The New Albany-Plain Local school board May 20 hired Keith Pomeroy, technology director of Olentangy schools, to replace Jon Stonebraker, who will retire as technology director Jan. 31, 2014.
Two local veterans say military service and their time with their comrades changed their lives forever.
To fulfill his New Albany High School graduation requirement, 18-year-old Max Yudovich helped conduct cancer research at a Nationwide Children's Hospital lab, focusing on the human body's complex molecular codes and how they might correlate with some of the world's most destructive diseases.
New Albany seventh-grader Kavin S. Vedamoorthy received three awards at the Ohio Academy of Science's State Science Day on May 11 at the Ohio State University.
The five seniors honored by the Upper Arlington Women's Club this year looked like ordinary high school students -- maybe a bit more dressed up than usual -- but in their humanitarian efforts, they surpassed what most students accomplish in four years of high school.
The New Albany-Plain Local School District's updated five-year forecast now projects a more than $4 million deficit in fiscal year 2016 after Treasurer Rebecca Jenkins found an accounting error in the previous forecast.
In response to a new state law, Plain Township will increase the amount of its contributions to the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund on behalf of local firefighters.
New Albany police are investigating another case of identity fraud related to 2013 tax returns, the third incident recently reported by residents on Vaux Link.
The March 2 fundraiser for the New Albany Women's Network netted $34,000, which almost met the goal of $40,000, organizers said.
New Albany likely will have a second hotel by next year.
To obtain a LEED certification for its new school building, the New Albany-Plain Local School District likely would have to spend $116,000 to $5 million.
Volunteer a few hours and enjoy an entire weekend of blues and jazz for free.
The New Albany-Plain Local school board May 6 reviewed its new teacher evaluation system with members of the Plain Local Education Association, the local teachers union.
New Albany will spend $969,000 this year to pave 17 streets and repair various others.
Eight employees will retire from the New Albany-Plain Local School District at the end of this school year.
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