Government

Gulf Shores Airport Progresses Toward Commercial Flights

Gulf Shores International Airport is one step closer to building a temporary terminal for commercial flights, NBC15 reports. The city council approved a resolution to...

Tourism Booms In Baldwin, Mobile Counties

AL.com reported that, of Alabama’s $7.75 billion in travel-related earnings in 2023, 44.1% came from Mobile and Baldwin counties. That is an increase from 39.9%...

Daphne Opens New Fire Department Training Facility

The Daphne Fire Department recently opened its newest training facility, FOX10 reports. The Candidate Physical Ability Testing (CPAT) facility was developed to help find trainable...

Mobile County Commission Gets Credit Rating Upgrade

S&P Global recently announced it has raised the Mobile County Commission’s general obligation debt and long-term ratings to AA+ from AA and has designated the...

New Leader For Mobile’s Office Of Resilience And Sustainability

The City of Mobile’s Office of Resilience and Sustainability has announced that it has promoted Lance Slater to director of resilience and sustainability. Slater has...

Fairhope Opens $2-Million Art Alley

Fairhope has opened a new “Art Alley” in the heart of Downtown Fairhope off Section Street and behind the Hampton Inn, WKRG reports. Mayor Sherry...

Details Given On MLK Avenue Cultural District In Mobile

Mobile County officials recently held a public meeting featuring consultants who provided a “sneak peek” of a “civil rights and cultural heritage” district around Dr....

Mobile County Commission Appoints Administrator

The Mobile County Commission recently appointed E. Edwin “Eddie” Kerr to the position of county administrator. Kerr has been interim county administrator since March 1...

Mobile Kicks Off “Complete Streets” Project

The City of Mobile recently hosted a public meeting about the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue "Complete Streets" project. Stakeholders and residents learned more...

Contractor’s College Applications Open

Applications are open for the June-December cohort of the Contractor’s College, a partnership between the City of Mobile’s Office of Supplier Diversity and Bishop State...

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