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Christopher T. O'Shaughnessy of New Albany has been elected to the partnership of Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP.
To reach a deal for a large speculative manufacturing facility in the New Albany International Business Park, city officials and the Pizzuti Cos. recently agreed to an incentive package similar in term and type to a deal offered last year to Amazon subsidiary Vadata.
A common phone scam appears to have resurfaced in central Ohio.
The New Albany Arts Council will hold auditions for children ages 9 to 16 for its summer production of The Lion King Jr. from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, at Broadway Bound Dance Centre, 6701 Bevelhymer Road.
New Albany-Plain Local students will perform Loving Our Legacy at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts, 100 W. Dublin-Granville Road. The free community performance will celebrate African-American achievements of the past and present.
* New Albany residents who received recognition for the 2015 fall term at Capital University include:
In less than six months, the New Albany-Plain Local School District will have a new leader.
Visible progress has been made on the exterior of the Vadata data center in New Albany, but city officials still are saying little about the project.
The Northland Community Council development committee voted against approving a mix of apartments, condos and an assisted-living facility on a 60-acre parcel along Ulry Road -- which is just west of New Albany -- when the rezoning request came before the members in March 2015.
Two men were cited for drug- and alcohol-related charges after an officer observed a vehicle making odd maneuvers Jan. 24 in the vicinity of a gas station near the 9000 block of Johnstown Road.