Saturday night, March 8, was very important for Nicole Teague. She, along with her friend Dorothy Savage, were backstage at Theatre 98 in Fairhope together to achieve a dream, performing on stage in front of her friends and family.
With his trademark “Save Up!” catchphrase, Killer Beaz has become a familiar, beloved performer to millions of comedy fans nationwide. He sat down with Cherish Lombard to talk about his latest album and tour.
Elmer is very outgoing and loves meeting new faces. He lights up when he’s around kids and other dogs. He even gets along well with cats. He would love to find a home that will give him tons of attention and lots of play time!
Finding the right mattress can truly make a world of difference. The folks from Barrow Fine Furniture talked about the benefits of memory foam and how it can help you sleep better.
Rescue helicopters and ships searching for a Malaysia Airlines jet rushed Monday to investigate a yellow object that looked like a life raft. It turned out to be moss-covered trash floating in the ocean, once again dashing hopes after more than two days of fruitless search for the plane that disappeared en route to Beijing with 239 people on board.
Elaine Sessions with Roberts Brothers, Realtors is in the Studio10 kitchen. She’s making corned beef hash and she has the details to the 13th Annual Luck of the Irish Cook Off.
Local fishermen concerned with the limitations on red snapper fishing will get a chance to have their voices heard. The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council is hosting two public hearings this week.
We saw two really nice days in a row this weekend ! Daytime highs were as warm as 77 degrees in the inland locations of Crestview and Evergreen on Sunday.
Local residents came together to show support for a great cause. On Sunday, March 9, a blood drive was held at the Grand Bay Senior & Community Center to honor five-year-old Tiffany Fontenot.
Mobile Fire-Rescue Public Information Officer Steve Huffman says some $30,000 in damage was caused to a house on Forest Ridge Road Sunday morning, March 9, after the resident’s son set it ablaze.
Officials are expecting another record breaking tourist season for 2014 and they’re needing not only returning lifeguards but brand new ones as well.
Shortly after the new administration took over in Mobile, folks in Africatown learned the federal grant for their community garden was cut. But, the garden is back in business thanks to former Alabama State Respresentative Bill Clark.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) A House committee will consider a new version of the education budget that does away with a teacher bonus and instead puts the money toward education employees’ health insurance. Budget committee chairman Rep. Bill Poole says a pay raise won’t help educators if they have to pay every dime, plus some extra, to higher health premiums.
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Authorities in Houston County say a murder-suicide involving an elderly couple appears to have been prearranged.
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The long, cold winter means crawfish are scarce and expensive.
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