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Residents of the Murrah Road area of New Albany continue to be upset with the city’s failure to deal forcefully with a run-down trailer park and motel near their property.
The annual Union County Spelling Bee is a reminder to us all that our public schools are doing a good job in teaching one of the basic fundamentals of education. That, of course, would be spelling.
The New Albany Board of Aldermen recently demonstrated a classic way not to handle the business of the city.
A group of Murrah Road residents has asked the New Albany Board of Aldermen for help in cleaning up the Resthaven Trailer Park.
Two events are coming up that benefit charitable causes. One has been around for a long time and the other is new this year. We commend both to you.
My, my, what a mess. Instead of quietly slipping out the governor’s mansion to return to his former life as a lobbyist, Haley Barbour dropped a bombshell on his way out the door.
New Albany’s decision to continue supplying the city water from wells probably was the only economically feasible choice to make.
What has generally been a low-key campaign on the proposal to allow the sale of wine and spirits in New Albany will be decided Tuesday, Jan. 10, in a special election.
We take pride in providing the news in an objective fashion in our news columns. But here in this space we offer our opinion, and provide space in our Letters to the Editor column for yours.
A year has passed since the New Albany Board of Aldermen considered a plan to establish minimum standards for rental housing. The proposal was defeated on a 2-3 vote.
We think it is time to look at the issue again.
Union County voters will face an important decision for the growth of our city in the special election Tuesday, Jan. 10.
Below the Gazette reprints eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon’s letter to the editor of New York’s Sun newspaper and the newspaper’s response on Sept. 21, 1897:
Our community breathed a collective sigh of relief this week with news that a New Albany man has been charged with capital murder in the shooting death of Amanda Price.
The Union County School District Board has voted to do away with the Union County varsity football team and move the program to the East Union Attendance Center.
Many more families have qualified this year for aid from the 37th annual Sharing at Christmas program, which provides food and toys to those in need in Union County.
The outpouring of concern and support for the Price family is just what we expected from our community.
The New Albany Main Street Association’s annual Holiday Open House has become so successful that the association has developed an encore event.
The Union County Board of Supervisors is grappling with what to do about housing mental patients awaiting a place in the state hospital.
Thanksgiving is here, for many of us a time for family gatherings, turkey, pumpkin pie and all the trimmings.
The wait is over and Corollas are rolling off the assembly line at Union County’s Toyota’s manufacturing plant.
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