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The New Albany Gazette, along with all governmental offices and many businesses, will be closed Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day. The May 27 issue of the Gazette will be published as usual but advertising and news deadlines were moved up due to the holiday. The advertising deadline for the May 27 Gazette […]
The New Albany Gazette, along with all governmental offices and many businesses, will be closed Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day. The May 27 issue of the Gazette will be published as usual but advertising and news deadlines will be earlier due to the holiday. The advertising deadline for The Advertiser is today, […]
City schools hire new basketball coach, variety of administrative, teaching and other coaching positions filled
New Albany city school trustees filled several staff vacancies Monday at a called 8:15 a.m. meeting but perhaps the position that will receive the most attention is that of new basketball coach replacing Brad Gray, who resigned. A variety of administrative, teaching, coaching and other staff roles were dealt with as well, however. Hired as […]
Union County’s photogenic but aging courthouse continues to be a financial thorn in the side of local government officials. The building is now undergoing more than a half million dollars in repairs to its roof and cupola with more water damage occurring over the weekend even as work has been done. At their regular weekly […]
Results of the May 12 special election to fill the First District congressional vacancy left by the death of Alan Nunnelee were expected to be certified Tuesday this week. Tuesday was the earliest date because of the change in law requiring presentation of a photo ID before a person can vote. If a person wants […]
Seniors at the city and all four county schools will graduate in ceremonies this Thursday and Friday evenings. East Union will be first with commencement at 6 p.m. Thursday, followed by Ingomar at 8 p.m. On Friday, Myrtle will be at 6 p.m. and both West Union and New Albany will be at 8 p.m. […]
The spray park at BNA Bank Park will reopen for the season Saturday, and also will be open Memorial Day. It will be closed this Sunday, however. The regular hours for the spray park will be from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, and will be open Sundays […]
Museum Moments on Thursday, May 21, will feature John Stokes, chef from Oxford, who is also will prepare the farm to table dinner on Friday night at the music festival kick-off. Stokes, an Oxford native, has spent the past 20 years cooking professionally in a variety of settings. He calls his style “old world cooking” […]
Union County native Greg Pirkle got close to half the local votes but it wasn’t enough to put him into the June 2 run-off to fill the District 1 congressional seat vacated by the death of Alan Nunnelee. Pontotoc attorney Howard Zinn Jr., the lone proclaimed Democrat in the race and who qualified at the […]
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