New Albany News

Beau Schoener Memorial Golf Outing

The Plain Township New Albany Firefighters Foundation will tee off for its annual Beau Schoener Memorial Golf Outing with a 9 am shotgun start on July 31 at New Albany Golf Links. The $121 cost per player includes golf, snacks, lunch, dinner, beer, adult drinks, silent auction and cash prizes. Visit the foundation for more…


Lower, EMH&T, Discover Named Best Work Places

Columbus CEO magazine’s annual Top Workplaces included several New Albany International Business Park businesses in its 2020 list. Lower.com, which has grown to nearly 200 employees since it launched its financial technology firm focused on digital banking, ranked first for mid-sized organizations with 125 to 349 employees. Two of the earliest park tenants, Discover Financial…


Chamber Announces Facebook’s COVID-19 Relief Fund Recipients

Facebook has awarded $150,000 in Covid-19 Relief Fund grants to small businesses throughout the community. The grants, ranging from $,000 to $5,000, can be used for expenses that include leases, mortgages, payroll, utilities, supplies, maintenance and repairs and unforeseen expenses such as new health and safety requirements. The New Albany Chamber served as the fiscal…


Bob Evans Farms Supports Veterans

New Albany-based Bob Evans Farms held its fourth annual Heroes to CEOs event virtually this year. Bob Evans awarded grants to three veteran-owned businesses. Bronze Star Homes and Baby So Right, based in North Carolina, each received $10,000. New York-based Milk Money Kitchens received $30,000, The program has given $260,000 in grants to veteran-owned businesses…


Loyal Customers Support Red Twig and First Responders

Despite having to cancel its 2020 Peony Festival which attracts 7,000 people annually, Red Twig Farms’ loyal customer base has helped keep the company on track despite having to close its farm store due to COVID-19. With 15,000 tulips ready to be harvested and sold in March, owners Lindsey and Josh McCullough took to Instagram…