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Traffic roundabout construction to begin next year in Daphne; similar proposal on table in Fairhope
Daphne's first roundabout at Pollard and Whispering Pines roads will soon be joined by a second traffic circle at Baldwin County 64 and 13 with construction expected to begin early next year.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Daphne dad celebrates Father's Day through church and family
Children's minister John Saxon says he's thankful for the strength of his daughters Sidney Saxon, 14, Madi Saxon, 6, and Carley Saxon, 16, this Father's Day.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Daphne Fire Station Holds Open House, Boasts Brand New Fire Truck
DAPHNE, Ala. Folks in Daphne have a lot to celebrate, starting with a brand new fire station and the hiring of firefighters to the team.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Gulf Shores named among 'best little beach towns' thanks to ...
GULF SHORES, Alabama -- Gulf Shores has made yet another publication's list of best beach towns , even though many of the attributes cited by Travel + Leisure magazine are not found within the city limits.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Official: Man, Woman Busted Trying to Fill Fake Prescription for Hydrocodone
BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. A man and a woman are behind bars, accused of calling in fraudulent prescriptions to several pharmacies in Mobile and Baldwin counties.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
'Tokarev' star Nicolas Cage spotted rehearsing lines at Battlehouse Hotel pool on Saturday
In this photograph taken on June 8, 2013, actor Nicolas Cage is seen rehearsing lines beside the pool at the Battlehouse Hotel in Mobile.
'Most wanted' Al-Qaeda terrorist Omar Hammami's family tell of their heartbreak
'We will love him until we die': Family of American-born 'most wanted' Al-Qaeda terrorist fighting in Somalia tell of their heartbreak The family of an American jihadist who went to Somalia to wage holy war have spoken of their heartbreak at his transition from gifted student to terrorist, declaring: 'We will love him until the day we die.'
Sun Jun 09, 2013
No Rain Delay, Lawn Festival Goes Ahead
DAPHNE, Ala. The rain on Sunday didn't stop one local church from having its annual Summer Lawn Festival.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Alabama Parents Despair For 'Most Wanted' Terrorist Son
While others enjoy the approaching summer, barbeques and baseball, one American family scours the internet looking for clues to whether their son is alive.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
The Mulligan Brothers celebrate second chances with today's album release festivities
The Mulligan Brothers celebrate the release of their debut album tonight at the Bluegill Restaurant on the Causeway and the Brickyard on Dauphin Street.
Baldwin County's chance of being hit by hurricane nearly doubled, EMA director says
Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency Director Mitchell Sims speaks to the Daphne City Council on Monday, June 3, 2013, in Daphne, Ala.
Public hearing on Daphne's 'indecency ordinance' draws comments on Lucy's Love Shop
Lynn Williams of Daphne speaks during a public hearing in front of the Daphne City Council on Monday, June 3, 2013.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Daphne Considering Tattoo Parlors
DAPHNE, Ala. Leaders in one Baldwin county city are trying to decide if businesses like tattoo parlors or adult novelty shops have a place in their community.
Fri May 31, 2013
Daphne Plant Dedicated to Longtime Employee
DAPHNE, Ala. Daphne's water treatment plant is being renamed after one of its own employees.
At least 127 bridges in Alabama need significant repair; some you drive every day
Interstate 20/59 in downtown Birmingham is among the most heavily traveled, state-maintained bridges rated as "structurally deficient." A planned $300 million project will replace the Interstate 20/59 twin bridges and alter nearby streets.
Fairhope Veterans Memorial unveiled on bluff overlooking Mobile Bay
FAIRHOPE, Alabama -- Nearing another postcard-perfect sunset with about 200 people on the bluff overlooking Mobile Bay, the new Fairhope Veterans Memorial was dedicated Thursday.
Thu May 30, 2013
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Council blocks Islamic center expansion in Mobile
The head of an Islamic group blamed religious discrimination for a decision by city leaders to block a planned expansion of a congregational center, but opponents say they are worried only about parking and traffic, not theology.
Wed May 29, 2013
News of Doom
Ala. man convicted of soliciting sex from children on craigslist
A federal jury in Alabama recently convicted 60-year-old Alan Preston Prine of Daphne, Alabama of soliciting sex from children on craigslist.
WPMI-TV to collect donations to help folks affected by tornado in Oklahoma
According to WPMI-TV , they and other stations within the Sinclair Broadcast Group had plans to collect monetary donations for the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to help folks who were affected by a tornado in Oklahoma on Monday, May 20th.