New Albany will contribute $15,000 to the New Albany-Plain Local School District to establish a permanent renewable-energy education center south of Swickard Woods and north of New Albany Middle School.
New Albany has its first union contract with service department workers who have joined United Steelworkers Local 9110.
Plain Township trustees say Administrator Ben Collins has achieved all of his goals and will receive a raise in 2014.
The Ohio Department of Education on Dec. 13 is expected to release the number of students in each district who have failed the third-grade reading test.
New Albany police responded Nov. 26 to another drug-related incident at New Albany High School, 7600 Fodor Road.
The New Albany Women's Network is seeking applications from nonprofit groups in central Ohio that would like to benefit from its two annual fundraisers: the 2014 fashion show and the 2015 Evening in New Albany.
More than 60 parents recently got to try out new computers their children soon will be using.
New Albany City Council on Dec. 3 declined to approve Councilman Chip Fellows' request to put lights on an evergreen tree for the holiday season.
When Cameron Mitchell's new steak house, the Barn at Rocky Creek, opens in June, customers will be able to enjoy features like a covered entrance, additional outdoor seating and an enclosed patio bar.
The New Albany Children's Ballet Theatre's performances of The Nutcracker from Dec. 13-15 will feature more than 200 dancers from central Ohio.
The New Albany-Plain Local School District's new volunteer and visitor policy went into effect Dec. 2.
Two New Albany High School students were questioned Nov. 20 in connection to a drug-abuse case, according to New Albany police.
When Jesse Swickard was courting Lizzie Carpenter on snowy days in the early 1900s, Lizzie could hear the bells on Jesse's sleigh when he was traveling from his farm at Central College and Harlem roads to her Plain Township home, where New Albany High School now sits.
In an effort to keep up with changing times and changing demographics in the Northland area, members of Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist have launched a store.
Officials with Cancer Support Community Central Ohio hope a new location will increase awareness of the nonprofit organization's focus on support, education and hope as important components to treating people with the disease.
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