It is with a humble heart and deep gratitude that those of us serving daily this area’s homeless through Haven House Services thank the New Albany City Council. Because of their astute observations and strong sense of duty, many renovations will be made to the emergency shelter. Some cosmeti…
I’d like to thank Sen. Joe Donnelly for recently meeting with me in Washington, D.C. We spoke about legislation aimed at helping cancer patients get the treatment and care they need, including the Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Act.
Figures vary, but nine of 10 Americans might believe in God. At least that’s what they say when asked. Many of these believers are Christian.
I recently attended the W.C.C.S. Community Input Session on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, on the proposed $95 million referendum. These plans were shown to those in attendance as a Visual Idea of what could be accomplished at each campus.
I’m writing in response to the Sept. 14 letter from Jim Lucas, concerning the right to carry concealed guns. I appreciated Mr. Lucas’ thoughtful exposition, and I learned several important things from his letter.
I am a 1983 graduate of Henryville High School. My two youngest children are current students at Silver Creek Middle School. I have a vested interest in both schools, both communities. After reading the News and Tribune article In Friday’s paper regarding the referendum meeting held at Henry…
The New Albany Housing Authority (NAHA) meetings always have a surprise and the most recent one was no surprise. We learned that the Interim Executive Director is having difficulty doing the job that Bob Lane did so effortlessly for 17 years. While the Family Self-Sufficiency program is havi…
With summer in full swing, many are hitting the road to begin their vacations. We’re in the midst of the “100 Deadliest Days,” the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day when deadly car crashes increase, especially when they involve teen drivers.
The people of the Maple and Spring Hill school districts deserve a public meeting regarding the possible closure of their schools — not a Board meeting. There should be a public meeting where people can address the Board with their concerns and their ideas for other solutions without a three…
Our country’s healthcare system is in the midst of a massive upheaval. Never before have we witnessed such challenges that will impact both the type of care our community receives and the ability of our local hospital to continue providing the high-quality care that we know each of you has c…
This Week's Circulars
- BOYS' BASKETBALL: Say so long to Ro(meo), Sean East
- Suspect in custody following cyber threat targeting New Albany High School
- Future New Albany pub about the classics and conversation
- THE HEART THAT BINDS: Transplant connects families from across the country
- How local schools keep students safe
- FOND FAREWELL: Seniors East, Langford combine for 55 points in victory over Bedford
- Jeffersonville adult caretaker charged with fraud, theft, neglect
- Bank Street Brewhouse will soon have Mexican food as Taco Steve moves in
- Greenville-based company puts SoIN on the galactic map
- Andrew Takami suspends U.S. Senate campaign