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The New Albany-Plain Local school board on Sept. 22 reviewed as much as $8 million in potential cuts if Issue 3 were to fail in the November general election.
Columbus Jewish Day School
Students at the Columbus Jewish Day School have been learning how honeybees affect the nation's food supply.
The New Albany Police Department is investigating three more thefts from vehicles, two of which occurred on James River Road.
A neighborhood-based type of senior housing is scheduled to open on Harlem Road north of New Albany on Oct. 15.
The New Albany Women's Network's annual charity fashion show on Nov. 8 will benefit Cornerstone of Hope of Columbus, an organization that helps families of grieving children and schools dealing with the loss of a student.
New Albany Middle School students and teachers worked Sept. 24 alongside students and professors from Columbus State Community College to create wetlands north of the new 1-8 building.
The New Albany-Plain Local school board on Sept. 22 reviewed $7.5 million in potential cuts if Issue 3 fails in the November general election.
The New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix and Family Day on Sept. 21 was attended by 15,000 people and raised an estimated $1.7 million for the Center for Family Safety and Healing, a nonprofit that partners with other organizations to stop family violence.
The roundabout at Market and Main streets opened Sept. 20 after nearly four months of construction, but city officials warned parts of it will be closed this fall as more features are added.
The New Albany Police Department is investigating several thefts from motor vehicles.
The New Albany Planning Commission and New Albany City Council reviewed subdivision plans last week.
The New Albany Planning Commission on Sept. 15 approved a conditional-use permit, several variances and a final development plan for a Turkey Hill gasoline station and convenience store at the southeast corner of Johnstown Road and Woodcrest Way.
New Albany City Council on Sept. 16 voted 5-0 to waive competitive-bidding requirements and authorize City Manager Joseph Stefanov to sign an agreement to build two sections of leisure trail on the north and south sides of Walnut Street, east of Bevelhymer Road.
Thirty New Albany-Plain Local students in grades 8-12 will have the opportunity to study volcanoes in Hawaii in June 2015 as part of the district's third STEM Expedition course.
The New Albany Rotary Club is offering two international scholarship opportunities for local students.