New Albany Postpones Traditional July 4th Celebrations in Conjunction with Other Central Ohio Communities
The City of New Albany is postponing its traditional Independence Day events, including the New Albany parade and festival coordinated by the New Albany Community Events Board, and the evening fireworks. Additionally, this year’s New Albany Symphony 5K run will be a virtual event; more information can be accessed here....
May 13: Blood Drive at Public Service
Blood donations are going to be important as we all continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic. As elective surgeries are rescheduled, the demand for blood is going to sharply increase and we need to have blood on the shelves for the patients who need them. Along with The Philip...
New Albany Companies Manufacturing Essential Goods for America
Some manufacturers in New Albany’s International Business Park had never before produced hand sanitizer but saw a need and responded. Others were already producing sanitizers and soaps prior to the COVID-19 pandemic but ramped up production even more to meet consumer demand throughout the country. Still others in the park...
National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
Every year during the second week of April, the telecommunications personnel in the public safety community are honored. This week-long event, initially set up in 1981 by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in California, is a time to celebrate and thank those who dedicate their lives...
Facebook Offering $100 Million in Small Business Grants Throughout US
Facebook is offering $100 million in small business relief grants across the United States, including Franklin County (Ohio). Businesses must be: for-profit companies with 2-50 employees; in business for more than a year; and experienced challenges from COVID-19. Apply directly at the Facebook Grants Hub.