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Mrs. Ohio pageant to be held in June

Applications are being accepted for the 2016 Mrs. Ohio America Pageant set June 11 at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts, 100 W. Dublin Granville Road, New Albany.
Jefferson Award winner

Gibson matches up tennis 'buddies'

Buddy Up Tennis, a fitness program for children and young adults with Down syndrome, began with one boy and one coach, according to founder and New Albany resident Beth Gibson.

2007 office plan back in business

Construction will begin in four to six months on office buildings that were part of a development plan originally approved by New Albany Planning Commission members in 2007, according to developer Larry Canini.

High school's Unchained fashion show slated May 16

More than 70 high school students will volunteer for New Albany High School's next Unchained fashion show, according to event leader Anitra Karthic.
Police beat

New Albany: Man arrested after reported altercation in local hotel lobby

A public altercation last month in a hotel lobby led to the arrest of a 29-year-old Galloway man on misdemeanor charges of assault and domestic violence.
Foundation in focus

Array of speakers provides enrichment for local grads

As New Albany High School's commencement approaches and the graduates prepare their speeches, I'm reminded of all the great speakers, both national and local, who have visited New Albany and interacted with our students.
Elliott Cooper

Neighboring boutiques merge, rebrand

Two New Albany boutique stores that have shared the same roof for years now will share a name.
Water's Edge

More jobs coming to expanded campus

The city of New Albany has created an incentives package to assist in the timely development of an extension of the Water's Edge development on Walton Parkway.

Twelve jobs might be added to district roster

The New Albany-Plain Local school district plans to add 12 positions for the next academic year.

Sawyers plans to restore curriculum department

Future superintendent Michael Sawyers wants to restore the New Albany-Plain Local School District's curriculum department as part of his administration-reorganization plan.

Win-Win session slated May 4

An information session about the Win-Win school-district agreement is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. May 4 ...

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Women's network fundraiser sold out

The New Albany's Women's Network's April 29 charity event, An Evening in New Albany, has sold out.

College note

* New Albany students who are members of the Council for Exceptional Children at Ashland University include Elise Buzza, Erin Buzza and Nicole Dawson.

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