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Located at the mouth of the Mobile River on the Gulf Coast, the city has been under French, English and Spanish control before finally being included in the US in 1813. The city expanded rapidly during the war years as ship building drew thousands to the port town. Mobile proudly boosts 5 of its sons as members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Only New York and Chicago have more.

Population: 198915
Local Newspapers: Mobile Press-Register
Local Sports Teams: Mobile BayBears (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of South Alabama

Zip Codes associated with mobile, alabama: 36521 36525 36526 36541 36571 36572 36575 36582 36587 36603 36604 36605 36606 36607 36608 36609 36610 36611 36612 36613 36617 36618 36619 36693 36695
Towns/Cities near mobile, alabama : Spanish Fort Prichard Chickasaw Tillmans Corner Theodore Saraland Satsuma Loxely Dauphi Acres Whistler

Mobile News
Elementary student in Mobile caught with BB gun on school grounds

The Mobile Police Department reported that an elementary student brought a plastic BB gun on school grounds on Wednesday morning. Police said that at approximately 9:45 a.m. officers were dispatched to Gilliard Elementary School located at 2757 Dauphin Island Parkway in reference to a student bringing a pistol to school.

Crawfish emancipation for Mobile? State Rep. Margie Wilcox cooking up bill

Corky Sullivan of LoDa Biergarten, left, serves crawfish and sides during the fifth annual Duel on Dauphin, a competitive crawfish extravaganza presented by a number of downtown businesses and the Bay Area Food Bank on May 25, 2013, in Mobile, Ala. Is state legislation the answer to Mobile's crawfish conundrum? State Rep. Margie Wilcox thinks so and is planning to submit bills that would exempt sidewalk crawfish boils - and possibly other traditional events - from health department oversight.

Looking for a fresh masterpiece of Southern fiction? Try 'Eveningland'

It's always tempting to roll your eyes when you hear about yet another collection of short stories by a Southern writer, thinking, as the late Gore Vidal did, that it'll be just one more stitch in a rather boring "quilting bee." Vidal, of course, was wrong.

Walmart distribution center permits OK'd, 'truly significant' project set for groundbreaking

A Walmart distribution center, expected to bring 550 new jobs to Mobile County, is set to be under construction after the land disturbance and building permits were approved earlier this month. A Walmart distribution center, expected to add more than 500 jobs in coastal Alabama, is set to be under construction soon after county officials approved building and land disturbance permits to move the project forward.

What you get for $899,000 in Mobile, Mountain Brook and Huntsville

Three large family homes in three different Alabama cities for around $899,000. Here's a look at what you can buy for between $895,000 and $899,950 in Mobile, Mountain Brook and Huntsville.

Two people robbed in the parking lot of a McDonald's; Mobile crime report

The Mobile Police Department is investigating two separate robberies in the parking lot of two McDonald's parking lots in their Tuesday crime report. Police said that at approximately 10:03 a.m. officers were dispatched to McDonald's located at 5424 Highway 90 for a robbery to an individual.

Cool Spaces: Paradise found in a garden near downtown Mobile

Every morning, Vaughan Drinkard sits in the swing in his formal British garden. During his prayer time, he quietly gives thanks to God for the beauty surrounding him as the sun comes up in the garden he painstakingly built on his family's property near downtown Mobile.

Cool Spaces: Paradise found in a garden near downtown Mobile

Every morning, Vaughan Drinkard sits in the swing in his formal British garden, where he quietly gives thanks to God for the beauty surrounding him as the sun comes up. And then, he opens the garden gate along Government Street near downtown Mobile so that others can enjoy walking along the paths, sitting for a few moments and listening to the sound of the fountain, or standing on the bridge watching the koi swim.

U.S. Navy picks Austal for littoral combat ship services

Austal USA received a $36.6 million contract modification to provide core class services and studies for the U.S. Navy's littoral combat ships. The company's services will include engineering assessment, production tasks, and conducting special studies to evaluate the costs of how the vessels are utilized.

Top 15 Worst Cities for Termites

These U.S. cities are hot spots for termite infestations and it's critical that FMs focus on fumigation efforts to exterminate pests completely Yesterday marked the official first day of spring, and with the rise of warmer temperatures also bring increases in termite activity. Termite infestations cost more than $5 billion in property damages in the U.S. each year and can cause irreversible destruction to construction and retrofits alike.

Mobile council approves new police chief, public safety director

The Mobile City Council met at Holloway Elementary School on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. From left are John Williams, C.J. Small, Bess Rich, Gina Gregory, Fred Richardson, Joel Daves and Levon Manzie.

Proposed budget derails Amtrak in Alabama, but advocates urge calm

MOBILE, Ala. - Under President Donald Trump's budget blueprint called "America First," 23 of 46 states that Amtrak serves - including Alabama - would be cut off from the company's long-distance routes.

Woman charged with killing man at Mobile, Alabama, motel

News outlets report 24-year-old Coaty Bankston was arrested Monday, a day after 36-year-old Robert Williams was shot and killed at an Extend A Suites motel in Mobile. Mobile Police spokeswoman Charlette Solis says there was reportedly an argument in a second-floor room of the motel before gunshots were heard.

Woman Charged With Killing Man at Mobile, Alabama, Motel

News outlets report 24-year-old Coaty Bankston was arrested Monday, a day after 36-year-old Robert Williams was shot and killed at an Extend A Suites motel in Mobile. Mobile Police spokeswoman Charlette Solis says there was reportedly an argument in a second-floor room of the motel before gunshots were heard.

Bomb threat reported at a high school in Mobile, Group robbed while repairing a car;...

The Mobile Police Department is investigating a bomb threat at a local high school and a group of men were robbed while making car repairs on Monday in the overnight crime report. Police reported that at approximately 11:41 a.m., they received a phone call where someone stated there was a bomb inside Williamson High School.

Suspect arrested in the 2014 homicide of Ke'lei Morris

The Mobile Police Department took 33-year-old Steve Mason into custody on Monday night, according to Mobile County jail records. Morris, was found outside the Arlington Park Apartments located on Grelot Road around 11:30 p.m. on February 2, 2015, suffering from injuries sustained from a shooting.

Pest service ranks Mobile No. 1 in nation ... for termites

Turn out the lights, shutter the windows, bar the doors and try, as much as possible, to separate your house from contact with the planet: Terminix has ranked Mobile No. 1 on a new list of termite-troubled cities .

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