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School board approves union deal

The New Albany-Plain Local school board on July 27 approved a two-year contract with the Ohio Association of Public School Employees, which represents the district's bus drivers, cafeteria workers and custodians.

Movie night

The outdoor movie series continues Aug. 14 with a screening of The Avengers.
Fulfillment center

Amazon eyeing land in Etna, Obetz

Amazon could bring another 2,000 jobs to Ohio with a fulfillment center, according to state officials.

Country, pop acts to perform Sept. 20 at Classic

The New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix and Family Day on Sept. 20 will feature a mix of pop and country during its annual concert.
Police beat

New Albany: Officers investigating string of recent thefts

The New Albany Police Department investigated several theft reports last week:

City's third annual Touch-a-Truck event scheduled Aug. 22

New Albany's third annual Touch-a-Truck event next month will feature the typical heavy equipment that fascinates children and will add some yard-work tips for parents.

Playground added near Bevelhymer Park soccer field

The New Albany Youth Soccer League recently built a playground at the northeast soccer field in Bevelhymer Park, 7860 Bevelhymer Road.
Updated 1:05 p.m. July 24

Jablonka resigns; Raymond and Gonda will take over as middle school co-principals

New Albany Middle School is expected to have another new principal when classes resume next month.

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Patrons can sample city's finest fare at Taste event Aug. 2

Cherie Nelson, executive director of the New Albany Chamber of Commerce, said she expects 1,500 people at A Taste of New Albany on Aug. 2 and tickets are sold out even though organizers added seating.

Key Club leads effort to wipe out tetanus

Key Club members from New Albany High School and other central Ohio high schools raised more than $1,500 from a car wash July 18 at the Church of the Resurrection on Dublin-Granville Road in New Albany.

New Albany-Plain Local will wait one more year for levy request

The New Albany-Plain Local school board on July 13 accepted the administration’s recommendation to wait one year before seeking an operating levy on the general-election ballot in the fall of 2016.

Authorities urge residents to lock doors at night

New Albany police on July 16 arrested two people and recovered stolen property from two separate burglaries after an arrangement in which plain-clothes officers attempted to purchase the stolen property.
Police beat

New Albany: Three recent arrests all drug-related

Drug-related arrests accounted for three incident reports last week from the New Albany Police Department:

New Albany Police arrest two suspected burglars, recover stolen property

New Albany police on July 16 arrested two people and recovered stolen property from two separate burglaries after an arrangement in which plain-clothes officers attempted to purchase the stolen property from the suspects.

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