There was an early militia – 1950s through 1970s – in Foley in southern Baldwin County. And it defied the mainstream depiction of a militia.
State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine) spoke Tuesday to the Common Sense Campaign at the Foley Public Library about top issues facing his constituents.
The Alabama Attorney General’s Office announced the murder conviction of a Foley woman will be upheld after the case was appealed.
The South Baldwin Regional Medical Center is expanding, and as the unofficial medical district in the city grows, officials are planning ahead.
The judge in the case of Baldwin County Bridge Company, LLC v. John R. Cooper, in his official capacity as director of the Alabama Department of Transportation extended a deadline for both parties to submit proposed orders.
The city of Foley hopes the Alabama Legislature will be able to approve an act to allow for a vote for annexation. The city council approved a resolution Monday proposing the annexation of part of the Mills community.
The South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce and OWA Parks & Resort are teaming up to put on the 19th annual Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival from May 4 through May 6. Over 50,000 are expected to attend the three-day event.
State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine) spoke Monday at the March 2023 South Baldwin Chamber Leadership Series luncheon.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey’s office responded to a media request Tuesday concerning the legal battle between a toll bridge company and the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT).
A national police dog competition is coming to south Alabama in September and officers and their K9s around the U.S. are preparing for the big event.
Egg prices continue to soar after a record price jump in 2022. Industry leaders have blamed avian influenza and feed prices as reasons to drastically increase prices.
The Alabama National Guard broke ground Monday on a new, multi-use facility in Foley.
The moment you walk through the doors of Stacey’s Olde Tyme Soda Fountain in Foley, you are transported to a simpler time. The days when a cup of coffee was 10 cents and you could sit and talk about life and politics with your neighbor. There was always a familiar face and a soda jerk with a smile.