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We are cheered this week by two pieces of good economic news about our local economy.
This year the Union County School Board has voted to request a 4 percent increase in ad valorem taxes for the 2011-2012 school year.
Our local Farmer’s Market is in full swing. The only thing needed is more customers.
The New Albany Boys and Girls Club has asked for increased government support for its budget.
Tupelo’s recent designation as a winner of one of the 10 All-America Cities awards for this year is a marketing and public relations bonanza.
We understand homeowners’ concerns about the Blue Springs plan to more than double the size of the village, both in area and population, through annexation.
Financial problems are threatening to turn New Albany’s Freedom Celebration concert weekend into a shadow of its former self.
Our community is undergoing a spate of vandalism that is beyond typical summertime pranks.
Roger McMillin will be hard to replace as the attorney for the City of New Albany.
The 13th annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life has come and gone, and it was a hot one.
Hot weather is here and it’s the perfect time to spend time in the water.
The BNA Bank Cotton States Baseball League will open its third season Saturday at Legion Field at the New Albany Sportsplex.
A plan that could help make commercial and industrial areas in New Albany better looking over time has been put forth at the Board of Aldermen.
A plan to generate money for expansion of the New Haven Center for Special Needs by collecting aluminum cans is a good one for two reasons.
Perhaps you noticed the American flags on display last Saturday at a number of businesses in New Albany in honor of Armed Forces Day. If not, you’ll have another opportunity as we observe Memorial Day next Monday.
The Union County School District Board has grappled with the contentious issue of how best to proceed with a county football team.
The New Haven Center for Special Needs Adults has taken a necessary step to insure it will have space to expand the facility.
Next weekend New Albany will take its place in the heritage music spotlight for the third time as we host the Mississippi Bluegrass Championships.
The 16th annual Frog-a-Nanny, which has become a staple of Spring in New Albany, has come and gone. It was last Friday evening at the Sportsplex.
The New Albany Board of Alderman has reached a reasonable compromise on the issue of banning pit bulls within the city limits.
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