The city of Mobile is celebrating being named one of 51 designees of the inaugural Innovate Alabama Network.
The city of Mobile celebrated as Carnival Spirit left for an eight-day cruise to the Bahamas on Friday. The cruise is the first since Carnival returned to the Port City.
The Mobile City Council unanimously approved a terminal and berthing agreement with Carnival Cruise Line, during its regular meeting Tuesday.
The City of Mobile approved a project to expand access to natural waterways in the city.
Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced Friday the LGBTQ+ liaison positions have been discontinued after months of debate and concerns throughout the community.
Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said he hopes U.S. Coast Guard members know the city supports them as National Coast Guard Day (August 4) approaches.
The Mobile City Council repealed a former intergovernmental agreement with the Mobile County School system after receiving a letter from the superintendent and the school board.
Sgt. John Young with Mobile Police Department held a special event Monday to bury the “n-word.”
“Saying this is taxation without representation and this is the way for them to be included is a distortion of what they’re really trying to do."
The city of Mobile approved a 99-year lease agreement with the Mobile County Board of Education Tuesday. The lease price will be $1 for the entire term. However, the deal is not set in stone until the BOE approves the agreement.
Residents west of the city of Mobile will vote on July 18 on an annexation plan approved by the city council.
For several months, city officials in Mobile have been working with the FBI to correct crime data that led to an incorrect report stating that Mobile was the second most dangerous city in the United States.
The City of Mobile is facing challenges in hiring and keeping employees, according to data revealed Tuesday during the regular council meeting. There are currently around 170 vacant positions citywide.
Mobile City Councilman Scott Jones spoke during the council’s regular meeting Tuesday, asking for something to be done about the leadership of AltaPointe Health after a guilty verdict against the company in a civil case.
The City of Mobile approved over a million dollars to go to the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office, despite several councilmen pointing out that the office was the state’s responsibility.
The city of Mobile has joined other municipalities across the state in allowing for medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits.
The city of Mobile will join other cities across the state in considering an ordinance to allow medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits.
The city of Mobile is preparing to bring back the New Year’s Eve party and Mardi Gras celebrations. The events are expected to be a...
By Erica Thomas Work is still underway on a zoning plan that has been in the development stages for six years in the city of Mobile....