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200th anniversary of Bienville Square in downtown Mobile Friday

A celebration of the 200th anniversary of Bienville Square will be held in downtown Mobile on Friday at 11 a.m.

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Fmr Mobile Police Chief Prine: Mayor is on apology tour but didn’t apologize to me, identifies other inaccuracies in Brown report

Former Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine joined FM Talk 106.5’s Sean Sullivan on “Midday Mobile” Friday to respond to false information included in an investigation by former U.S. Attorney Kenyen Brown.

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Mobile Mayor Stimpson urges council to swiftly remove Police Chief Paul Prine; Council to also consider third-party investigation into allegations

The Mobile City Council has a full slate on the agenda Tuesday, including two resolutions concerning embattled Police Chief Paul Prine

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Mobile Mayor Stimpson: Chief Paul Prine went 'AWOL'

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson responded to claims made by Police Chief Paul Prine, following the city’s decision to put the chief on administrative leave.

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'I'm not going to be threatened': Embattled Mobile Police Chief alleges unethical practices led to forced retirement; Mayor responds

Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine sat down with FM Talk 106.5’s Sean Sullivan on Midday Mobile the day after he was placed on administrative leave.

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Mobile begins abandoned boat removal project: We 'look forward to taking more of these eyesores out of our waterways'

The City of Mobile kicked off a project Monday to remove all abandoned boats and other marine debris from its waterways.

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City of Mobile makes immediate changes to police policy after shooting of 16-year-old

The Mobile Police Department released information after a deadly incident involving officers early Monday and Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced immediate changes to the department’s policies and procedures.

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Mobile LGBTQ rep feels entitled to community privileges — We know 'how to use a folding chair'

The vice chair of LGBTQIA affairs for the Mobile County Democratic Committee addressed the Mobile City Council Tuesday in response to Mayor Sandy Stimpson dissolving the LGBTQ Liaison program.

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Mobile Mayor Stimpson discontinues LGBTQ+ liaisons positions after ‘rift within the city’

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced Friday the LGBTQ+ liaison positions have been discontinued after months of debate and concerns throughout the community.

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Mobile wins 3 of 4 annexation areas to become second-largest city in state; Stimpson suggests future annexation in outlying areas

The city of Mobile is now the second-largest city in the state after residents in three out of four areas voted to become part of the city.

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Mobile city officials say former councilman Jones' comments are 'mischaracterization' of efforts; AltaPointe speaks on abuse investigations

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson and City Council president CJ Small released a joint statement Thursday following allegations made by former city councilman Scott Jones.

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Exclusive — Fmr Mobile councilman Jones: 'No second thoughts' about resignation — 'Not going to live in a snake pit and a dirty diaper'

Former Mobile City Councilman Scott Jones is leaving the city of Mobile after resigning from the council Tuesday morning. While he said during the public meeting he was leaving because of the city’s support for AltaPointe Health, despite numerous complaints of abuse, Jones told 1819 News there is more to the story. In fact, he said, “I am not going to live in a snake pit and a dirty diaper.”

Mobile looks at annexation to grow population, revenue while preserving black majority

The analysis of four annexation plans for the city of Mobile is complete and the results show the city would accomplish four goals that leadership wants to accomplish if any of the plans are approved. However, some black community members who have lived in the city for decades, say, "no way" and they want a different kind of change.