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The New Albany-Plain Township Historical Society will showcase renovations to the historic Ealy House at 6359 Dublin-Granville Road during a series of open houses in the next few weeks.
The 31 students in New Albany High School's upcoming presentation of The Crucible studied how hysteria can engulf a society and they plan to share what they've learned in their performances of the play Nov. 20-23.
Courtney Orr resigned as executive director of the New Albany Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 13 and Cherie Nelson, a chamber board member, became executive director Oct. 27, said Charles Dankworth, the chamber board chairman.
Local business park
New Albany will petition the U.S. Postal Service to consolidate the three ZIP codes in the International Personal Care and Beauty Campus to New Albany's 43054.
Nov. 4 election
New Albany voters will decide two local issues among the items they will see on their Nov. 4 general-election ballots.
As about 18,000 people were preparing to run the Nationwide Children's Hospital Columbus Marathon and Half Marathon on Oct. 19, Krista Seibert was running with 9,000 in the Dresden Marathon in Germany.
The New Albany Police Department investigated a second bomb threat in a local school building two days after a first caused an evacuation of New Albany High School on Oct. 14.
Courtney Orr resigned as executive director of the New Albany Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 13.
Two New Albany-Plain Local students invented a blade-tangling system to hold the line against adult competitors Oct. 11 at the first Quadcopter Battle Tournament held at COSI.
The New Albany-Plain Local school board on Oct. 13 unanimously approved a list of cuts that would be made if Issue 3 fails in the Nov. 4 election.
Oct. 14 incident
The New Albany Police Department is continuing to search for a person who wrote a bomb threat last week in a New Albany High School girls restroom.
The New Albany Police Department is investigating the theft of a Dodge Caravan at 10:01 a.m. Oct. 10 from a business in the 9000 block of Smith's Mill Road.
Franklin County auditor
Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo says his leadership experience and dedication to efficient property appraisals set him apart in his bid for re-election next month, while challenger Mike Schadek promises to bring greater transparency and more ethical accountability to the office.
Franklin County Children Services is working hard to protect neglected youngsters and earn voters' trust, an agency official says.
Students and adults who heard journalist Fareed Zakaria speak Oct. 14 said they left with a better understanding of world issues and hope for the future.