New Albany News

Family-Owned Eagles Pizza Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Widely known for its wafer-thin crust, house-tossed dough, square pieces and its hands-on owners, Eagles Villa Pizza, 2 N. High Street, is celebrating 50 years of business in New Albany. Since the pizzeria opened in 1971, the community has grown from a small village to a city of 11,000. …


Amgen Announces Assembly and Packaging Facility

Amgen, one of the world’s leading independent biopharmaceutical companies, plans to to build a $365 million product assembly and packaging facility on 177 acres of land south of State Route 161 and west of Beech Road in The New Albany International Business Park. The first phase of the project is …


Lower Earns Stadium Naming Rights, Workplace Praise

Lower, a fast-growing fintech mortgage lending and refinancing company, is on a roll. The company, located at 8131 Smith’s Mill Road, has grown to nearly 1,000 employees at its headquarters here. It recently earned naming rights to the new downtown Columbus Crew Stadium which will be known as Lower.com …


Chrysler Ranks among Most Influential Leaders

Citing New Albany’s success in attracting the trifecta of data companies – Amazon, Facebook and Google – as well as personal care, corporate office, healthcare, manufacturing and distribution operations, Columbus Business First named Jennifer Chrysler, director of community development, to its Power 100 list. It’s the second time she has …


Amphitheater Dedication Slated for August 31

The community is invited to a dedication for the new Charleen and Charles Hinson Amphitheater at 4:30 pm on Tuesday, August 31 followed by live performances on the stage, food trucks and opportunities to explore the outdoor venue. The 800-seat amphitheater is located at 170 W. Dublin-Granville Road on the …