Author: Danielle Grady

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Scott Funeral Home, ran by brothers Aaron and Billy Scott, obtained its liquor license in March. The certification gives the business the ability to independently... [Read More]
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The city of New Albany and a developer hope to bring new housing options to downtown New Albany by transforming a vacant Bank Street property... [Read More]
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The board overseeing the Ohio River Bridges Project, including its operations, will meet for the first time all year on Monday. [Read More]
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Plans for a Clarksville trampoline and "ninja challenge" park have been pushed back to a tentative January opening date. [Read More]
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A Heine Brothers' coffee shop, New Albany's first, has been confirmed as a tenant for a yet-to-be-built New Albany strip center. [Read More]
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It's no secret that John Gilkey is a photographer. The Clarksville town council member of six years, while often preoccupied with city government, is a... [Read More]
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It's no secret that John Gilkey is a photographer. [Read More]
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Minion mania has overcome Indiana Avenue in New Albany. [Read More]
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Betty Roberts' mother, Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" Loveland, always said she wanted her family and friends to celebrate her life when she died, not mourn it. [Read More]
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A late-night apartment fire on Friday left two apartments uninhabitable and one resident with minor injuries. [Read More]
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A vacant Clarksville hotel has been designated by the building commissioner as an unsafe building after its roof and second floor caved in sometime within... [Read More]
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When doctors take the Hippocratic Oath, they swear to treat the sick no matter what. Robert "Bob" Receveur always stuck to that promise - and... [Read More]
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A plan to redevelop a vacant Clarksville motel into "class A" apartments is receiving pushback from the town's planning and zoning department, which doesn't believe... [Read More]
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As a kid or young adult, opportunities to play traditional instruments abound, especially at school. There are concert bands, orchestras and jazz groups - enough... [Read More]
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After 24 years, there are several things about the Clarksville branch of the Jeffersonville Township Public Library in need of updating. [Read More]
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Rural King in Jeffersonville is facing seven safety violations and $14,000 in fines from the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration after an employee filed... [Read More]
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Beau Kerley owns two restaurants in Louisville, but when it comes to eating out, he often finds himself at the El Nopal in Georgetown, not... [Read More]
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Cameron Shultz isn't used to children approaching him when he's in uniform. [Read More]
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It might sound cliche, but Terry Vissing can't help but say it anyway: Agriculture is in his blood. [Read More]
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When Julie Collings first took a job as a nurse at New Albany-Floyd County School Corp., her work was much different. [Read More]
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