The third vice president of the United States met his match in Alabama near the Tombigbee River.
Step back into a 1927 summer on the Fairhope Pier.
The I-10 Mobile River Bridge Project is uncovering historical artifacts around the Bay Area, including the remnants of the Down the Bay neighborhood.
The only British-born monarch of Mobile’s Mardi Gras was Arthur Shirley Benn. The year was 1896, but he served under the name of “Emperor of Joy” rather than King Felix.
In honor of our first-ever history-themed issue, MB asked Mobile Bay-area historians and researchers to share unusual, amazing or almost-forgotten stories that make up our rich history.
From the early 1800s until the 1906 hurricane, an idyllic village of bar pilots and their families flourished on Fort Morgan peninsula.
Summer is here and these seven boutique hotels within driving distance are calling your name.
The auspicious rise and spectacular fall of the innovative 1950s resort on the Blakeley River.
In the history of local banks, there is a remarkable number of them that arrived with great fanfare and vanished within a short period. Others, which had been around for decades, shocked the community when they failed.
Dive into the history of Mobile's Crystal Pool with this 1930s photograph