MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - City leaders and concerned citizens met Tuesday, October 8 at Riverside Baptist Church to discuss the future of the Dauphin Island Parkway.
A South DIP Peninsula Plan was unveiled by three area community action groups and two additional neighborhood groups who are looking to revitalize a five mile stretch of neighborhoods and businesses.
Mayor-elect Sandy Stimpson, District 3 Councilman C.J Small, and District Three County Commissioner Jerry Carl attended the event to listen to concerns and proposals.
Guest speakers included organizer Debi Foster and Josephine Piscioneri.
Organizer said the area has much potential and many untapped natural resources for visitors.
Mayor-elect Stimpson and Councilman Small said they have plans to revive the community, especially with Airbus setting up shop nearby.
W.C. Helveston was credited with furthering the Pay As You Go Program and helping finance the Child Advocacy Center.
The Mobile County Sheriffs Office is wrapping up an undercover investigation aimed at cracking down on local scrap metal businesses.
Students at Davidson High School are dedicating their annual Christmas Concert Monday, December 9 to their late band director Tony Pike.
Look for a big drop in our temperatures for Tuesday.
The Democratic leader in the Alabama House is calling for the Legislature to use its election-year session to approve a state lottery.
Shaun Cassidy was slapped with a $1,155,00 bond Monday afternoon. He was arrested Friday night on multiple charges of sodomy and enticing a child.