Baldwin County, home to the Alabama Gulf Coast beaches, continues to grow in jobs, population and visitors
The individuals who help shape the communities of Baldwin County, including Lee Lawson, CEO of Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance.
Bradley Byrne, former U.S. Congressman for the First District and former chancellor of the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education, has been chosen as president and CEO of the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce
Beaches, trails and shopping all provide a scenic atmosphere for Alabama's Gulf Coast
Community colleges and branch campuses of universities offer a number of opportunities for students to earn certificates or degrees
New schools, renovations to parks and other greenspaces abound throughout Baldwin County, including the new Orange Beach Middle/High School.
The facility, in Baldwin County, will utilize the latest in technological surgical equipment and be staffed with surgical specialists.
Thomas Hospital and several other hospital systems in Baldwin County provide services to residents and visitors alike.
From tourism to aerospace, Baldwin County has a diverse economy. Pictured is a rendering of Owa's new Tropic Falls, a water-theme attraction in Foley.
Spring Hill College in Mobile has added a two-year, online master’s in public health program