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Mobile, Alabama is located in Mobile County. Zip codes in Mobile, AL include 36619, 36691, and 36675. The median home price in Mobile is $140,900 which is roughly $62/per square foot. More Mobile information.

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3 hrs ago | Best of New Orleans

Review: Segregation Story

At first glance, many of these photographs of Alabama in 1956 suggest the mellow, nostalgic visions of traditional American life that we associate with Norman Rockwell's illustrations or Ronald Reagan's speeches. Look again, and many of the people in these pictures appear clustered near signs announcing "White" or "Colored" that imposed race-based restrictions on their freedom.

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7 hrs ago | Alabama Live

Want to go to BayFest for free?

MOBILE, Alabama - The price of attending BayFest goes up this Friday. But if you're willing to put in a couple of hours helping to pick up recyclables in the festival areas downtown, you can see the 20th annual BayFest for free.

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11 hrs ago | Alabama Live

Temporary parking relief en route for downtown Mobile business owners disrupted by Royal Street projects

Specifically, the city - in coordination with SP+ Parking and the Renaissance Mobile Riverview Plaza Hotel - has requested a parking validation process be created to ease the situation for businesses within the immediate vicinity of Royal and Dauphin streets. According to a statement released by Stimpson's office, impacted businesses will be contacted directly with details on the temporary parking validation process taking effect.

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12 hrs ago | Alabama Live

Woman wakes to find stranger in her bedroom, Mobile police say

MOBILE, Alabama -- In the pre-dawn darkness on Sunday a woman woke to find a stranger standing in her bedroom, according to the Mobile Police Department . Around 4 a.m. on Sunday, officers responded to the reported burglary at a home on Wesley Drive, near the Greater Gulf State Fairgrounds, according to crime information from the Mobile County Sheriff's Office.

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13 hrs ago | Alabama Live

Water woes during Saturday's USA football game likely to be aired during Monday's...

MOBILE, Alabama - An explanation on what happened with water supply during Saturday's University of South Alabama football game could come as early as this afternoon before the Ladd-Peebles Stadium board of directors. Board member and former City Council President Reggie Copeland said he has received multiple phone calls since Saturday's game against Mississippi State with questions as to why the shortage of cold, bottled water happened during a game which saw the largest-ever turnout for a Jaguars football game.

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17 hrs ago | Alabama Live

Sacred Spaces: Holy ground is all around at Beckwith on beautiful Weeks Bay

But truly, everywhere you turn at the Episcopal retreat on Weeks Bay in Fairhope, it feels like holy ground -- the tawny wood Chapel of the Resurrection, the waterside Byrne Chapel and the prayer labyrinth, a shady circular path of stones. The 82-acre camp and conference center is named for Rt.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Alabama Live

The Mobile Symphony Orchestra's first show of the season is an astounding sound sensation

Program: Tchaikovsky: Concerto for Violin in D major, Op. 35; Falla: Selections from The Three-Cornered Hat Suites, Gershwin: An American in Paris MOBILE, Alabama -- Saturday's opening night of the Mobile Symphony Orchestra 2014-2015 season was the first concert to be played within the Saenger's brand new $373,000 acoustical shell.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Alabama Live

AEA board meeting tonight, two days after Hubbert letter said group is in crisis

Henry Mabry, the Alabama Education Association's executive secretary, meets with the Press-Register editorial board Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012, in Mobile, Ala. On Wednesday, former AEA Executive Secretary Paul Hubbert sent board members and administrators a letter saying the organization was in a crisis because of declining membership, risky investments, shrinking reserves and loss of political influence.

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Alabama Live

With a Big Red Ticket, kids get in free to Mobile Symphony's Sunday concerts

MOBILE, Alabama -- Parents and grandparents, take note: The Mobile Symphony has a great freebie available with its Big Red Tickets to Sunday concerts. The program, underwritten by the Alabama Power Foundation, allows children in grades K-12 to attend a Sunday Classics concert at no cost, as long as the child is accompanied by a paying adult.

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Alabama Live

'Girls just wanna have fun,' with manicures and more at Ronald McDonald House benefit

MOBILE, Alabama-- "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" advertises manicures, makeovers, shopping and more as well as benefiting the Ronald McDonald House in Mobile. The shindig is taking place on Thursday, September 18 from 5:30 until 9:00 p.m. at the Alabama Cruise Terminal.

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Alabama Live

Why opposition exists for the beer and wine sales inside movie theaters

MOBILE, Alabama - The mix of beer and wine into the multiplex cinema might be the most controversial thing at the big screen since Clark Gable muttered that famous phrase, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a ..." Well, maybe not as controversial as that one-liner was in the late 1930s. But in Mobile, the recent request of Columbus, Ga.-based Carmike Inc. for a liquor license to sell beer and wine inside the Wynnsong 16 complex has surfaced as an emotionally-charged issue for a large group of residents living west Mobile.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Alabama Live

At anti-Common Core rally in Alabama, Italian journalist warns U.S. heading for doom

Making their latest stop on a nine-city tour in the state, Common Core education opponents preached to the faithful Friday evening. The tour, sponsored by a coalition of groups, is intended to drum up support for repealing Alabama's participation in the national education standards program.

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Alabama Live

Mobile's Gulf Coast Exploreum faces uncertain future: 'We are not sure that we can...

The Gulf Coast Exploreum, a fixture at 65 Government St. since 1998, could be in financial peril with a recent loss of half of its annual funding. . MOBILE, Alabama - When Jan McKay first accepted the job as executive director of the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center in downtown Mobile, she knew that fundraising was needed.

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Business Journal

Could U.S. taxes be used to finance sales for Boeing's biggest rival?

The expected extension of the Export-Import Bank could have an unexpected downside for Boeing: Helping Airbus export aircraft built in Mobile, Ala. After weeks of debate, Congress seemed on Friday to be on the verge of approving a nine-month extension of Ex-Im Bank financing.

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Alabama Live

Jury arguments highlight mistrial in midtown Mobile rape case involving elderly victim

MOBILE, Alabama - For two days, attorneys and family members alike listened to jurors practically screaming at each other as they deliberated in the rape and burglary case of Calvin Chambers. Now, Chambers, accused of assaulting an 85-year-old woman near Little Flower Church in midtown Mobile in October 2012, will have to be tried again starting Sept.

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Alabama Live

Taste of Mobile cancelled for this year; will move to smaller, more intimate setting in...

The Taste of Mobile is getting a new, smaller, swankier look. Organizers announced it will move to a smaller venue starting next year.

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Marine News

Ingalls Makes Large Donation to Bishop State

Brian Cuccias , president of Ingalls Shipbuilding, presents a check for $89,786.90 to James Lowe Jr., president of Bishop State Community College. The money will be used to purchase 20 welding machines and wire feeder boxes for the school's welding technology program.

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Alabama Live

Help for the directionally challenged in the School Zone

Welcome to the School Zone column, which is published every Thursday. My goal is to provide a snapshot of what's happening in the schools in Mobile and Baldwin counties.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Alabama Live

Beer and the movies: Two great things that go great together

I sit in a darkened movie theater -- the most terrible kind -- drinking a beer. In a little while, I reckon, I'll probably have another.

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Alabama Live

Mobile City Council considering budget additions for retiree health care, but decision is...

MOBILE, Alabama - Linda and John Breeden are two retired city employees who are hoping something happens that doesn't affect their health care. "I'm worried terribly about it," Linda Breeden, who retired in 2005 after working in the electrical department for 25 years, seven years with traffic engineering.

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