An aerial shot of the early 19th-century fort on Dauphin Island is rich with detail, color and history.
Take a closer look at this 1920 photograph of the christening of the S.S. Mobile City in Chickasaw.
An airtight coffin is the ominous symbol of a city paralyzed by a fearsome disease.
An 18th-century maritime mishap provoked a tense Franco-Spanish standoff over who controlled Mobile Bay.
Local historian Tom McGehee gives the full story behind the explosion that took place at Mobile Electric Lighting Company in February 1919.
The closure of Brookley Army Air Field 52 years ago this month took a devastating toll on Mobile’s economy. It would be decades before aerospace engineering returned to the airfield by the Bay.
A photo on Dauphin Island in the late 1950s offers insight into surfing and beachwear.
Historian John Sledge recounts the Vine and Olive colonists’ perilous Mobile Bay landfall.
Washington Square is one of Mobile's most beloved parks and is surrounded by some of the finest examples of 19th-century architecture.
A fragment of pottery breaks open the pivotal role the Mobile area played in ancient cultures.