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A Mobile City Council committee will not act to regulate public property sales until Mayor Sandy Stimpson's office releases a completed policy guide. The three-member... [Read More]
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Michelle Stancil Orange Beach engineer Vince Lucido helped draw the mean high tide line marking private ownership and public easements along the beach. To put... [Read More]
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A partnership of two federal agencies that aims to help rural businesses develop and grow is coming to Alabama with the Rural Strong program. The... [Read More]
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The Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences has identified the driver of a 2019 Chevrolet Malibu involved in the deadly wrong-way crash on Interstate 10 in... [Read More]
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Legislation intended to generate funding for local courts is making slow progress, but area judges are continuing to lobby for its passage despite concerns over... [Read More]
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The Mobile County Commission has unanimously approved a resolution opposing a sweeping overhaul to the laws that dictate how public information is requested and obtained... [Read More]
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A local judge is allowing Mobile County to maintain a no-bid contract with a nonprofit ambulance service despite an ongoing legal challenge from one of... [Read More]
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Despite some tension in previous meetings, Treasurer Phil Benson sat quietly Tuesday as the Mobile County Commission stripped his office of its exclusive oversight of... [Read More]
An Anglican bishop from Rwanda, who ministered to people who had a hand in killing members of his family, will be in Mobile next week... [Read More]
The family owners of a well-known Midtown service station want to rezone a portion of the property, but neighbors in a nearby Old Dauphin Way... [Read More]
A bill intended to reform Alabama's parole system has gained broad support among law enforcement across the state and in Mobile County, where prosecutors say... [Read More]
I was a perfect mix of thrilled and dumbfounded when Kristen Baker-Gezcy's email told me of Mobile's latest accomplishment. I suppose you could say I... [Read More]
Sadly, it seems like we are gearing up for our very own political season of "The Bachelor: Alabama," where our Republican primary candidates for U.S.... [Read More]
Photo |  depositphotos.com Yeah, yeah, yeah, I already hear you firing up your email machines to tell me it's OK to eat raw oysters in... [Read More]
Newbelgium.com While the Alabama legislature debates making medical marijuana legal in the Yellowhammer State (which would make it the 34th state, plus Washington D.C., to... [Read More]
depositphotos.com St Mary's Knights of Columbus Crawfish and Bluegrass Extravaganza returns to St. Mary Catholic School May 18. It's a community effort as Dauphin's restaurant... [Read More]
Bibliophiles rejoice! One of your favorite moments – Independent Bookstore Day – is at hand and there's a spot at Mobile's heart just for you.... [Read More]
Photo courtesy of facebook.com/willkimbroughmusic Will Kimbrough's new solo album is dedicated to Lower Alabama. Band: 9th Annual Dog River Mud Bottom Revival Date: Sunday, April... [Read More]
facebook.com/Lauren-Murphy-The-Psychedelics Band: Lauren Murphy & The Psychedelics with special guest Mark Karan Date: Thursday, May 2 at 10 p.m. Venue: The Brickyard, 266 Dauphin St.,... [Read More]
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