Gulf Shores International Airport Takes FlightNew name and new control tower launch a new era for the region
Gulf Shores, Ala. – The Gulf Shores Airport Authority announced today that the Jack Edwards National Airport is now officially named Gulf Shores International Airport. The announcement included the ribbon cutting of a new state-of-the-art air traffic control tower, and the unveiling of a
Original Oyster House Offers Free Lunch to First Responders
The Original Oyster House restaurants will honor Mobile and Baldwin County law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics and sheriff officers by offering a free “Never Forget” Lunch at either the Gulf Shores or Mobile Causeway location on Friday, Sept. 10, 2021 from 11 am to 4 pm. The 14th Annual Never Forget Lunch was established by the
SAFE HARBOR SPORTSMAN RISES FROM HURRICANE SALLYConstruction of Premier Gulf Coast Marina Facility
(ORANGE BEACH, ALABAMA) – Facing in-water headwinds from Hurricane Sally in September 2020, management of Safe Harbor Sportsman and local partners endeavored to develop an improved, world-class marina facility.
“Nearly every part of Sportsman Marina was impacted by Hurricane Sally. Our docks were
NEW BOUTIQUE MAKING WAVES IN ORANGE BEACHIn a town desperate for more shopping, The Salty Palm opens its doors!Orange Beach, Ala., August 11, 2021 – Locals Kelly and Clayton Blackwell have opened a new retail store in Orange Beach. The Salty Palm is a Gulf Coast-themed boutique with women’s, men’s and kids’ apparel, unique gifts, décor and local art. Their store is located in the Shoppes at Palm
Gulf State Park Pier reopened to the public on Saturday, January 30, 2021.
Since the destruction caused by Hurricane Sally on September 16, 2020, contractors and staff members have worked diligently to reopen the Pier.
Approximately 725 feet of the Pier has been repaired and will be accessible for anglers on both
Chamber Cuts Ribbon for Souvenir City’s 65th Anniversary
Gulf Shores, Ala. – In rare occurrence, a shark was means for celebration over the 4th of July holiday weekend.
The Coastal Alabama Business Chamber was on hand for a unique ribbon cutting to commemorate 65 years of business for Souvenir City in Gulf Shores.
Souvenirs haven’t been the only drawing point to the facility. The 50-foot long