Mayor Sandy Stimpson and his team seek to continue the momentum toward becoming America’s safest, most business and family-friendly city by 2020.

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AL Bicentennial Celebration kicks off Friday in Mobile

The public is invited to come out and commemorate Alabama’s 200th birthday celebration Friday, May 5. Alabama 200, a three-year celebration of the state, will launch in the historic heart of Mobile, the state’s oldest city. On Wednesday, Gov. Kay Ivey announced that she will help the city of Mobile raise the first flag for

Alabama’s ‘Big 5’ mayors meet with lawmakers

The mayors of Alabama’s five largest cities, Birmingham, Mobile, Huntsville, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa, met Thursday in Montgomery. They’re working to push forward their priorities in the legislature. The “Big 5” mayors meet every 3 months to discuss issues they can work on together. Their meeting was intentionally scheduled to be in the capital city so

Mobile’s mayor throws weight behind call to raise ‘canopy of prayer’

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson has thrown the weight of his office behind a public prayer event that asks people to help cast a “canopy of prayer” over the city on April 29, and says the election-year timing of the call to God is purely coincidental. Stimpson also dismissed the argument, raised by one national interest

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