Tuesday 11/25/14 Live Music Line-up
Novmember 25, 2014 — Orange Beach, AL (OBA) — The Coastal Arts Center’s After School Arts Program consists of 12-week class sessions for both fall and spring semesters of the 2014-15 school year. Spring classes are Jan. 6 – April 15, but there will be no class on Mardi Gras, the week of Festival of Art, March 8-14 and week of Spring Break, April 5-11.
GULF SHORES, AL — Reporter Jessica Jones sat down with Joanie Flynn, vice president of marketing for Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism to talk about the new Welcome Center the tourist agency is building on Alabama 59.
November 25, 2014 – Gulf Shores, AL (GSA) – Gulf Shore sHigh School students got a hands-on, real-life food prep opportunity from the Hangout chef, Ira Gallon, this Thanksgiving. Students interested in the culinary/hospitality profession learned to prepare the dressing that was served at the Hangout’s Thanksgiving Day Buffet. Chef Gallon visited with the students on Friday, Nov. 21 to explain the recipe and the students prepared the dish on Monday.
GULF SHORES, Alabama – Gulf Shores United Methodist Church will celebrate the many moods of Christmas with its annual Holiday Concert. The concert will be held at 7 p.m. Dec. 14 at the church located at 1900 Gulf Shores Pkwy.
FOLEY, Alabama – Prompted by a recent inquiry into opening an adult store on one of the city’s main highways, the council is moving to further limit the locations where “sexually oriented businesses” can open.
FOLEY, Ala. (WALA) – With the holiday weekend rapidly approaching, that also means the malls and shopping centers will soon be packed with people looking for hot deals. And in South Baldwin County, many people will be flocking to the Tanger Outlets. With throngs of people coming to catch a good deal, that means safety is going to have to be amped up.
via Foley PD preps for waves of holiday shoppers.
LILLIAN, Ala. — A Bay Minette man suspected in the alleged armed robbery of a local drug store is the focus of a manhunt today. An arrest warrant is active for William McMillan in the robbery of prescription drugs with a potential street value of $50,000.
BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. — Baldwin County Revenue Commissioner Teddy Faust is warning new home buyers and long time property owners of a scheme to separate them from their money.
ELBERTA, Ala. — Elberta residents now have a regularly accessible place to dispose of their outdated medications. That’s because during last week’s Elberta Town Council Meeting, Elberta Post Master Kenneth Laurendine and Elberta Town Councilman John Conti presented a “Drug Take Back Box” to Elberta Police Chief Stan DeVane.
FAIRHOPE, Alabama – A 30-year-old Fairhope man already facing three charges related to a downtown arson, burglary investigation added to his problems last week by concealing cocaine and marijuana and attempting to use the drugs in city jail, according to police.
MONTROSE, Alabama – A small Baldwin County garden club in existence since the 1940s, wants to raise enough money to dedicate a section of Scenic Route 98 to military veterans.
SPANISH FORT, Ala. (WALA) – A 17-year-old cancer patient from Saraland received the shopping trip of his dreams from a nonprofit called Magic Moments at the Spanish Fort Bass Pro Shop today. With proud parents by his side, Michael Ables picked out a brand new crossbow, hats, gloves, boots and other hunting gear. Magic Moments is an organization that provides non-medical wishes to critically ill children and teens in Alabama. The Bass Pro Shop also kicked in a 10% discount so Michael could have everything on his wishlist.
via Saraland teenager in cancer remission gets holiday shopping spree | FOX10 News | Fox10tv.com.
11/24/14 Monday Live Music Line-up
November 24, 2014 – Orange Beach, AL (OBA) – It’s that time of the season and the Perdido Beach Resort is sponsoring a popular holiday program that gives brand new toys to children in need. From now until Dec. 13 Perdido Beach Resort will be accepting donations of toys and cash for the US Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program.
GULF SHORES, AL — As Thanksgiving approaches, shopaholics everywhere grow anxious for the infamous Black Friday deals. Many stores open Thanksgiving afternoon, and in the wee hours of Friday morning to offer dedicated shoppers discounts on popular Christmas gift items. From electronics to must-have toys, retailers and buyers, alike, are amping up for this event.
ORANGE BEACH, Alabama — Dozens of the area’s best skimboarders gathered at Perdido Pass on Saturday for the annual Bama Jama, a skimboarding competition organized by Blonde John’s Surf and Skate in Gulf Shores. The weather held up long enough for competitors to barrel through some good waves pushing through the inlet.
November 23, 2014 — Gulf Shores, AL (GSA) — Gulf Shores restaurant Bill’s By the Beach (BBTB) formally welcomes Alabama native Executive Chef Jon Gibson to the BBTB team. The addition of Chef Jon also marks a new menu for the local eatery, in a style Chef Jon describes as “coastal comfort cuisine.”
A Pensacola-based optometrist paid $202,500 for a 5,000-square-foot building at 309 N. McKenzie St., in Foley, and is renovating the building for an optometry business, according to Bradford Ladd of Roberts Brothers Commercial Property Management. Ladd represented the buyer and Bobby Hill of Century 21 Meyer Real Estate worked for the seller.
A nationwide phone scam involving a caller demanding money from residents for missing jury duty has reached Santa Rosa County, according to Clerk of Court Don Spencer. Spencer warns residents to not comply with the caller’s requests and to hang up immediately.
FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WALA) – Rain didn’t dampen the holiday spirit in Fairhope today. Shoppers got a head start on Christmas gifts during the 55th annual Christmas open house. The rain tapered off before noon and the sun peaked through the clouds just in time for the annual event. Businesses throughout Fairhope opened their doors this Sunday for a special holiday treat.
11/23/14 Sunday Live Music Line-up
UPDATE: 83-year-old Preston White was found safe Saturday night in Andalusia, Alabama. White went missing around 1:00 a.m. Saturday as he was following an ambulance carrying his wife to the hospital. Although he was found unharmed, police transported him to a medical facility to get checked out.
DAUPHIN ISLAND, Ala. (WALA) – The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has approved $9.6 million from the Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund for Alabama conservation projects including $3.6 million to be spent on a feasibility study on restoring Dauphin Island. The Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund is made up of plea money from BP and Transocean after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill.
via $3.6 million on restoration study for Dauphin Island | FOX10 News | Fox10tv.com.
November 22, 2014 — Gulf Shores, AL (GSA) — HRH, a Gulf Shores gift and accessory store will host “Jingle & Mingle, a Christmas Open House on Dec. 4, from 4-8 p.m. with a portion of the sales to benefit the Christian Service Center.
FAIRHOPE, Alabama – From large firms to small, the council this week heard pitches from four companies jockeying for position to guide the construction of a long-sought soccer complex.
FOLEY, Ala. — Area residents may be familiar with the Salvation Army’s Thrift Store in Foley, which raises funds for the organization’s programs. But now those programs can be easily accessed in the Forward City in the organization’s new Foley office, known as “The Outpouring: God’s Love for All People to All People.”
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. — The Robertsdale City Council approved several changes to the city’s personnel policy, many of which were regarding termination proceedings, during its meeting held Monday morning at Robertsdale City Hall.
BAY MINETTE, Alabama – A special election to increase the school’s property tax rate is a rarity in Baldwin County, and county officials are opting to treat their role in the matter as a formality.
FOLEY, Ala. (WPMI) President Obama has unveiled his plan for the nearly five million undocumented immigrants in this country. Some people hope the move is a step closer to becoming American citizens. Parents who may have come here illegally but have American born children now may have a chance to become U.S. Citizens themselves. “Its just as common. Its very common is what it is,” said Father Paul Zoghby of St. Margaret Catholic Church in Foley.