Mobile County

Law Passed for Traveling Hair and Nail Salons

May 21, 2021
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Gov. Kay Ivey has signed a law that will make operating mobile hair and nail salons possible once rules are established by January 1, 2022, AL.com reported. The state law was part of a bill created by Rep. Barbara Drummond of Mobile as an effort to help the businesses during the pandemic when there was…

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Construction On Airport Boulevard to Begin Soon

May 21, 2021
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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced that the city is close to starting a major resurfacing project on a significant portion of Airport Boulevard, including areas where citizens have complained about burdensome potholes. The section being resurfaced will run from McGregor Avenue west to Flave Pierce Road, which is near where the city limit ends. This…

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Timber Ridge Apartments Sold

April 30, 2021
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The 320-unit Timber Ridge apartment complex in Mobile has been acquired by a pair of investment firms, Legacy Capital Partners, based in Cleveland, and Morrison Avenue Capital Partners, based in Tampa, according toBusiness Alabama. This is Legacy’s third joint venture and fourth asset acquired with Morrison Avenue in Alabama. Since its founding in 2004, Legacy…

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Local Student Wins $40,000-Per-Year Scholarship

April 30, 2021
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Mobile’s Alabama School of Mathematics and Science (ASMS) senior Anna Peeples from Baldwin County has been named a 2021 Cooke College Scholar. The only recipient from Alabama, Peeples will receive up to $40,000 annually to cover costs associated with an undergraduate education, be advised from foundation staff and have access to a network of active…

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Altapointe to Partner with Mobile Police Via Grant

April 30, 2021
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The City of Mobile has received a $742,000 grant Mayor Sandy Stimpson said will allow AltaPointe to partner with the Mobile Police Department to address mental health problems. AL.com reported the program will see mental health professionals and law enforcement work together to prevent people with serious mental illness from going to jail or tying…

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Sports Academy Accredited from Business School Council

Sports Academy Accredited from Business School Council

April 23, 2021
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Daphne-based United States Sports Academy recently announced it became the first sports university to earn accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). ACBSP accredits business education programs around the world at more than 1,000 campuses. The acceptance marks the culmination of a two-year accreditation process, which included an accreditation team of…

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Local Agent to Serve on Alabama Real Estate Commission

Local Agent to Serve on Alabama Real Estate Commission

April 23, 2021
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Bellator Real Estate & Development’s West Mobile Branch Manager Don Jones has been appointed by Gov. Kay Ivey to serve on the Alabama Real Estate Commission, the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce announced. The commission is tasked with serving the public through the licensing and regulating of real estate agents to ensure excellence in the…

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Local CPAs Named “Best and Brightest”

Local CPAs Named “Best and Brightest”

April 23, 2021
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Several local CPAs have been named to The Alabama Society of CPAs and Business Alabama’s inaugural listing of some of Alabama’s “best and brightest CPAs.” Andrew Bailey, tax and consulting manager for Crow Shields Bailey PC in Mobile, is a graduate of Birmingham-Southern College accredited in business valuation by the American Institute of CPAs, from…

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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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USA Health Has New Automated CPR Device

USA Health Has New Automated CPR Device

April 16, 2021
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USA Health University Hospital is now equipped with the LUCAS Chest Compression System, a battery-powered device that performs automated chest compressions during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). In the COVID-19 era, manual chest compressions on patients in cardiac arrest can be dangerous for healthcare staff performing the procedure. The LUCAS Chest Compression System delivers guideline-consistent, high-quality chest…

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