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Jessica von Zastrow's passion for fashion began when she was a child.
New Albany-Plain Local School District leaders say they plan to follow in the steps of other districts that have reexamined the Win-Win agreement with Columbus City Schools.
An 18-year-old Columbus man pulled over Aug. 17 for driving 90 mph on state Route 161 near Beech Road was arrested for OVI and drug possession when officers found marijuana in his car.
Foundation in Focus
When the New Albany Community Foundation hosted Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein in 2004, she was genuinely moved by the community's commitment to promoting the arts and education.
Enrollment in the New Albany-Plain Local School District has remained in line with projections, according to Superintendent Michael Sawyers.
Sometimes, the heating and air-conditioning system at the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park Visitors Center goes on the fritz.
* Chad Guy of New Albany was named to the John Carroll University spring dean's list.
As students walked across the sidewalk and buses rolled past Aug. 18, second-grader Frances Gualdoni took a moment to share how she felt about returning to school.
New events center
New Albany has lacked a large events center for rent since Winding Hollow Golf and Events Center closed in January 2015.
After raising three daughters in New Albany, Marlene Brisk realized where she wanted to begin volunteering.
A close call between a patrol vehicle and another driver at the intersection of U.S. Route 62 and Thompson Road resulted in an OVI charge for a 29-year-old New Albany man.
New Albany City Council on Aug. 16 appointed Marlene Brisk to a vacant council seat, according to city spokesman Scott McAfee.
A rare development
An apartment complex is planned in New Albany's village center.