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May 13th, 2015 — Magnolia Springs
Firefighters with Fish River/Marlow Fire-Rescue and three other volunteer fire departments in south Baldwin County were sent scrambling early Wednesday afternoon after a string of brush fires were reported.
While four locations were called in within minutes of each other along a four-mile stretch of Baldwin County 32 around 2:30 p.m., only two needed firefighters’ attention.
via String of reported brush fires keeps firefighters busy around Fish River in Baldwin County | AL.com.
February 2nd, 2011 — Magnolia Springs
In an eleventh hour rescue of a mama Pit Bull mix and her six offspring, destined for euthanization in Baldwin County (Alabama) Animal Control, (BCAC), the heart of their rescuer did not deceive. On January 20th, the Pit Bull family of seven was left inside the mobile home of Alex Baker and Diana Caudill when the couple was arrested by Baldwin County sheriff’s deputies. The charges were unrelated to animal issues. However, accounts of how the dogs got out of the residence are sketchy and varied.
Alabama’s “Baldwin County 7”: Refuge for mama Pit Bull and six pups
January 25th, 2011 — Magnolia Springs
Residents of Magnolia Springs and surrounding areas finally have a new place to shop and pick up a few essentials without having to trek to Foley or Fairhope.
The new Family Dollar on U.S. 98 in Magnolia Springs held its grand opening and ribbon cutting on Saturday. The store’s parking lot has been full of curious shoppers, interested to see the new store and cash in on grand opening deals including 2 liter Coke products for 75 cents each.
After several delays, Family Dollar opens in Magnolia Springs
January 24th, 2011 — Crime, Magnolia Springs
A forged prescription and stolen pecans have garnered more trouble for a Magnolia Springs man with two prior felonies.
Brandon O’Neal Darty, 25, last week entered guilty pleas related to the two crimes committed last year. Authorities said that Darty in January 2010 tried to obtain a forged prescription for 120 oxycodone tablets.
Magnolia Springs man pleads guilty in drug case, pecan theft
January 21st, 2011 — Magnolia Springs
Eight pit bulls get out of a Magnolia Springs mobile home, causing quite a scare in the neighborhood
On Friday, several of the pit bulls somehow got out…and began roaming the neighborhood. Animal control officers were called…they were able to round up and catch seven of the dogs but not before causing quite a scare on 5th Avenue.
Pit Bulls Get Loose
Pit bulls, a trailer, arrests… these things go together like …..
January 14th, 2011 — Magnolia Springs
The Town of Magnolia Springs finance committee suggested a plan for the town to fund a portion of the turn lane put in place to accommodate Family Dollar.
Mayor Charles Houser said the town will fund up to $90,000 of the project, but the exact cost of the total project was not yet known. The finance committee recommended for the town to take the seven-month CD it currently has and convert it to 24 month CD, which would raise the income. The new CD would then be used as collateral on a five-month note.
Plan considered to pay for turn lane
January 13th, 2011 — Magnolia Springs
The Magnolia Springs Town Council heard more complaints from a citizen concerned about the way recyclable materials are handled within the town’s limits.
The concerned citizen, who also brought the matter to the council in December, told the council she came back since the problem had not been taken care of “because she cared” about the town and the appearance the town projected.
Magnolia council hears more recycling complaints
January 7th, 2011 — Magnolia Springs
Baldwin residents making a New Year’s cleaning resolution will get a late holiday gift from the county when the Magnolia Landfill and Bay Minette Transfer Station drop disposal fees for the day Saturday.
Baldwin Clean Sweep to cut landfill fees Saturday
August 6th, 2009 — Magnolia Springs
A sentinel chicken from the Magnolia Springs area of Baldwin County has tested positive for West Nile Virus, according to officials with the Baldwin County Health Department.
In June, a sentinel chicken in the Orange Beach area tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis. In July, another chicken from the Lillian area of Baldwin County tested positive for EEE.
Ongoing public health surveillance has detected no mosquito-borne virus activity in humans so far this year in Mobile or Baldwin County, health officials said today.
Baldwin County chicken tests positive for West Nile Virus
April 3rd, 2009 — Magnolia Springs
Walkers, joggers and competitive runners will all meet this Saturday for the 6th annual Magnolia Run in Magnolia Springs. Sponsored by Hotel Magnolia, the race is a 5k Run/Walk and a 1 mile fun run. All proceeds go to the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce.“This is a great event,” Chamber of Commerce Communications Director LaDonna Hinesley said.” “The run goes down Oak Street which is beautiful. Things are in full bloom and the streets are blocked off so its just really enjoyable.”
Hotel Magnolia run set for Saturday
February 14th, 2009 — Magnolia Springs
A case of two men accused of beating, robbing and killing a Magnolia Springs man in December will be heard by a grand jury.
In a preliminary hearing Thursday, Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Donnie Payne described what state prosecutors called a “brutal” crime.
Cortez LeVance Porter, 19, of Foley and Floyd Cardale Casey, 18, of Magnolia Springs are charged with killing Edward Wayne McCrory on Dec. 20, during a robbery
Baldwin County slaying case to go before grand jury
February 10th, 2009 — Foley, Magnolia Springs, Schools
Foley Elementary School and Magnolia School recently received monetary awards totaling more than $44,000 from the State Department of Education for outstanding academic achievement in 2007-2008. Both schools will also receive certificates from the Governor’s office and from the State Department of Education.
BALDWIN SCHOOLS AWARDED ALMOST $45,000
January 22nd, 2009 — Magnolia Springs
U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby R-Ala., a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded $60,000 to Magnolia Springs Volunteer Fire Department. The funding is provided through the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program.
Magnolia Springs Volunteer Fire Department awarded $60K
December 23rd, 2008 — Magnolia Springs
A property owner checking on a tenant found the man dead around noon Monday in what authorities said appears to be a homicide in the victim’s mobile home off Baldwin County 49.
Officials have not confirmed how Edward Wayne McCrory, 52, died, Baldwin County Sheriff Huey “Hoss” Mack Jr. said at the scene.
“There was obviously trauma to Mr. McCrory’s body,” Mack said. “We won’t know the full extent of his injuries until an autopsy. Right now, we are treating this as a possible homicide.”
Magnolia Springs death suspected homicide
December 22nd, 2008 — Crime, Magnolia Springs
News 5 has learned that the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is working a possible homicide in Bon Secour, about 5 miles from Magnolia Springs. Sheriff Huey “Hoss” Mack was at the scene Monday afternoon. The sheriff’s office says the victim is 52 year old Edward Wayne McCrory. He was found dead inside his mobile home on County Road 49. The sheriff’s office says he had ” an injury to his body.” An autopsy will be performed on Tuesday.
McCrory was last seen on Saturday. The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone will information to give investigators a call at 937.0202.
News 5 will have more on this story on our 5:00 and 6:00 newscasts.
Man Found Dead In His Bon Secour Mobile Home