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City Board 7-3-18: New city sign ordinance approved

July 5, 2018 // 0 Comments

After working on it for most of a year, the New Albany Board of Aldermen approved a new sign ordinance at the City Board 7-3-18 meeting. First Ward Alderwoman Amy Livingston declared during the first board meeting after her election that she would be working to change the city’s sign ordinance. A working group [Continue Reading]

Victory Belles perform, more 2018 Freedom Fest entertainment today

June 30, 2018 // 0 Comments

U.S. military veterans and their families were honored during a New Albany Freedom celebration entertainment event Friday evening at the First United Methodist Church. The Victory Belles in their performance June 29th, at the First United Methodist Church. The Victory Belles, a female singing trio representing the [Continue Reading]

Three vehicles damaged in downtown New Albany accident

June 29, 2018 // 0 Comments

The driver of a large pickup truck struck a parked pickup and a minivan on downtown New Albany’s Bankhead St. Friday afternoon, damaging all three vehicles. This pickup truck and one other vehicle were struck while parked in downtown New Albany. Eyewitnesses said the pickup was traveling east at a brisk speed [Continue Reading]

Democratic U. S. Senate runoff election Tuesday, June 26th

June 23, 2018 // 0 Comments

Although Union County voters have seen little campaigning, the runoff election for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate will be Tuesday, June 26th. The runoff is between David Baria of Bay St. Louis and Howard Sherman, recently of Meridian. David Baria, Democratic candidate for US Senate. In the first [Continue Reading]

City Board 6-14-18: Insurance decision made by making no decision?

June 20, 2018 // 0 Comments

One month after receiving three proposals for health insurance for city workers, the New Albany Board of Aldermen has made a decision– without voting on a decision. A public beginning for the city insurance decision The insurance decision saga more or less started at a special meeting of the Aldermen on May 15. [Continue Reading]
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