City of Mobile

Mobile Greer’s St. Louis Market Success Aids Revitalization

Mobile Greer’s St. Louis Market Success Aids Revitalization

January 21, 2022
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MOBILE, Ala. — Alabama Newscenter recently highlighted Greer’s St. Louis Market and the Downtown Mobile revitalization its success has represented. Prior to the building’s opening on July 29, 2021 (Downtown Mobile Becoming Housing Hotspot), it was a funeral home and then an auto parts store. The return of a downtown grocery store is helping revitalization…

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Barrett To Appear On Raid The Fridge

Barrett To Appear On Raid The Fridge

January 21, 2022
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MOBILE, Ala. — Erica Barrett, executive chef and owner of SOCU Southern Kitchen & Oyster Bar in Mobile and a forthcoming Birmingham location, will appear on Food Network’s Raid the Fridge on January 25, AL.com reported. Hosted by food writer and restaurateur Dan Ahdoot, the fast-paced competition calls on chefs to prepare dishes with ingredients…

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Marston To Be Conference Keynote Speaker

Marston To Be Conference Keynote Speaker

January 14, 2022
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Cam Marston, who hosts Mobile-based business podcasts What’s Working with Cam Marston and Keepin’ It Real With Cam Marston, has been chosen as a keynote speaker and master of ceremonies at the ACREcom real estate conference, taking place on February 11 at The Club in Birmingham. Organized by the Alabama Center for Real Estate (ACRE)…

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Walking Trail Dedicated At Figures Park

Walking Trail Dedicated At Figures Park

January 14, 2022
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Mayor Sandy Stimpson recently joined Mobile City Councilman Cory Penn and former Councilman Fred Richardson to dedicate the Floretta Fortune Walking Trailhead at Michael A. Figures Park, the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce recently reported. This addition is to be a new gateway for Toulminville residents to access the park and is named in honor…

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Mobile Launches Licensing Webpage

Mobile Launches Licensing Webpage, Opens Summer Jobs Program

January 14, 2022
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The City of Mobile has launched its new business license webpage, created by its revenue department as a one-stop shop for those obtaining or renewing a business license with the city. The step-based approach is intended to ensure applicants have the information they need about the location of their planned businesses, applicable zoning and any…

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Smartbank Hires

Smartbank Hires, Opens Mobile Location

December 24, 2021
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Pigeon Forge, Tennesse-based SmartBank has expanded into the Mobile market by opening a branch on Dauphin Street and hiring wealth advisors Thomas Montz and Nathan Novotny and senior registered client associates Tina Moody and Johanne Carrol to be based at the branch, Business Alabama announced. Additionally, it hired wealth advisor Amanda Montz and senior registered…

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Mobile Botanical Garden Hosting Holiday Market In The Gardens This Weekend

Mobile Botanical Garden Hosting Holiday Market In The Gardens This Weekend

December 3, 2021
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This year, the Mobile County Master Gardeners Greenery Sale is entirely online, but you can still enjoy in-person shopping of the Artful Garden Gift Shop along with Mobile Botanical Garden’s traditional holiday items (poinsettias, rosemary topiaries, Christmas cactus, local citrus, pecan specialties and more). The shop is full of local art and unique crafts for your…

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Mobile Airport Eligible For More Grants

Mobile Airport Eligible For More Grants

November 12, 2021
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The Mobile Downtown Airport has been accepted into the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration Military Airport Program, sources including FOX10 report. The administration selected Mobile’s airport; Kelly Field in San Antonio; and Salina Regional Airport in Salina, Kansas. These airports will be eligible for grants to add civilian aviation operations at former and…

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Jackson Chosen As Chief Of Operations For Mobile Police

Jackson Chosen As Chief Of Operations For Mobile Police

November 5, 2021
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Mobile Chief of Police Paul Prine has appointed Major William R. Jackson his second in command, Mayor Sandy Stimpson recently announced. Jackson’s appointment followed a thorough review and screening of internal candidates preceding his promotion to chief of operations for the Mobile Police Department. Jackson is a 26-year department veteran and has gained experience in…

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Mobile Libraries Extend Hours, Open Meeting Rooms

Mobile Libraries Extend Hours, Open Meeting Rooms

November 5, 2021
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The Mobile Public Library has announced extensions and additions of hours at several locations. Also, meeting rooms are now available for any nonprofit or community organization to reserve for free. The Ben May Main Library is now open on Sundays, from 1-5 p.m., and it and the West Regional Library have extended Monday-Thursday hours to…

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