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Key vote delayed on south Alabama toll bridge

A Mobile planning organization delayed a key vote on a controversial toll bridge amid pushback over the cost to commuters and families. Mobile...

Kemira investing $71 million to expand Alabama operation, creating 20 jobs

Finland-based Kemira announced it is investing $70.8 million to expand production at its Mobile facility. The company is a polymer producer serving the pulp and paper,...

Local and state officials react to death of Mobile police officer...

Sean Tuder, a 30 year-old police officer from Mobile, was shot and killed in the line of duty Sunday. AL.com reports that Tuder joined...

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson fires 10 workers over ‘sick out’

An Alabama mayor has fired 10 employees who staged a “sick out” over working conditions. WALA-TV reports that Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson fired the workers...

Mobile announces city’s 2019 budget, projects $4 million revenue increase

Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced the final proposed budget for 2019 in the City of Mobile, Ala. on Thursday, which included a projected a $4...

Mobile refuses money for University of South Alabama football stadium

The city of Mobile is refusing to put $10 million into an on-campus stadium for the University of South Alabama. News outlets report City Council...

Checking in: What has Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson been up to?

Ever wonder what your mayor been up to each month? Sure you may have helped elect them, but what happens after that? Alabama Today...

Mobile City Council to vote on University of South Alabama stadium

After a “task force” meeting on Monday, the Mobile City Council still seems poised to vote Aug. 14 on a proposal to help fund...

Bike-sharing service to launch August 15 in Mobile

Mobile will launch its downtown bicycle-sharing service on Aug. 15. The launch date means that rental bikes should be readily available during the Aug. 25...

Mobile, Ala. joins the fights against opioid manufacturers

The City of Mobile, Ala. is hoping to hold the companies it says is responsible for dumping millions of dollars' worth of prescription opiates into...
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