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Ron and Yvonne Scaglione turn a $2.5 million beach unit into a $4.5 million Old World showcase, with lavish furnishings and intricate gold-leaf detail Sunday, May 04, 2008 By KATHY JUMPERReal Estate Editor Ron and Yvonne Scaglione, who buy, renovate and sell high-end properties, have just complet...
GULF SHORESSunday, May 04, 2008 By KATHY JUMPER Real Estate Editor GULF SHORES, Ala. A driving rainstorm didn't stop bidders from buying 44 condominium units for more than $13 million at an absolute auction that attracted more than 1,000 people to the Crystal Tower condo complex Saturday afternoo...
Coastal insurance bill killed in senateMidfield senator blocks coastal insurance proposal Friday, May 02, 2008 By BRIAN LYMANCapital Bureau MONTGOMERY The state Senate killed a bill Thursday that supporters said would help address a coastal insurance crisis in Alabama by expanding the beach pool,...
$10 million to go to new projects; remainder represents refinancing of old debt Wednesday, April 30, 2008 By RYAN DEZEMBERStaff Reporter GULF SHORES Aiming to pay for a list of projects that includes the city's new tennis center at Johnnie Sims park, a new fire station and storm shelter near Jack...
County's credit rating improvesTop agencies reclassify Baldwin in time for $24.6 million bond issue Sunday, April 27, 2008 By RYAN DEZEMBERStaff Reporter Baldwin County's credit rating, which dictates how much taxpayers shell out to borrow money for large projects, was boosted this month by the n...
Pleasure Island events plannedSunday, April 27, 2008 Submitted by Kimberly Shumack Pleasure Island's population swells every weekend as the promise of fun-filled summer afternoons at the beach draws near. However, one weekend outside the traditional summer season is said by organizers to offer mo...
The Hangout harks back to pre-condo days at GulfSunday, April 27, 2008 By KATHY JUMPERReal Estate Editor Developer Shaul Zislin wanted to bring back the beach the one before condominiums lined the Gulf, when one-piece swimsuits were sexy, the only beer served was root beer, burgers were 25 cents,...
Grand opening day approaches for The HangoutRestaurant at public beach to open May 2 Monday, April 21, 2008 By RYAN DEZEMBERStaff Reporter GULF SHORES -- A year ago the privately owned land at the city's public beach, called Gulf Place, was a vacant plot cordoned by a chain-link fence -- looking ...
Turquoise Place benefits being renegotiatedKeen on fire station being built, officials propose dropping other public amenities Friday, March 28, 2008 By RYAN DEZEMBERStaff Reporter ORANGE BEACH -- City officials are negotiating with Turquoise Place developer Larry Wireman to restructure the packa...
Gulf resorts post record for lodgingsBy Garry MitchellThe Associated PressĀ GULF SHORES -- Alabama beach resorts posted record visitor spending on lodgings last year, bouncing back three years after Hurricane Ivan left widespread wreckage on the coast. Tourism officials hope high gas prices and a ...

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