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Denison, SBCD and SEA Change Offer Trainings

Denison University is offering local New Albany employees a 25 percent discount, discount code: DE25, on registration fees for its Denison Edge Leadership Edge fall programs ranging from business analytics and account to marketing and logistics. All programs take place from 5:30 to 8:30 pm at the Edge’s downtown headquarters.

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Increase in Truck Traffic Expected on Mink Street

The City anticipates an increase in traffic along Mink Road during the months of July and August as initial work begins in preparation for construction of Intel’s recently announced investment in two state-of-the-art chip manufacturing factories on a nearly 1,000-acre site in New Albany. Miller Road, east of Clover Valley

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Police Department Offers Rape Defense Course

Women employees in New Albany can register for the New Albany Police Department’s summer Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) course or local companies can have the RAD program taught on site for ten employees or more. Topics include home safety, travel safety, situational awareness, and physical defense against sexual assaults. The

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New Albany Lands AmplifyBio Biotech Investment

“We are excited to expand our presence in the greater Columbus area, and specifically New Albany. We believe the innovation platform we are bringing to the region is synergistic with and reflective of the collaborative environment that I first noticed when I came to Ohio.”

Kelly Ganjei, AmplifyBio CEO and

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New Albany Beauty Park Factor in BBW’s Growth

“Despite global supply chain pressures, we presented full merchandise assortments to our customers as our vertically integrated, primarily North American supply chain provided a competitive advantage.”

Andrew Meslow, Former CEO, Bath & Body Works

 The 2021 Bath and Body Works annual report highlights the distinct advantages of New Albany Personal

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Website Lists Top 10 Reasons to Invest Here

Want to know why New Albany attracts and retains a remarkable range of businesses, from global headquarters and R&D facilities to industry leaders in information technology, high tech manufacturing, personal care and beauty and the life sciences? From its proactive, collaborative planning and 25 percent faster permitting to its highly

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City Begins Intel Roadway and Infrastructure

An initial $85 million grant from the state, combined with $1 million pledged by the city, will pave the way for roadway and infrastructure improvements in anticipation of Intel’s plans to build one of the world’s biggest semiconductor operations here. New Albany City Council has authorized the city to begin

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TIGER Talks, Expert Office Hours Promote Growth

Business owners looking for an exit strategy or beginning to think about phasing out of their business will find expert advice and insights at Innovate New Albany’s next TIGER Talk June 8 at the city incubator’s offices, 8000 Walton Parkway or virtually via Zoom. The free event features Michael Butler,

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Symphony, Healthy New Albany Host Rose Run Fest

New Albany Symphony, Healthy New Albany and local businesses will host the first annual Rose Run Fest from June 13 to June 18 at various locations throughout Rose Run Park and Market Square. This year’s event celebrates Vienna, Austria – the capital of classical music and the heartbeat of European

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Village Center DORA Launches at Founders Day

Village Center DORA, New Albany’s new Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area, officially launched last month at the annual Founder’s Day celebration. Village Center DORA is designed to bring people together to enjoy all that Village Center has to offer while supporting local restaurants, bars and shops. Now, residents and visitors can

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City, Local Businesses Celebrate Econ Dev Week

New Albany Community Development staff hosted an afternoon reception with small business owners and visited several local companies to share coffee and bagels in celebration of Economic Development Week. Staff member visits with employees at Lower, Axium and Canine Companions are all part of the city’s effort to create a

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Facebook Expands Investment to $1.5 Billion Here

Citing local support and infrastructure, Meta, the parent company of Facebook, announced plans to expand its New Albany Data Center by two buildings, bringing the company’s total investment in the community to $1.5 billion. The company thanked local and statewide partners, specifically the City of New Albany, for its

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VanTrust Continues Robust Expansion in New Albany

VanTrust, is set to break ground on two additional industrial buildings in New Albany, continuing its robust momentum in the New Albany International Business Park. At over 524,000 square feet and situated on a 42-acre site, New Albany 525 will be the largest speculative industrial building in the business

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ABERCROMBIE & FITCH FIGHTS POVERTY, RACIAL INJUSTICE

Multinational retailer Abercrombie & Fitch has donated approximately $100,000 to World Vision USA, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit that helps children, families and communities reach their full potential by addressing poverty and injustice. “Abercrombie isn’t a brand where you need to fit in—it’s one where everyone truly belongs. We lead with

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Foundation Announces Acclaimed Lecture Series

The New Albany Community Foundation’s New Albany Lecture Series celebrates its 10th anniversary season with a diverse group of experts in fields ranging from civil discourse and social justice to national security and health and wellness. Deepak Chopra, MD, a pioneer in integrative medicine and best-selling author, kicks off the

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New Albany Launches Food Composting Program

The City of New Albany launched a food composting program this spring giving residents and businesses the opportunity to collect compostable food waste and drop it off at any of the following compost drop-off locations. The designated sites include the Public Service building, 7800 Bevelhymer Road; Village Hall, 99 W.

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