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  • behavior near C-Spire nets arrest
    Three unrelated incidents overnight Monday (Dec. 11-12) resulted in two high-speed chases and two arrests by the New Albany Police Department (NAPD). The first incident began at around 9 PM Monday evening, when somebody reported having seen someone in or near the press box at Kitchens Field, the New Albany High School football stadium. A police officer dispatched to the [Continue Reading]
  • A collision in New Albany between a pickup truck and a semi-trailer truck early Sunday evening caused serious injuries to the pickup driver. The crash on Highway 30 near its intersection with Martintown Road occurred at about 6:00 pm. According to reports from official sources, the driver of the tractor-trailer truck was apparently attempting a U-turn on the highway. The [Continue Reading]
  • Highway 30 wreck
    UPDATED 5:55 PM: NAnewsweb.com has been informed by officials that, at this time, one lane of Highway 30 is open to traffic at the scene of the accident. Both east bound and west bound traffic are moving by alternating use of the open lane.    Original Post: As of 4:20 pm Saturday, Dec. 9, a semi-trailer truck has overturned and is blocking both lanes of Highway 30 [Continue Reading]
  • Tanglefoot Trail Arch
    The qualifications of a strategic planner and locating public restrooms downtown were among the matters discussed at the City Board December 5 meeting. First Ward Alderwoman Amy Livingston moved to create a “request for qualifications” for a “strategic planner” (city planner) for the city. Alderman-at-Large Keith Conlee seconded the motion. Second [Continue Reading]
  • Serving our troops deployed overseas.
    Rep. Trent Kelly visitsdeployed troops, 11-19-17. During this holiday season, I ask you to join me in remembering the military men and women at home and abroad who work every day to preserve our freedoms. It is through their service and sacrifice that we lead peaceful lives during these uncertain times around the world. As a member of the Mississippi Army National Guard [Continue Reading]
  • “Citizens living in rural areas should have the same utility services as people living in downtown Jackson.”          — MS Public Service Chairman, Brandon Presley”   Jackson, Mississippi – On December 5th, the Mississippi Public Service Commission gave a green light to a natural gas expansion plan by Atmos Energy to extend natural gas [Continue Reading]

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