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Marsh inducted into Central Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame
* Carly Gundlach and Ellen Martin, both of New Albany, and Megan Gerrity of Columbus recently were honored at Wittenberg University's Honors Convocation. The university recognized high achievement of students and faculty members in academic and co-curricular activities.
The Kiwanis Club of New Albany honored the New Albany High School Students of the Month with a dinner and presentation May 15 at the Rusty Bucket restaurant.
Last year was 32-year-old Jason Wilson's first time participating in Honor Ride Ohio, and the former U.S. Army sergeant said the experience allowed him to share his story of his -- and his fellow soldiers' -- deployment in Afghanistan.
Parents of students in grades 2-8 next school year now will have the opportunity to petition to move their students to another building.
The genesis for the idea that would become Parker Lehmann's Eagle Scout project was a glass of apple cider.
Two Johnstown Road businesses were the targets of early morning breaking-and-entering incidents May 13, resulting in a total cash loss of more than $2,000, according to recent New Albany police reports.
New Albany-Plain Local School District families could end up paying less for their children's sports programs the next academic year.
E.J. Thomas of New Albany recently was inducted to the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame.
* Marcus Fleming of New Albany recently graduated from Ohio Christian University with an Associate of Arts in business management.
Two students from New Albany were awarded $2,500 scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corp.
Route 62-Greensward intersection
New Albany City Council members could decide whether to install a traffic signal or a roundabout at U.S. Route 62 intersection with Greensward and Lambton Park roads by their first meeting in June, according to City Manager Joe Stefanov.
New Albany-Plain Local school board President Laura Kohler said she is watching for proposed legislation about the Win-Win agreement between local suburban school districts and Columbus City Schools.
New Albany High School has reversed a decision to suspend a student chapter of Amnesty International.