As of this writing, the great New Albany medical marijuana war was still raging. One hopes that by the time you read this it has been settled,…
New Albany aldermen and Union County supervisors are going to be earning their pay more than usual in the next month as they are faced with is…
“I won’t spend money on a newspaper that doesn’t print what I agree with.”
Businessman and entrepreneur John Young died this past weekend.
I received a question the other day concerning why we run certain columnists on the opinion page.
New Albany aldermen are looking for prices on a new spray park for the city, to replace the old one deemed too damaged to be worth repairing o…
We, the people of New Albany, know that you often have a lot on your plate and there is a matter that is on your plate today that is of great …
Sometimes it frustratingly seems as if nothing is being accomplished in New Albany, but that’s not the case.
Our community continues to grow new assets, but at the same time, some of the assets we already have grow even more.
I have talked with people – mostly younger people – who don’t know who Walter Johnson was.
The 2022 New Albany Gazette Visitor’s Guides have arrived from the printer and are being distributed to various businesses and offices around town.
Kudos to Main Street Social
Sometimes we wonder who reads the newspaper.
The first Amendment says, “Congress shall make no law (…)- abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; (…).
On March 6, my op-ed “America Must Support Ukraine in its Fight for Freedom” was published in The Oxford Eagle. In that article, I expressed m…
Faulkner scholar Robert Hamblin noted the other day that “old folks live a lot in the past.” I suppose that includes me.
Our two local state legislators introduced bills this session designed to allow the New Albany Light, Gas and Water Department to provide broa…
I learned this past week that Ben Hughes had died.
“Legitimate political discourse” — remember those three words. They will be with us for a while.
Elsewhere in this issue is a story about a group of sisters who drove from Wisconsin to ride on the Tanglefoot Trail.
It has come to light recently that New Albany is on the verge of surprising new growth in several ways.
In a way, it seems like it’s been a lot longer than 20 years since Van-Atkins Department Store burned.
This past week I was talking with someone and the question came up as to what should be priorities for New Albany aldermen.
My Dad lived with me for the last fourteen years of his life. In some ways they were very happy times, but in others, they were very challengi…