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The second drive-thru window in the Columbus Metropolitan Library system is expected to open Monday, Nov. 30, at the system's New Albany branch.
By the middle of next month, people ages 18 to 20 no longer will be able to purchase tobacco products in New Albany.
Central College Road limit
Heeding public-services director Mark Nemec's proposal earlier this month, New Albany City Council on Nov. 17 set a more consistent speed limit on the city's stretch of Central College Road.
Another New Albany High School student-organized TEDx event is being planned April 2 at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts.
The New Albany-Plain Local school board is reviewing a new policy on treating students with diabetes.
The Plain Township trustees on Nov. 18 voted 3-0 to renew for 2016 the township's employee health-insurance coverage with the Ohio Public Entity Consortium Health Care Cooperative.
After 29 years in business, Kent Rigsby abruptly closed Rigsby's Kitchen on Nov. 8 and announced he would be joining the New Albany Country Club as its executive chef.
New Albany students named to the honor and merit rolls for the first grading period of the 2015-16 school year at St. Charles Preparatory School in Columbus are:
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus has been chosen as a host site for the 2016 JCC Maccabi Games scheduled for July 24-29.
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New Albany Chamber of Commerce, annual meeting and Delta Awards Luncheon 2015, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 2 at the New Albany Country Club, 1 Club Lane. The Delta Awards are presented to organizations and individuals for community achievements. Fee is $35 for members, $40 nonmembers and $280 for a table of 10. For reservations, call 614-855-4400.
Both a professional and an amateur dancer say they have found creative outlets in central Ohio's New Vision Dance Company, a dance troupe founded by a New Albany resident.
2016 budget discussions
New Albany could increase police patrol coverage in 2016 by filling three vacant posts and adding three more new officers.
After 29 years in business, Kent Rigsby abruptly closed Rigsby’s Kitchen on Nov. 8 and announced he would be joining the New Albany Country Club as its executive chef.
New Albany City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 17, voted 6-0 to ban sales of tobacco products to people younger than age 21, despite concerns voiced by two officials from the Turkey Hill Minit Market set to open in the city in December.
Students working in New Albany High School's production of Kiss Me, Kate are learning from professional lighting and sound directors from CAPA.