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New Albany business park
A convoluted situation in New Albany's Business Park East is starting to affect Johnstown and Pataskala.
When Val Jorgensen opened an organic farm on Walnut Street in northern Plain Township in 2002, she wanted to create a business that not only produced local food, but also taught people about it.
New Albany-Plain Local school board members on July 28 are poised to decide the amount of a levy on the Nov. 4 ballot, but they say they haven't had much input from residents.
The 2014 Taste of New Albany is expected to feature 29 restaurants and 16 vendors tempting residents' taste buds Aug. 3 in Market Square.
New Albany police arrested two people in recent weeks after finding the individuals asleep in their vehicles.
The New Albany-Plain Local school board on July 14 accepted the resignation of Richard "Dick" Fisher, the district's campus coordinator of safety and security.
New Albany City Council on July 1 agreed to give residents a discount to use the Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany, which is expected to open at Johnstown and Village Hall roads in January 2015.
Village Hall facelift
New Albany Village Hall will remain open during summer construction, but many of the city's public meetings will be held temporarily at the public-services facility, 7800 Bevelhymer Road.
The New Albany-Plain Local school board was expected on July 14 to approve a contract for Kristy Venne as assistant high school principal, according to its meeting agenda.
Snap Fitness of New Albany will host a fundraiser for the American Heart Association at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 19, at the fitness center, 9695 Johnstown Road.
The New Vision Dance Company will perform its first main-stage event, Fresh Cut, July 25 and 26 at the Garden Theater, 1187 N. High St., in the Short North near downtown Columbus.
Membership sales for the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center's health and fitness center in the Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany will open about a month later than previously announced.
New Albany police cited a 26-year-old woman for improper transport of a firearm, using weapons while intoxicated, drug possession, OVI, an unsafe vehicle, failure to control and driving at a slow speed at 5 a.m. July 5 following a traffic stop on state Route 161 at New Albany-Condit Road.
Twelve-year-old Emily Spector of New Albany recently received $1,000 from the Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program for her volunteer activities.
The future is coming to New Albany-Plain Local Schools when the MIT fabrication laboratory, or "fab lab," opens at the high school this fall between the Jefferson Room and the natatorium.