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Located at the mouth of the Mobile River on the Gulf Coast, the city has been under French, English and Spanish control before finally being included in the US in 1813. The city expanded rapidly during the war years as ship building drew thousands to the port town. Mobile proudly boosts 5 of its sons as members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Only New York and Chicago have more.

Population: 198915
Local Newspapers: Mobile Press-Register
Local Sports Teams: Mobile BayBears (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of South Alabama

Zip Codes associated with mobile, alabama: 36521 36525 36526 36541 36571 36572 36575 36582 36587 36603 36604 36605 36606 36607 36608 36609 36610 36611 36612 36613 36617 36618 36619 36693 36695
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Mobile News
Steelmaker moving HQ from Chicago-area to Alabama city

News outlets report that SSAB Americas has announced the relocation from Lisle, Illinois, to Mobile, Alabama will unfold over the course of next year. The company has operated a mill north of Mobile in Axis since 2001.

Salvage World to open first store in Alabama

A local investor paid $200,000 for a 7,000-square-foot vacant industrial building on three acres at 8520 Bellingrath Road and plans to use it for a future business venture, according to Pete Riehm of NAI Mobile who handled the transaction. Crossfit has leased a 5,000-square-foot space for a gym at 6161 Rangeline Road in Mobile, and plans to open in early spring of 2018, according to Angie McArthur of Stirling Properties, who represented Crossfit.

$1.5M in Mobile city and county tax dollars to be given to SSAB

Both the city of Mobile and Mobile County are set to pay steel plate manufacturer SSAB a total of $1.5 million in public dollars over the next three years, according to County Commissioner Jerry Carl. The county will pay $750,000 total in yearly installments of $250,000, Carl said, and the city is set to pay the same match.

Enders expects new alliances in response to CSeries deal

Airbus chief executive Tom Enders predicts the next few months could be "rough and tough" as Boeing responds to the European airframer's acquisition of the Bombardier CSeries programme. In remarks to Montreal's Chamber of Commerce on 20 October, Enders also justified Airbus' proactive approach to competitive strategy in a perhaps thinly-veiled poke at his American competitor.

Mobile PD: 2 teens arrested for shooting at children at recreation center

Mobile arrested two teens for allegedly shooting at children at a recreation center and another teen for choking a student. Morgan Peters and Desmond Nelson, both 18, are facing multiple charges after a shooting occurred at the Harmon Recreation Center at 1611 Belfast St. on Wednesday.

Pre-Halloween wrestling event in Semmes has a funeral director's touch

Wrestling performer "Doink" poses with the Kenmar family at Kenmar Family Funeral Home LLC in Mobile, Ala. The funeral home is donating a casket for an Alabama Wrestling Federation event on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, at the Semmes Community Center.

The N-word alone is no reason to ban 'To Kill a Mockingbird' or any other book

It's easy to make the usual criticisms against the latest, clueless school district removing the novel To Kill a Mockingbird from its curriculum - but this time, let's dig deeper. School officials in Biloxi, Miss., explained that language in the book - presumably the "N-word" used as it would have been in Mockingbird 's 1930s-era Alabama - "makes people uncomfortable."

Mobile teen convicted of shooting woman in attempted carjacking sentenced to 25 years

Michael Williams, 17, has been sentenced to 25 years for a shooting that took place at a red light in June 2015. A Mobile teen who was convicted of shooting a woman in the face at a stoplight in 2015 has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.

Mobile Police mourn officer who died in off-duty traffic accident

Mobile Police mourn the loss of Sgt. Jeremy Franks, who passed away in a one-vehicle accident on Tanner Williams Road in the early hours of October 19, 2017.( Mobile County Police Chief Lawrence Battiste addressed the public on Thursday afternoon to speak about the legacy of a treasured officer within his department, Sergeant Jeremy Franks.

SSAB moving U.S. headquarters to Mobile

SSAB Americas, which operates a 600-worker steel manufacturing plant in Axis, announced Thursday it will relocate the headquarters of American operations to Mobile from its current office in suburban Chicago. The move will bring about 60 administrative-level jobs to the Mobile area, according to Chuck Schmitt, president of SSAB Americas.

Here's the Canadian jet Boeing is fighting to keep out of America

On Monday, Airbus announced that it has acquired a 50.01% stake in Bombardier's next-generation C Series airliner program. Mechanisms within this week's deal will see Airbus taking complete ownership of the C Series program in less than five years.

Doug Jones talks 'kitchen table' issues and tax reform at Mobile rally

Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, talks with supporters during a campaign rally on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, outside a rural Mobile, Ala., home along Dog River. . Doug Jones, the Democratic challenger during the Dec. 12 general election for the U.S. Senate in Alabama, would likely be one of them.

ANALYSIS: Airbus-CSeries deal raises new Bombardier questions

Bombardier's deal to grant Airbus majority ownership of CSeries throws a needed lifeline to a flagship aircraft that observers widely complement for efficiency, technological advances and relatively smooth entry-into-service. But the deal's fine print highlights Bombardier's challenges, and raises the possibility Bombardier might eventually sell all of CSeries to Airbus.

Mobile man charged with killing motorist while under the influence enters blind plea

A Mobile man who was charged with a 2015 traffic fatality while he was alleged to be under the influence has entered a blind plea, the Mobile District Attorney's office says. Willie McMillian, 54, was alleged to be under the influence when a vehicle he was operating was involved in a three-car collision in June 2015.

US-Canada trade tensions grow, complicating Bombardier's jetliner exports

Do you look closely at every headline to see if there's a verified, trustworthy source behind it? Do you raise an eyebrow at everything you hear in the news and ask, " Really? Where'd that come from? " We hear daily about how information can be manipulated to change our minds or get our vote or maybe just dominate our increasingly valuable attention . So as individuals , it's important to verify that the information we consume is factual and reliable .

Quebec Touts Airbus Sales Power, Jobs Saved in C Series Deal

Airbus SE was the best option to save jobs in Quebec and ensure the industry's future in the Canadian province, Economy Minister Dominique Anglade said. The entry of the European plane maker brings in a "selling firepower" that Bombardier doesn't have, opening up markets for the jetliner from Europe to Asia to Africa, the provincial minister said.

Airbus Lands in Alabama

Natives of Mobile, Alabama, can tell you the town's old slogan: "A City of Perpetual Potential." In the latter decades of the 20th century, the words sometimes seemed to carry a ring of disappointment.

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