GULF SHORES, AL – Shooting suspect Jermaine Trevel Cungious turned himself in today, charged with felony assault 2nd degree and reckless endangerment. Cungious, 18-years old of Bay Minette, became the target of the investigation and ultimate manhunt in connection with a shooting on the Spring Break beaches of Gulf Shores April 16th.
ORANGE BEACH, Alabama – Allen Stanfield was the first man and Jessica Koelsch was the first woman across the finish line at the 18th annual Mullet Man Triathlon at the Flora-Bama Lounge, Package and Oyster Bar on Saturday.
GULF SHORES, AL – The city of Gulf Shores had a Breakfast with the Bunny on April 19 at the Erie Meyer Civic Center. Lots of kids and parents showed up to eat and see the Easter Bunny on the Eve before he makes his rounds.
On Monday, April 21, from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., the Gulf Shores Police Department and Alabama State Troopers will be conducting a joint operation along the inside, northbound lane of Highway 59. The northbound, inside lane will be temporarily closed while this operation is completed.
ORANGE BEACH, Alabama – Alabama Point in Orange Beach, Ala., was bustling with beachgoers and boaters on Saturday on the first warm, sunny day after a week of cold rain. As temperatures crept close to 80 degrees, families waded in the water and played in the surf despite a red flag warning cautioning the presence of a rip tide.
MOBILE, Alabama – There were many terrible sights from this date 15 years ago, but what has haunted Pastor Chad Stafford the most is the horror he saw on the faces of the parents.
FAIRHOPE There was hardly a could in the sky over the Fairhope Pier as hundreds made their way to the 25th Earth day celebration. For some, today was an annual tradition marked by arts and crafts, life music and pet blessings. For others, it was a great first time experience.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) A federal agency looking into the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion says it plans to release two volumes of a four-volume report on the disaster on June 5.
April 19, 2014 – Gulf Shores AL (GSA) – The City of Gulf Shores will host its third Annual Coastal Community Camp Day on Saturday, April 26 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the David L. Bodenhamer Recreation Center.
GULF SHORES, AL – GSPD Detectives are asking for the public’s help in providing information on the whereabouts of a man who shot an 18-year-old Spanish Fort man in Gulf Shores.
MOBILE, Alabama – Yesterday morning, Anthony Crawford received a text from his friend Andy Andrews, the bestselling author and inspirational speaker who lives in Orange Beach. Andrews told Crawford to check his Facebook page. As it turns out, Andrews had dedicated a blog post to Sugarcane Jane, a folk-rock duo comprised of Crawford and his wife, Savana Lee Crawford.
FOLEY, Ala. (WPMI) We are now hearing from the daughter of a man who was killed Wednesday in a fatal crash during a police chase. The victim, Ronald Ealey, was less than a mile away from his home when deputies say a drunk driver hit him.
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism will sponsor an autograph session at no cost which will feature 1992 national championship head coach Gene Stallings from 10 a.m. until noon.
FOLEY, Ala.—South Baldwin Regional Medical Center is teeing it up to benefit the American Heart Association. This year’s tournament will be held May 9 at The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club in Gulf Shores.
Gulf Shores, Ala. — Since I’ve been writing this column, I’ve met some pretty remarkable people. However, none have been as remarkable and interesting as Col. Joseph A. Fucci. Joe IS a true American hero in every sense of the word. As we shared stories, I was genuinely impressed.
GULF SHORES, Ala. — Katherine Webb didn’t see it coming. That’s according to Aimee Reynolds, the owner of Aimee Reynolds Photography based in Summerdale.
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — Baldwin County Young Republicans and the Common Sense Campaign TEA Party will co-host a Senate District 22 candidate forum. The forum will take place at 6:30 p.m. April 28 in the Performing Arts Center at Faulkner State Community College in Bay Minette.
Now BP wants to use the hard work and unflagging spirit of Gulf Coast residents as a justification for abandoning their responsibilities to the Gulf. In his recent op-ed for this paper explaining why BP feels it has done enough for the Gulf, company President John Mingé said that “no company has done more to help a region recover after an industrial accident” than BP.
GULF SHORES, Alabama – Spring Break is wrapping up for thousands of students in Mobile and Baldwin Counties and their families and it was certainly not the best vacation weather this week. It rained at the beach for three days, forcing many vacationers to find indoor activities. Shops, restaurants and movie theaters were busy when the weather was rough. Beach businesses like the rain- it drives in customers and profits.
via Spring Break Ends On A Soggy Note.
“They look like flower gardens on the bottom of the gulf.” Get a little closer and that flower garden is a school of lionfish. ”I call them super fish in a bad way,” says Chris Sherill with the Gulf Coast Lionfish Coalition. “Everything that we don’t need to happen is happening with lionfish.”
via Lionfish Invading Gulf of Mexico.