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Artist Sharon Visintine of Columbus is known for her portraits.
Members of a new steering committee are studying how New Albany can best support the increasing number of cyclists in the area.
Linda Romanoff says she was in the right place at the right time when she learned about the first New Albany Walking Classic in 2005.
New Albany-Plain Local officials are looking for residents willing to serve on a curriculum council that would make recommendations to Superintendent April Domine.
The New Albany-Plain Local school board has a vacancy after Natalie Matt resigned her seat effective Aug. 25.
The New Albany Police Department cited two juveniles for curfew violation at 2:53 a.m. Aug. 15 on Central College Road at New Albany Road.
Two central Ohio fire departments will be featured in Kaplan University's continuing-education program in fire science.
New Albany-Plain Local school board member Natalie Matt has resigned her seat effective Aug. 25.
New Albany-Plain Local Schools
The New Albany 1-8 building was buzzing Monday morning, Aug. 25, on the first day of school with the 300 students and 12 teachers who christened the first 12 classrooms in the new facility.
New Albany City Council
New Albany City Council on Aug. 19 tabled a commercial zoning request and a residential zoning request, but both applications are expected to be heard at City Council's next meeting Sept. 2.
New Albany City Council on Aug. 19 agreed to support a new contract with AP Wireless Investments, which would provide revenue to the city from any new firms that would lease usage of a local cellphone tower.
New Albany is ready to begin using two busing services to transport thousands of employees to work at its business parks.
Columbus Jewish Day School
The Columbus Jewish Day School's 89 students in kindergarten to sixth grades went back to school Aug. 20.
The Franklin County Auditor's Office will hold informal property-value reviews from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. today, Aug. 28, at the New Albany Church of the Resurrection, 6300 E. Dublin-Granville Road.
The New Albany Arts Council has planned several performance programs this fall for children ages 6 to 15 and adults.
Five churches and 500 people began the school year Aug. 23 with a prayer walk through New Albany to support families in the school district, said Five14 Church pastor Joel Kovacs.