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Search the City of New Albany, public records using best found research sources online. This City is located at the coordinates , its zip code is 47150 with a total population of 36,372. Look up recorded information of New Albany, including demographics and local economy. Link to all levels of New Albany, government and their sites with services which provide public information. Current economy, business and housing data. Read about up to date current events and what is occurring in the City of New Albany. Find out about the background of residents and recorded statistics. Request criminal records specific to the City of New Albany, from law enforcement departments with access to the state's repository with official background check of arrests and convicted felonies. Access a directory aimed toward producing open public records and instant information available online. New Albany sources are added on a regular basis for the best and most current services.

City of New Albany, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:112
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:1
Forcible Rape:21
Aggravated Assault:49
Property Crime:2,210
Larceny Theft:1,642
Motor Vehicle Theft:140
City of New Albany, Census Data
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Total population of residents36,372
White resident population recorded31,194
Black or African American resident population recorded3,159
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded82
Asian resident population recorded248
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded8
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded1,338
Resident population of some other race recorded622
Resident population of two or more races recorded1,059
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Q: I was recently pulled over where I live in Louisville, and the cop said that someone had used my information in New Albany when being charged, said the picture didn't look like me even, and I haven't been able to find a job in over a year. How do I find out if someone used my identity and now has charges on my background? (New Albany IN)
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A:By ordering a background check on yourself, you can see the erroneous information about you. Since the criminal record check is on yourself, there's no privacy issue to deal with, so you will be able to obtain the report with little difficulty. The Indiana State Police offers an online search service for public use. You can view only felonies and class A misdemeanor arrests within the state of Indiana according to their site. It costs $15 and there is a demo that shows you the process and report.
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Open For Business!
It's an exciting time to visit and live in New Albany! Along with warmer weather comes the blossoming of new local restaurants. Be sure to visit the English Muffin Restaurant on Charlestown Road and The Comfy Cow, coming soon on East Market Street. The English Muffin Restaurant celebrated its grand opening on March 10th. The owner, Jon English, is very excited about the opening of his new restaurant saying, 'We have a breakfast special Mon-Fri from 7am to 10am that's hard to beat for those that want a great fresh breakfast, cooked to order, served by a wonderful staff.' Plus, The Comfy Cow will be a tasty addition to the downtown New Albany scene, where the only way to determine your favorite flavor is to simply try them all! This local, popular ice cream chain is finally on this side of the Ohio River. Be on the lookout for their grand opening day around the end of April.Coming this fal to Downtown New Albanyl is Seeds and Greens Natural Market and Deli. From an organic grocery store, to a deli and juice bar, the Seeds and Greens will be a one stop shop for all your health foods. Learn more at Big Four Burgers and Beer is expanding to Downtown New Albany! The new location is expected to open by late fall. The burger joint and bar has seen much success at it's first location, opened in December in downtown Jeffersonville.    
Happening April 01 2014 - Source:

Woman wants teen suspect to see young house fire survivor
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — The grandmother of a young southern Indiana girl who survived a fire that killed her three siblings says she ... More »
Happening March 19 2014 - Source:

Boomtown Ball & Festival
Mayor Jeff M. Gahan and the City of New Albany, along with 91.9 WFPK and Houndmouth, are proud to present the The Boomtown Ball & Festival! Houndmouth will be headlining the festival with a concert at The Grand Sunday, May 25th. Tickets for the 18 and over concert go on sale Friday March 7th at 10am. 'The Boomtown Ball & Festival will serve as the kick-off for the Bicentennial Park Summer Concert Series,' stated Mayor Jeff M. Gahan. 'The festival will consist of a free outdoor music stage curated with the help of Houndmouth and an open air flea market/bazaar, all contained right in our downtown.'This event will be held on Market St. in downtown New Albany on Sunday, May 25th. The City of New Albany has enlisted the support of Flea Off Market, a unique Louisville-based outdoor bazaar that will feature tons of regional and local vendors offering records, books, antiques, vintage items, fine arts & crafts, esoterica, and more! Gates for this free family friendly event open at 1pm. Stay tuned for a full line-up of music on the outdoor stage curated by Houndmouth.The Boomtown Ball & Festival will culminate with a ticketed show at the Grand with New Albany's own Houndmouth as the headliner. That first November 2011 night, when Houndmouth all fell together at the Green House in New Albany, was nothing more complicated than four friends playing music, armed with a curiosity about what might happen. Matt Myers (guitar), Shane Cody (drums), Katie Toupin (keyboard/organ), and Zak Appleby (bass) all hail from the Indiana side of the river, where theyknew each other from...around. It all happened in a tumble. After playing locally in Louisville and Indiana for three months, Houndmouth made the pilgrimage to South By Southwest in Austin, Texas with just their homemade EP in hand. A little buzz convinced Rough Trade Record's Geoff Travis to come have a listen. Of such things are dreams made. Months of conversation and a proper studio later, their debut album, From the Hills Below the City, was released by Rough Trade in June of 2013. The band have been on the road for over a year — opening for the Drive-By Truckers, the Lumineers, the Alabama Shakes, Lucero, and Grace Potter and the Nocturnals — as well as headlining on their own. The band is more than excited to finally play their first proper hometown show in New Albany: 'It's been a crazy ride since we started as a band, and one thing we've always wanted to do is play a special New Albany show. All of the amazing local fans, from both sides of the Ohio, have become an extended family to us. So much of our music and our success are directly influenced by our hometown, and we couldn't be more grateful. We look forward to celebrating with everyone on May 25th.'This event is produced by Louisville based buyers Production Simple, Concerts & Events and radio sponsorship is being provided by 91.9 WFPK.###For full, up-to-date event information, including on sale and ticket info, please visit: City of New Albany and Production SimpleFor band information please visit: www.houndmouth.comFor Flea Off Market information: Flea Off Market on Facebook or call 502-552-0061###For more local information, please contact:Lizi HaganProduction
Happening March 03 2014 - Source:

