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Downtown Mobile Gayfers Building Renovation Possible

Downtown Mobile Gayfers Building Renovation Possible

July 23, 2021
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The Gayfers department store building in Downtown Mobile has been vacant and deteriorating for more than 35 years, but it may be poised for rebirth, FOX 10 recently reported. The nonprofit Gulf Coast Housing Partnership paid approximately $1.4 million for the property in 2015 with plans of renovating it and creating affordable housing units. The…

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Azalea Road Office Building Sold

Azalea Road Office Building Sold

July 23, 2021
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An office building and six-unit strip office complex at 411-413, 449 Azalea Road in Mobile was recently sold to 3030 Knollwood, LLC, for $630,000, according to a press release from Berkshire Hathaway Inc. David Cooper of Berkshire Hathaway’s commercial division represented the seller, and Bowdoin Atchison of eXp Realty, LLC’s southern branch represented the buyer.

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City Of Mobile Hosting Baseball Clinic

City Of Mobile Hosting Baseball Clinic

July 23, 2021
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The City of Mobile Parks & Recreation Department is partnering with the Cleon Jones Last Out Community Foundation, the Mobile County Public School System, Alabama Power and the Mobile Sports and Entertainment Group to host the “Cleon Jones Legends of Legacy Baseball Clinic.” This free event will be held at Hank Aaron Stadium at 8…

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Carnival Cruises Returning To Mobile In October

Carnival Cruises Returning To Mobile In October

July 23, 2021
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According to FOX10, Carnival Cruise Line has announced that its service will return to Mobile with the Carnival Sensation, scheduled to begin service on October 21. It would be the first cruise to depart from Mobile since the industry was shut down in March 2020 (Cruises from Mobile Could Restart in July). Carnival said that…

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Yung Bleu Releasing Moon Boy Today

Yung Bleu Releasing Moon Boy Today

July 23, 2021
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Mobile native Yung Bleu is releasing his next album, Moon Boy, today, AL.com reported. While the prolific artist already had a notable music career with a series of rap mixtapes and R&B albums, he was launched deep into the Billboard charts and gained widespread popularity with a remix of his single “You’re Mines Still” featuring…

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PRCA Announces Mobile Toolkit Event

PRCA Announces Mobile Toolkit Event

July 23, 2021
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The Public Relations Council of Alabama (PRCA) recently announced that its Mobile Toolkit 2021 will be held on October 8 at 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab. This annual professional development event is designed as a fun day of learning. “Esteemed professionals in the field” will be presenting seminars, and there will…

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Southwest Mobile County Chamber Opens Awards Nominations

Southwest Mobile County Chamber Opens Awards Nominations

July 23, 2021
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The Southwest Mobile County Chamber of Commerce (SWMCC) has opened nominations for its Community Impact, Teacher of the Year, Citizen of the Year and Volunteer of the Year awards. The awards are based on the nominees’ achievements in the year immediately prior to receiving the award, as well as their past achievements and ongoing contribution…

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Mobile Brings Mission Serve to Africatown

Mobile Brings Mission Serve to Africatown

July 23, 2021
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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced that 10 locations throughout the Africatown and Plateau area were re-roofed and repainted by more than 220 volunteers from Alpharetta, Georgia-based nonprofit Mission Serve this week. The City of Mobile’s Volunteer Painting Program, “which uses federal funding to cover the hard cost of repairs and improvements to homes in underserved…

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Alabama Shipyard Wins $16-Million Contract

Alabama Shipyard Wins $16-Million Contract

July 23, 2021
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Alabama Shipyard, LLC, of Mobile has been selected for a $16-million U.S. Navy contract to overhaul the USNS William McLean. The work is to be completed by November 24. Additionally, days before the Navy contract was awarded, Business Alabama reported, the MV Cape Diamond arrived at the shipyard for coatings, steel renewals, modifications, repairs and…

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Navy To Choose Austal For T-ATS

Navy To Choose Austal For T-ATS

July 23, 2021
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The U.S. Navy plans to change shipbuilder for its new Navajo-class towing, salvage and rescue ship (T-ATS), Janes reports. Although Gulf Island Shipyards of Houma, Louisiana, has completed the first five of the eight planned vessels, it was acquired by Bollinger Shipyards in April. Now, the Navy is instead pursuing a sole-source award with Austal…

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