay the cost to purchase the banners for its employees. The banners, which are 30 inches wide by...
LOXLEY, AL
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Baldwin Pops October concerts set

FAIRHOPE – The Baldwin Pops will present its annual Fairhope Founder’s Day concert Sunday, Oct. 3 at Henry George Park starting at 6 p.m. The performance on the bluff is sponsored by the Fairhope Single Tax Corp. The event is free to the public. Spectators should bring lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic dinner to enjoy a night of music, organizers said.
FAIRHOPE, AL
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Twin Beech project nearing completion

FAIRHOPE – Twin Beech Road has reopened east of U.S. 98 removing detours for Fairhope High School and Middle School traffic and work on the entire road should be completed in October, city officials said. Richard Johnson, Fairhope public works director, said the project should be complete within a month...
FAIRHOPE, AL
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Fairhope incentives increasing vaccinations

FAIRHOPE – While Fairhope paid incentives are increasing the number of city employees getting vaccinations against COVID-19, new federal mandates requiring immunizations should not affect the municipality, officials said. About one third of city employees are fully vaccinated, Fairhope Human Resources Director Traveis Cunningham told City Council members on Monday,...
FAIRHOPE, AL
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Volunteers brave rain to get the trash out of the splash

The rain did not stop Gulf Shores and Orange Beach residents from getting the trash out of the splash Saturday during the 34th Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup. Each year volunteers take part in the state’s largest annual volunteer event cleaning up neighborhoods, parks and streets preventing that trash from traveling into local waterways. Over 100,000 volunteers have participated over the last 33 years. In that time, 6,285 miles of coastline have been cleaned and 1,737,734 pounds of debris have been removed.
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Agreement extends city worker health coverage

FAIRHOPE – County employees and workers in three cities will soon have more access to healthcare services under an agreement between government agencies, but urgent care visits will cost more next year for Fairhope employees. The Fairhope City Council voted Monday, Sept. 13, to approve an agreement to allow county...
FAIRHOPE, AL

Fire damages popular seafood restaurant on Mobile Causeway

Three South Alabama fire departments were dispatched to extinguish a massive commercial fire Sunday morning at Ed’s Seafood Shed, a popular restaurant on the Mobile Causeway. Mobile Fire and Rescue, Spanish Fort Fire and Rescue, and the Daphne Fire Department worked on site to extinguish the fire at 3382 Battleship...
MOBILE, AL

4-Day Weather Forecast For Summerdale

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Summerdale: Tuesday, September 21: Chance of Showers And Thunderstorms; Wednesday, September 22: Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms then chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while slight chance of showers and thunderstorms then mostly clear overnight; Thursday, September
SUMMERDALE, AL

Gulf Shores Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Gulf Shores: Wednesday, September 22: Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms then partly sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Thursday, September 23: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Friday, September 24: Sunny during the day; while mostly
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