State Sen. Kathy Chism, R-New Albany, said she voted against a bill to change the Mississippi flag because she believes the people should have been allowed to vote on the issue.
Many Union County residents came out to downtown New Albany Saturday evening to celebrate the nation's birthday during a truncated Freedom Fest celebration.
The Boys and Girls Club of New Albany officially reopened on June 8 after temporarily closing due to COVID-19 and both staff and members of the Club are excited to be back together, even with all the new regulations that must be followed.
Union County Sheriff’s Office deputies seized more than 20 grams of meth during an arrest Thursday, June 25, according to Sheriff Jimmy Edwards.
A Mississippi Department of Transportation project is underway in Union County on Interstate 22. The $5.1 million mill and overlay project was awarded to APAC-Mississippi. The project covers about four miles on I-22. It is taking place about seven miles east of the Benton County line to Stat…
The Union County Library is closed until further notice because an employee has tested positive for the coronavirus, library Director Sissy Bullock said Wednesday.
The New Albany satellite campus of Northeast Community College is finalizing plans for the start of the fall semester on August 3rd. Because of the current pandemic, changes are being made in order to comply with regulations and keep students and faculty safe.
As I finished packing up my bag for the week I’d spend at home during spring break, I felt a rush of excitement at the thought of no homework or 8 a.m. classes for a few days. My plate was pretty full with seven classes and a job in the Writing Center on campus. My roommate and I exchanged a…
A retirement reception was held last week for Susan Roberts, assistant to the New Albany mayor and deputy clerk. Mayor Tim Kent presented Roberts with a plaque during the reception at City Hall. Roberts, who grew up in Ingomar, worked for the city for more than 14 years and said she enjoyed …
Ashlyn Saxon has joined the New Albany Gazette as a summer intern and will be working along with the Gazette staff on various aspects including local reporting and publishing.
Jack’s Family Restaurants is looking to continue growth its Northeast Mississippi and New Albany is set to become home to its next location.
A Blue Springs native has taken the loss of an historic family home and revitalized it to make a future for someone looking for a place to live.
While the State of Mississippi is opening back up following a statewide shelter-in-place order during much of April and part of May due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the New Albany and Union County School Districts are taking more cautious approaches in plans for summer programs and the fall semester.
New Albany police are working closely with Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to locate at least one suspect in connection with burglaries of two local stores early Friday morning.
Hundreds of people took part in a peaceful demonstration in New Albany on Sunday to remember a man who died in police custody last month in Minneapolis, Minn.