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Issue 6

CEO: Levy on May 6 ballot isn't about downtown zoo

Tom Stalf is adamant: Issue 6 is not about a downtown zoo.
Maria's Message

Tiberi taking distracted-driving program to schools

Distractions are everywhere.
Port Columbus

New direct flights require customer demand, official says

What does it take to add new direct routes to other airports?

Team building

Local job postings added to city website

New Albany officials are updating the city website to include job postings for local businesses.

Walking Classic nearing another sellout

The New Albany Walking Classic slated for Sunday, Sept. 7, is almost sold out.
Police beat

New Albany: Two thefts from construction sites under investigation

The New Albany Police Department is investigating two thefts from homes under construction that occurred last month.
Small Business Community Heroes

ThisWeek , Direct Energy to recognize community service

Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first-ever Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program.
New Albany Co.

Subdivision planned off Johnstown Road

The New Albany Co. has requested permission from the city of New Albany to build a 43-home subdivision on about 20 acres on the west side of Johnstown Road, between Morse Road and Temple Beth Shalom.

High school's Peace Week begins April 21

New Albany High School's Peace Week will have a more elaborate opening ceremony than in past years when it begins April 21, said Principal Mark White.

Koranteng named National Achievement Scholar

Exceptional students come along every now and then, and senior Ama Koranteng is one of those students, said Mark White, interim principal of New Albany High School.
Columbus Jewish Day School

Buckeye band members dot 'i' in innovate

Ryan Barta, a senior trumpet player in the Ohio State University Marching Band, visited the Columbus Jewish Day School in New Albany on April 4 and explained how he is helping reduce the amount of paper the band uses during practice.

District, teachers union ink one-year contract

The New Albany-Plain Local school board on March 31 unanimously approved a one-year agreement with the local teachers union, the Plain Local Education Association.
April 19

Spring Fest will include egg drop by helicopter

New Albany's Spring Fest on April 19 will feature some 20,000 eggs, but not all of them will be on the ground when children arrive at the New Albany High School football field.
High school juniors

Applications to leadership academy due April 18

Forty central Ohio juniors looking for education and networking opportunities this summer will have the opportunity to participate in the 2014 Central Ohio Leadership Academy, according to program director Jordan Davis.
Police beat

New Albany: Man nabbed on four warrants

Officers from the New Albany Police Department arrested a 24-year-old man on four outstanding traffic-related warrants at 11:09 a.m. April 1 in the 7000 block of West Campus Oval.

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