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After a long delay, the Agape Clinic in the Historic Northside Neighborhood will open the doors to the public at 10 a.m., this Saturday morning, March 2.
A New Albany man indicted by a Union County grand jury for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a minor will soon have his day in court.
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County unveiled plans Tuesday for an expansion that will triple the size of its current emergency department facilities.
Area schools were put on high alert Monday morning following reports of a possible school shooting, law enforcement and school officials said Monday.
A train collision with a vehicle left a Myrtle High School student injured early Tuesday morning, just yards from the school.
The New Albany Gazette is offering each person who qualifies to run in the upcoming municipal elections the chance to introduce themselves to the voters.
Scams are everywhere and can happen to anyone at any time, according to Chris Robertson, police officer with the New Albany Police Department.
The New Albany Board of Aldermen voted last week to seek federal funding in order to improve walking and biking paths around the city schools in order to decrease traffic and offer better transportation alternatives.
Two days into the second half of the school year, students in Tatum Nowlin’s fifth grade class at New Albany Elementary School already know how to work and maneuver the new classroom technology.
After 34 years of public service, New Albany’s police chief said Wednesday he’s not likely to run for re-election.
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