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Chickasaw City Schools' first graduating class of 12 students celebrated its commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17, at the school, with state Sen.
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A message posted on Mobile-based chicken chain Foosackly's Facebook wall announced that its popular Dauphin Street location would be shutting its doors.
May is the shift from spring to summer. From blossoming flowers to green leafed trees casting shade, the weather is changing, bringing warmer days to the northern hemisphere and colder temperatures down under.
The home owned by Earl Windom in Prichard is still damaged from the Dec. 25, 2012, tornado.
MOBILE, Alabama - The Mobile County Judicial Commission this afternoon announced two more applicants for a soon-to-be vacant judgeship, bring the total number to 25.
J.D. Dixon and Jeff Conger, with Ross Plumbing, work Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, to cover the recently laid plumbing at the construction site of the Publix Supermarket at the corner of Airport and University boulevards.
Spielberg recounted the story: "George came back from Star Wars a nervous wreck.
At 6 p.m. on June 3, the Mobile County Master Gardeners will be playing host to the ultimate dinner party for friends, only with a slight variation.
Road-paving crews working along U.S. 98 reduce traffic down to one lane on April 30, 2013, in Foley Ala.
The federal government didn't rescind all of the $25 million that it allocated to fix the Wallace Tunnel interchange after all, according to the Alabama Department of Transportation.
At this point, there's likely nothing that could be said about Star Wars that many fans don't already know.
Baker High School held graduation ceremonies for 511 seniors today at USA Mitchell Center in Mobile.
MOBILE, Alabama - A woman accused of throwing a puppy off of a third-floor balcony last year pleaded guilty this morning to felony animal cruelty as part of a deal involving jail time.
Lee Marvin McLeod, project foreman with L&A Contracting Company, right, and other workers mark cutting lines on the bridge surface during the replacement of the Michigan Avenue Bridge over the CSX train tracks leading into the Brookley Complex on Tuesday, August 31, 2010.
Mobile Mayor Sam Jones speaks to the local media after the Mobile City Council endorsed a contract with The Mobile Group on April 30, 2013, to manage the city's stormwater management program.