Murphy student Cody Kenlaw checks in to tell us about the big fundraiser Saturday afternoon for the restoration of Murphy High School. An all day event at Moe’s Original BBQ –More—
4th Annual Dauphin Island Gumbo Festival are scheduled to proceed despite a rainy forecast. The pre-sale ticket price of $12 extended through Saturday. The event is being rebranded as “The Dauphin Island Gumbo and Weather Festival.” Live music from Marc Broussard, Bonerama, Ryan Balthrop.
The Haven rescues, re-habilitates, and re-homes over 900 animals each year serving Baldwin County since 2000. The non-profit animal shelter is responsible for leading the four municipal animal control shelters into creating a no-kill society for companion pets, caring for over 70 homeless cats and dogs
Mobile County Commission tells us the western railroad crossing at Wilson Road and Cemetery Road in Wilmer will be closed from 7 a.m., on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, to 5 p.m., on Wednesday, March 20, 2013. The closure is due to the replacement of tracks by Canadian National Railroad. Motorists are asked to be cautious and to take alternate routes. Detour signs will be posted.
There are still dramatically high numbers of dolphin strandings and lately dolphin mutilations.
Sources tell us three companies are now vying for the Saenger management job: RSA (Retirement Systems of Alabama); SMG; and Huka Entertainment. Â Last December the Center for the Living Arts –More—
CHARLOTTE, N.C – Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron earned the 2012 CFPA Quarterback Trophy, announced today by College Football Performance Awards. Source: CrimsonTide.com McCarron, who led Alabama to back-to-back National Championships, –More—
There’s a litany of songs for a good Mardi Gras library. Songs that encompass the feelings and energy of the area’s pre Lent celebrations. But we noticed at most of –More—
Historic Murphy High School is one of the many Midtown Mobile places damaged by the ravaging ‘Christmas Day Tornadoes’. As such, a special relief fund was created by Murphy Alumni –More—
Yep, medialympics, where the media folk take each other on, stepping up to the challenge with our best lattes forward tonight. Join us when we experience the rigors ofÂ being a –More—
The Baldwin County highway dept. announced they will close County Rd. 49 near Camellia for cross drain replacement. They said it would take approximately two days and begins Tuesday at 8 a.m. See the map below for more exact location.
The Martie Party brings several friends to the Dauphin Island Sea Lab & Estuarium for a big shindig to celebrate the Year of Alabama Food.
The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program announced a public meeting (Oct. 4 at 6pm) for input on environmental values/concerns for management of waters, fish, wildlife
and lands in Baldwin County. The information will help craft a five year
plan for conservation management.
The RSA Tower downtown Mobile to light the lights orange this weekend in honor of Hunger Action Month.
Mobile Bay Bears could go all the way tonight at the Hank and Buffalo Rock wants the fans there. Buffalo Rock bought all box seats for the game tonight to give away to any fans that want to attend the game and cheer the Bay Bears on to a 2 in a row Championship.
Haberdasher is hosting Wendy Fest on September 20, 6-9pm with live and silent auctions, live music, food and chance to win a brand new Harley Davidson.
Grand Bay residents gathered today to honor Mobile County Commissioner Mike Dean for his work in the community that has made it possible to provide services to those in need and a community center for the rural area in southwest Mobile County.
the Alabama Public Service Commission, voted to extend rate measures aimed at helping revitalize local economies. The incentive program, offered by Alabama Power, has been in place since April of 2011.
Sports fans can win ultimate packages from Saints and Hornets, but you can’t win if you don’t play.
In response to the ongoing odor, identified last April as tert-butyl mercaptan, Mobile County Health Department, the CDC and AL Dept. of Public Health will be conducting household surveys from 9/12 – 9/14, to discuss health issues, if any, and to investigate public health concerns.