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City Board August 2018: TempesT over Tree SpoTs

August 9, 2018 // 0 Comments

The TempesT over Tree spoTs, sTarTed in April, will conTinue Tossing Talks aT New Albany Town Board meeTings ‘Til winTer Takes iTs Turn afTer auTumn. Ward Two Alderman Johnny Anderson moved at the Tuesday, August 7, meeting of the Board of Aldermen to remove the oak trees planted in April along Park Plaza Drive [Continue Reading]

City Board 6-5-18: Aldermen hold hearing on sign ordinance

June 7, 2018 // 0 Comments

The New Albany Board of Aldermen held a public hearing June 5th on its proposed new sign ordinance. The hearing was the first item on the agenda during the regular  City Board 6-5-18 meeting Tuesday evening at city hall. Sign Ordinance public hearing comments Work on a new ordinance to replace the problematic sign [Continue Reading]

New Albany Walgreens burglarized in early morning hours

March 17, 2018 // 0 Comments

Burglars broke into the Walgreens store at the intersection of I-22 and Highway 30 early Saturday morning. New Albany Police Chief, Chris Robertson, said his department got the call at 3:45 a.m, Saturday morning, March 17. The alarm was initiated by the store’s security system. Officers arrived within minutes [Continue Reading]

Man arrested in January hit-and-run on Martintown Rd.

March 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

An arrest has been made in the January 11, 2018, hit-and-run case that left a woman badly injured on Martintown Road. New Albany police have arrested and charged Kalvin D. Foster, age 38, of 1040 County Road 92, New Albany. A felony charge of leaving the scene of an accident has been made against Foster. He was held [Continue Reading]

Reward now $5000 minimum in New Albany hit-and-run incident

January 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

The reward has been increased to at least $5,000 for information about the hit-and-run incident that critically injured a pedestrian last week in New Albany. New Albany Police Chief Chris Robertson and Mayor Tim Kent announced Monday afternoon that the city government will assure that the reward amounts to a minimum [Continue Reading]

New Albany City Board Nov. 7, the rest of the story

November 10, 2017 // 0 Comments

Although the debate about kratom dominated the meeting, the New Albany Board of Aldermen did conduct other business at its Nov. 7, meeting. [See link below to the nanewsweb.com story posted earlier about the kratom arguments.] In a city board meeting earlier this year, First Ward Alderman Amy Livingston volunteered to [Continue Reading]

Telephone scams: What to do if “it sounds too good to be true”

September 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

New Albany’s TV99 has produced an excellent program on avoiding and reporting telephone scams. On Local Talk,  Bill Gault interviews two knowledgeable guests on the subject of avoiding and reporting scams. North District Public Service Commissioner, Brandon Presley, and New Albany, MS Chief of Police, Chris [Continue Reading]
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