Mobile County

Deuce Drone to Begin Flights In May

Deuce Drone to Begin Flights In May

April 16, 2021
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Last-mile package delivery startup Deuce Drone LLC has set May for a “VIP launch,” AL.com reports. The company’s first phase of commercial operation will connect customers in the BB&T Centre, north of Dauphin Street on the west I-65 Service Road in Mobile, with businesses in the Legacy Village shopping center, off the northwest corner of…

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MOWA Band Completes Playground, Trail

MOWA Band Completes Playground, Trail

April 9, 2021
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The MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians recently cut the ribbon on a playground and trail on Red Fox Road on tribal land near Mount Vernon, Call News reports. The band sought and received grants totaling $547,000 for the modern playground for children, plus a concrete walking trail that encircles the area. Granters included the federal…

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Mudbottom Revival Music Festival Set

Mudbottom Revival Music Festival Set

April 9, 2021
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Nonprofit organizer Dog River Clearwater Revival has announced plans for the sixth-annual MudBottom Revival Music Festival. To be held on April 25 at Bender Point, 3619 Riviere Du Chien Road, Mobile, at 1-4 p.m., it features Nashville recording artist Will Kimbrough, along with Molly Thomas & The Rare Birds. The site will be set up…

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Snapper Study Shows Many More Than Expected

Snapper Study Shows Many More Than Expected

April 9, 2021
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A study to gauge the population of red snapper along the entire Gulf Coast indicates many more of the fish than previously estimated, Alabama Newscenter reports. The three-year-long The Great Red Snapper Count led by the Harte Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (and contributed to by the University of…

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Do Some Good Mobile 2021 Issue is Out

Do Some Good Mobile 2021 Issue is Out

April 9, 2021
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The 2021 issue of Do Some Good Mobile published by The Mobile Rundown is out now. The magazine is reserved for nonprofits and allows readers to get involved with fundraisers, city cleanups, donations and other ways to “give back.” The goal is to educate the public on nonprofits in the area and how the community…

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Major Industrial Park Development For Theodore

Major Industrial Park Development For Theodore

April 9, 2021
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Details for a master-planned industrial park, South Alabama Logistics Park, were recently unveiled, according to FOX10. A three-year collaborative effort between the Alabama State Port Authority, Burton Property Group of Mobile, the City of Mobile, Mobile County and the Mobile Area of Chamber of Commerce, the 1,300-acre park will be located off Interstate 10 near…

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Berkshire Hathaway Announces Major Sales

Berkshire Hathaway Announces Major Sales

April 9, 2021
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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Cooper & Co. Inc. has announced Otto Brewer’s purchase of two office warehouse buildings totaling more than 33,400 ft2 on 5.3 acres at 3927 and 4001 Halls Mill Road in Mobile for $850,000 to a private investor. David Cooper of the company’s commercial division worked with the buyer and represented the seller.…

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Carnival Changes Mobile’s Ship for June; Stimpson Comments on Industry

April 2, 2021
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Carnival Cruise Line has listed Mobile departures aboard the Carnival Sensation (formerly to be other Fantasy-class ships Fantasy, then the Fascination) starting June 3. Carnival lists the Sensation as having launched in 1993 as one of four upgraded ships in its class returning to service. Its changes include “additional balcony staterooms, as well as enhanced…

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Stimpson Appoints Staff Directors

April 2, 2021
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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced three appointments to the executive director level of his staff to help fill vacancies left by Paul Wesch, who served in multiple roles prior to his death last December. Acting Executive Director of Public Safety James Barber is dropping “acting” from his title and formally taking on the role as…

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Mobile County Preliminarily Awards Affordable Home Contracts

March 12, 2021
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Mobile County commissioners have authorized two preliminary awards of Home Investment Partnerships Program funds of $1.2 million each to Arbors at Miller Creek and Mobile Elderly Housing in support of applications to the Alabama Housing Finance Authority for 2021 tax credits for proposed senior housing developments, Call News reports. The next step for the developers…

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