October 4, 2021

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R) will host satellite office hours in Orange Beach on Tuesday, October 5th. The purpose of this temporary location is to provide accessibility to constituents who might not live near one of Tuberville’s state offices.

Tuberville’s state staff will be present to answer questions and help with federal agencies. Local constituents can visit with Tuberville’s...

October 1, 2021
Orange Beach Senior Center October 2021 Newsletter and Calendar

Shoreline News - Life Enriching Activities for the Adult 50 & Over

Dear Friends, 

Happy Fall!! We have all been through so much these past 2 years and the world has changed a lot - some things for the better and some not so much.  One thing we have all learned is to adapt to changes and adjust to the new.  With that said, I would like to tell you all...

September 30, 2021
NOAA Announces Reopening of the 2021 Federal Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper Recreational For-Hire Season


  • The 2021 Gulf of Mexico (Gulf) red snapper fishing season in federal waters for vessels with federal for-hire (charter/headboat) reef fish permits was 63 days (opened June 1, 2021 and closed August 3, 2021).
  • Based on updated landings data, NOAA Fisheries determined that the red snapper recreational for-hire sector’s annual catch target was...
September 24, 2021
Four new Orange Beach police officers sworn in

Four new Orange Beach police officers were sworn in by Municipal Judge Julian B. "Buddy" Brackin during the City Council meeting on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. 

The new officers were introduced by Police Chief Steve Brown. 

“It’s my honor and privilege to lead this department and in saying that it’s very important that we bring on board those who are going to replace me and...

September 24, 2021
Christopher Callaghan sworn in as new Orange Beach Municipal Judge

During the Orange Beach City Council meeting on September 21, 2021, new Orange Beach Municipal Judge Christopher Callaghan was sworn in by current Municipal Judge Julian B. "Buddy" Brackin, who will be retiring this year after 31 years of service to the city.

Callaghan was appointed the third-ever municipal judge at the September 7th council meeting. The term is for two years and then...