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Reed’s Market in late stages of renovation, to open soon

May 24, 2017 // 0 Comments

Building renovation and equipment installation in moving forward on the large retail space on the south side of the 200 block of West Bankhead St. One of the contractors at the building in New Albany told that a large grocery store, Reed’s Market, is expected to be open  for business by July 4th. [Continue Reading]

Candidates in contested New Albany city election speak

May 24, 2017 // 0 Comments

About 30 New Albany voters attended the political speaking event Tuesday night at the courthouse, but those present listened intently as the candidates in the New Albany city election spoke and answered questions. Less than two weeks remain until the June 6 general New Albany city election, which will decide New [Continue Reading]

New Albany Cracker Barrel has invitation-only “soft opening”

May 19, 2017 // 1 Comment

The new Cracker Barrel restaurant on Coulter Drive will open to the public, Monday, May 22. The restaurant had a “soft opening” Friday to which a variety of public officials, business people and others were invited. Food at the Friday “soft opening” was free to those attending. A Cracker Barrel [Continue Reading]

New Albany Freedom Fest Weekend brings new Attractions, Events

May 19, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Another big event and some new activities have been added to Freedom Fest Weekend, June 23-24 in New Albany. Duck Dynasty’s Justin Martin Justin Martin The Magnolia Civic Center has booked Duck Dynasty’s Justin Martin for a talk at the Cine Theater at 4pm on the afternoon of Saturday, June 24. Justin, an [Continue Reading]

NAFD stresses safety guidelines for 911 address identification

May 18, 2017 // 1 Comment

In the upcoming months, you will be seeing some information that I feel needs to be brought to the attention of the citizens of our City and County for the safety of those we protect.  I feel the best way to do this is by educating the public on why we do what we do, why we request what we request, and how we run the [Continue Reading]

NAHS Seniors walk NAES halls to reminisce and inspire

May 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

On Wednesday, May 10, New Albany High School seniors donned their caps and gowns to make a seniors walk through New Albany Elementary School where most started their school experience. This was a time for NAES teachers, staff, and students to celebrate the seniors and their accomplishments, as well as a time to remind [Continue Reading]

Annual New Haven Center fish fry enjoyed by many supporters

May 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

Sunny skies and temperatures in the low 80s prevailed for the annual New Haven Center Fish Fry, Wednesday, May 17th. About 200 people attended the noon time event on Garfield Street, which was held under a tent and a permanent shelter directly across the street from the New Haven campus. New Haven Center is a local [Continue Reading]

Union County Board of Supervisors’ May 15 meeting

May 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Union County Board of Supervisors’ May 15 meeting worked its way through a 19-item agenda in just 35 minutes Monday morning. The speed is the more impressive when considering that three non-agenda items also came before the board, and that one of those consumed 15 of the 35 minutes. Although he was not on [Continue Reading]
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