New Albany News

Smart Columbus Debuts Pivot Navigation App

With an ever-increasing range of transportation options, Pivot, a new navigation app makes it easy to find the best way to get around central Ohio. The app features local transit options that include COTA buses, ride-hail, bikes, scooters and more. Download Pivot on the Apple App Store and Google Play …


New Albany Expands Economic Development Team

The city of New Albany recently expanded its economic development team with the appointment of Michael Loges as economic development manager. Loges brings more than 12 years of development experience, including work for the Ohio Development Services Agency, city of Columbus and the Central Ohio Transit Authority. He offers expertise …


State’s TechCred Grants Support Employee Training

Businesses can apply for TechCred, Ohio’s grants program that reimburses employers for the cost of technology training for employees, now through April 30. The TechCred website provides information about certification programs, ranging from business, construction, healthcare and information technology to cybersecurity and automation. A list of providers is …


Court Suspends Municipal Income Tax Refunds

A lawsuit filed in 2020 challenging employers’ municipal income tax withholding during the pandemic for employees who reside outside the city of employment has resulted in a suspension of potential tax refunds. Employers are required by law to continue withholding the taxes. Employees can complete and file a refund request …


New Albany Chamber Offers Implicit Bias Training

The New Albany Chamber’s year-long Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Trainings continue this month with program with a program on Implicit Bias on April 15.  The virtual training session, facilitated by the city of Columbus’ Citywide Training & Development division, is an interactive course exploring types of implicit bias, the effects …


Data Center Investment Here Boosts Ohio’s Ranking

When Ohio clinched the number one spot in Site Selection magazine’s Governor’s Cup annual rankings for total projects per capita, New Albany had three of the top 25 projects that catapulted the state to success. Facebook’s $1 billion investment as well as new projects by Google and Amazon were cited …