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MBA Young Lawyer Social Coming Up

May 7, 2021
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May’s Mobile Bar Association Young Lawyers Section social will be held at Red or White on Dauphin Street on May 20 at 5:30 p.m. Sponsors for the May social are Taylor Martino Rowan and Dew Sweepers Golf. The event will include food, selections of wine and beer and multiple golf package giveaways from Dew Sweepers.

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U.S. District Court Sets Up Attorney Lounge

May 7, 2021
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The U.S. District Court in Mobile recently announced the addition of an attorney lounge. It is funded by a portion of Attorney Admission Fee funds paid to the court by practicing attorneys. The lounge is in Room 520 on the fifth floor of the new courthouse on Saint Joseph Street. Attorneys may use the room…

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Howard Joins USA Health

May 7, 2021
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Dr. Donnelly Howard is now accepting patients at her new office at USA Health Mobile Diagnostic Center at University Commons. Howard is a board-certified internal medicine physician with knowledge in diagnosing and treating common conditions. USA Health said she also offers “seamless access” to regional specialists. Call 251-660-5787 for more information or to make an…

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Ribbon Cut On Mobile’s Parkway Senior Center

May 7, 2021
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Recent upgrades and additions to the Parkway Senior Center at 1600 Boykin Boulevard in Mobile were celebrated on May 3. Mayor Sandy Stimpson joined Mobile City Council Vice President C.J. Small and other local officials to cut the ribbon on what is now a full-service senior center with expanded programming in the Dauphin Island Parkway…

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Rapid Deployment Gets Big Federal Contract

May 7, 2021
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Mobile-based Rapid Deployment Inc. has received two large contracts totaling $614 million to manage a site in Fort Bliss, Texas, to house child immigrants, AL.com reported. The facility “is emerging as the largest of its kind and could expand to 10,000 beds,” the source gleaned from government solicitation documents. The contract is part of the…

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Business Applications Soar In Mobile

May 7, 2021
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NBC 15 reports Mobile is seeing an “overwhelming number of potential business owners applying for license” contributing to many applicants experiencing delays. The city said 352 new licenses were issued in January-March, and the submissions are keeping their pace. Mayor Sandy Stimpson called the number “unusually high… in recent weeks…. It’s a sign that more…

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Faith Academy Teacher Named Teacher Of The Year

May 7, 2021
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Faith Academy recently announced that Lindsay Storey has been named the Alabama Independent School Association Elementary Teacher of the Year. The second-grade teacher “has earned the respect of her students, parents and colleagues with her efficiency; her eagerness to go above and beyond; and, most importantly, the way she cares for her students,” the school…

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ASMS Announces Virtual Summer Camps

May 7, 2021
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The Alabama School of Math and Science (ASMS) is launching two virtual summer camps available to sixth- through 12th-graders throughout Alabama. National Cybersecurity Teacher of the Year, ASMS instructor Deb Gray, is teaching a cybersecurity camp on June 21-25, which will culminate in a CyberPatriot competition. Participants will meet each day at 9 a.m.-2 p.m.,…

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Lessees, Details For New Space In Shoppes At Midtown

May 7, 2021
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Lewis H. Golden of Mobile-based Hamilton & Co. recently represented a property owner in leasing 1,650 ft2 of retail space in the Shoppes at Midtown in Mobile to Pure Barre, which will be relocating to the newly constructed development from Mobile’s Spring Hill area. Developed by Mobile-based Crescent Construction & Development, Inc. in partnership with…

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Southwest Mobile County Chamber Celebrates Students

May 7, 2021
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The Southwest Mobile County Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated the accomplishments of local high school seniors who have been part of its Tillman’s Corner Area Learning Leadership (TALL) Program during the 2020-2021 school year. The graduation ceremony included the chamber’s Executive Committee, students, parents, principals and counselors and business partners who have been mentoring the…

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