Monday Jul 14
New public art initiative launches in Foley with bronze 'Slugger' statue at Cedar Street...
Shown during the recent dedication of the "Slugger" statue at Mel Roberts Park on Cedar Street are, from left, Pat and Skip Davis, granddaughter Leslie Fason, great-grandchildren Molly and Sam Fason, youngest son Randy and Lori Davis, and oldest son Richard and Margaret Davis.
Foley bond rating upgraded ahead of planned $17 million borrowing for capital improvements
FOLEY, Alabama -- On the cusp of some major road and recreational improvement projects, the city has earned a bond rating upgrade from Standard & Poor's.
Foley man charged in connection with June stabbing at Double Deuce night club
Damien Baker, 22, was arrested and charged with second degree battery on Wednesday in relation to a June altercation at a club.
Beach Scenes: Wipe out! Vacationers enjoy smaller crowds this week, good surf
Vacationers enjoy great weather at Gulf Shores Public Beach in Gulf Shores on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 Gulf Shores Public Beach was drastically slower than the past weekend where beachgoers were elbow to elbow.
Moe's Original BBQ to open in Foley; plans for Shoe Station, 96,500-square-foot commercial...
The Coastal Alabama Farmers and Fishermens Market site on Baldwin County 20 will soon be expanding with the addition of MoeaA A s Original BBQ and a retail farmers market.
Foley to welcome McKenzie Village anchor Hobby Lobby in mid-October
Baldwin County's second Hobby Lobby location will open at Foley's McKenzie Village in mid-October, officials with the Oklahoma City-based craft and home decor retailer confirmed Tuesday.
Rites of Passage
In an inspiring story of family and faith, Dog and Beth visit their friends Royce and Alesia Kyser in Foley, Ala.
Natchez men accused of raping 14-year-old Alabama girl
On Wednesday, around 4:30 a.m. Gulf Shores Police Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Gulf Shores Parkway in response to a call of a possible sexual assault.
Fairhope approves sand to fix erosion at beach area
The city of Fairhope has approved bids on nearly 6,000 tons of sand to fix erosion problems at one of the public beach areas.