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The New Albany Board of Aldermen has taken the first step toward development of a public swimming pool to serve our community.
The level of academic excellence that can be achieved in our New Albany Schools has been demonstrated for the second consecutive year.
New Albany reaches a new milestone next week as movers and shakers in business and development from all over the state converge on our city for a two-day conference.
New Albany Elementary School has more than 1,300 students, faculty and staff at the school every school day, but does not have a city police officer at the school.
The New Albany School District again is demonstrating its drive for continuous improvement by successfully competing for a federally financed grant to help students who are struggling academically.
The construction of a new emergency room complex on the backside of Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County is bringing to the fore a significant problem: traffic flow.
The Tallahatchie RiverFest festival will get under way again this year with a Kickoff Community Luncheon on Friday, Sept. 20.
For us, fall comes early in New Albany. It comes with the first high school football game of the season.
The United Way has kicked off its 2013 campaign across the seven counties, including Union, that are part of the United Way of Northeast Mississippi.
Today’s groundbreaking at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County symbolizes the growth of our area and the increased demand for urgent health care.
New Albany has gotten a good lesson in what can happen when the community “dreams big.”
When it’s time for children to go back to school, it’s also time for one of the largest children’s health fairs in Mississippi.
School starts next Monday in both the New Albany and Union County schools and it’s time for all of us to slow down and start paying closer attention to our driving.
The New Albany Board of Aldermen has gotten the cart before the horse in hiring a $50,000 director of marketing for the city.
Most Mississippi public school children this school year are to be taught using similar core standards as those in other states.
Monday’s announcement that $1 million will be flowing from the education endowment fund created by Toyota to school districts in Union, Lee and Pontotoc counties is welcome news.
A tentative grand opening date of Aug. 17 has been set for the Tanglefoot Trail, the nearly 45-mile long walking and bike trail that begins in New Albany and ends in Houston.
For three years in this space we’ve been suggesting that New Albany conduct a feasibility study on the cost and benefits of a public swimming pool.
Parents of college students in Mississippi will feel more pinch this fall as the state’s universities increase in-state tuition by an average of more than 6 percent.
The Union County Fair and Livestock Show, which bills itself as “the best little county fair in Mississippi, kicks off its 72nd anniversary year Friday at the fairgrounds.
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