East Main Street Renovation Project
Plans are underway for the East Main Street improvements in downtown New Albany! Join Mayor Gahan on March 3rd at 11:00 a.m. for the groundbreaking ceremony at the corner of East 5th and East Main Street which will mark the official start of the project. “East Main Street renovation will be a great project and will change the entire corridor,” Mayor Gahan expressed. The new design will help to maintain the city’s historic setting through urbanization. The project will extend from East 5th Street to Vincennes Street. Improvements will include a median with plants and trees, new handicap accessible sidewalks and decorative lighting. Historical monuments will mark Vincennes Street and 5th Street where the Main Street Renovation begins and ends.   Mayor Gahan and the community want to see New Albany’s 200 year history enhanced and preserved through the beautification of Historic Downtown New Albany. The plans are a part of the city’s efforts to revive downtown’s atmosphere through improving safety, functionality, and accessibility. The exciting new changes will aid in the enhancement of the already character-filled historic downtown environment. MAC Construction and Excavating, Inc. has been contracted to do the renovations, expected to be completed September 2014.   To stay up-to-date on the project’s development, visit
Happening February 28 2014 - Source:

Family suing over southern Indiana deck collapse
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — Many of the 24 family members who fell about 15 feet when a wooden deck collapsed have filed a ... More »
Happening February 25 2014 - Source:

Earthship Bench Sculpture Coming to Jeffersonville!
The Jeffersonville Arts Alliance is working with the Public Arts Commission and Southern Indiana Arts Counsel to create an 'Earthship' Bench for Jeffersonville. Earthship refers to a self-sustaining functional art structure made from recycled materials. Jeffersonville chose to create an s-curve bench so that all community members can interact and enjoy the piece. Traditionally, Earthships are designed to work as autonomous buildings or off-the-grid homes, minimizing their reliance on public utilities and fossil fuels. Earthships are built to utilize the available local resources. Jeffersonville's Earthship sculpture will be created with the sustainable living principles. Councilman Samuels, who leads the Public Art Commission, has been exploring possible locations for the piece and has identified four locations, most of which fall in the Rose Hill Neighborhood. Jeffersonville will have the first of four Earthship inspired sculptures created in Southern Indiana. Pieces will also be created in New Albany, Clarksville and Utica. Thursday, March 6th from 6:30 to 7:30 pm at City Hall there will be an educational/informative meeting by Earthship guru Scott Irick. Scott is an Earthship expert that has assisted in the creation of many structures in New Mexico. He will lead the informative meeting identifying what Earthship sculptures are, how they are made and what they can look like. Citizens in the Rose Hill Neighborhood are especially encouraged to attend the meeting.   
Happening February 19 2014 - Source:

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New Albany man admits to child sex crime
FLOYD COUNTY — An 18-year-old New Albany man is in jail after admitting to an investigator that he had sexual intercourse with his girlfriend’s 12-year-old sister.
April 09 2014 - Source:

Man identified in standoff with SWAT
The Louisville man who had the SWAT team on him called due to a domestic disturbance has been identified.
March 13 2014 - Source:

Family hopes deck collapse video will educate about potential deck dangers
Twenty-four people fell 15 feet to the ground after a deck collapsed in southern Indiana days before Christmas. The family involved is suing the people who made and maintained the deck, and they want others to see what happened in hopes it won't happen again.
March 02 2014 - Source:

Fire survivor improves, wants to look pretty for Justin Bieber
Friends and family of a 5-year-old girl who survived a house fire that killed her three siblings shared some encouraging news Wednesday night.
February 20 2014 - Source:

Experts: Have a game plan before severe weather strikes
The National Weather Service advises people to take action before severe weather strikes.
February 20 2014 - Source:

3 teenage girls arrested in connection to fire that killed 3 children
What the future holds for three teenage girls is unclear after they were charged in connection to a fire that killed three children.
February 15 2014 - Source:

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