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Plain Township

Fire cuts will include employee pickup of health-care premiums

The Plain Township trustees on Dec. 17 unanimously agreed to require all township employees to begin paying 5 percent of their health-care premiums in 2015.

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New Albany-Plain Local

Fruitful early 2014 tempered by Issue 3 rejection

The New Albany-Plain Local School District opened the first section of its new 1-8 building last August and celebrated other accomplishments but a rejected levy request and its immediate ramifications closed 2014 on a sober note.

School board postpones busing reductions

The New Albany-Plain Local school board on Dec. 15 voted unanimously to delay transportation cuts until March 31.

Next levy attempt likely will be in November

The New Albany-Plain Local school board on Dec. 15 decided to wait until at least November for another levy attempt.

District's busing cuts earn residents' ire

About 80 people attended the New Albany-Plain Local School District's public meeting Dec. 11 about the elimination of busing for students who live within two miles of the school they attend.
Year in review

Plain Township's progress offset by fire-levy failure

Plain Township hired four full-time firefighters and added new fire department equipment, but a rejected fire levy made the most ripples in 2014.
Year in review

New builds, new jobs made 2014 merry for city leaders

New Albany's expansion of its city-center landscape and the addition of 1,600 jobs to its business parks were among the local highlights of 2014.
Police beat

New Albany: Vehicle stolen from driveway, others burglarized

The New Albany Police Department is investigating the theft of a Honda sport-utility vehicle, which was taken between 6:30 and 7:40 p.m. Dec. 5 from a driveway in the 5000 block of Snider Loop Road.

Longtime council clerk retires, could come back part-time

Betty Bosko, who has worked as New Albany City Council clerk since 1996, retired at the end of November.

Neighbors in the news

New Albany residents Elizabeth and Isabelle Campbell were awarded prizes in Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens' eighth annual Gingerbread Competition.

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Business news

Mount Carmel New Albany has received a Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award for patient experience for the ninth consecutive year.

ARB approves patio at Hudson 29 eatery

The New Albany Architectural Review Board on Dec. 8 voted 6-0 to approve a certificate of appropriateness for an outdoor patio at Hudson 29, the new Cameron Mitchell restaurant at 260 Market St.

New Albany-Plain Local school board delays transportation cuts

The New Albany-Plain Local school board on Dec. 15 voted unanimously to delay transportation cuts until March 31.

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