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Mott moving, will resign from New Albany City Council

New Albany City Council member Mike Mott has submitted his resignation effective July 31.

Busing restored for all K-5 students

New Albany-Plain Local Schools students in grades kindergarten through 5 will be eligible for busing in the upcoming academic year, regardless of how close they live to their school buildings.

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On the move

David S. DeLong of New Albany recently was promoted to the position of staff specialist for field services at Geotechnical Consultants Inc.

Senior draws on love of animals for project

When New Albany High School rising senior Katie Cahill needed to choose a senior-seminar project, she settled on a solution that would merge her two passions: art and animals.

Training empowers women to fight assault

No one is immune to the risk of becoming a victim of crimes or assaults, according to Leland Kelly, a New Albany police officer.
New superintendent

Sawyer's first goal: Restore curriculum department

When Michael Sawyers officially takes over as New Albany-Plain Local Schools superintendent Aug. 1, his goals will be to lead with focus and put students first.
Police beat

New Albany: Reported burglary, car theft occurred on same block

Sedgwick Drive was the site for both an alleged vehicle theft and a reported burglary July 1.
Foundation in Focus

Collaboration helps community face mental-health issues

Last October, the New Albany Community Foundation hosted Mariel Hemingway as part of the Jefferson Series, and in doing so, it started an important community dialogue about behavioral and mental health.

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College notes

* Charles Cash of New Albany was named to Loyola University Maryland's dean's list for the spring 2016 semester.

All K-5 busing could be restored

The New Albany-Plain Local School District might abolish its 2-mile eligibility limit for elementary-student busing.
Annexation approval

City adds 134 acres in Licking County

New Albany will grow by 134 acres as the result of recent development efforts by the New Albany Co.

School board names four to insurance-advisory group

A committee designed to look into health-insurance options for New Albany-Plain Local School District personnel will begin work now that the school board approved its members.
Police beat

New Albany: Man alleges identity fraud against former coworker

An alleged white-collar crime involving identity fraud was reported to the New Albany Police Department earlier this month.
City notebook

Local authorities emphasize respect, relationships

One day after the events that transpired in Dallas, our New Albany staff received an email asking what the New Albany Police Department was doing to keep our community and our officers safe.

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