Alive with Traditions! Nothing has ever given me more of a small-town vibe than Summer of 2018 in New Albany, Ohio. I was inspired to write this #newalbanystories entry after reading the story, by Steve Joseph, about his memories of New Albany Little League in the 70’s. Our family and
You are cordially invited by the New Albany-Plain Township Historical Society to attend: NEW ALBANY’S WWI CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION AND REMEMBRANCE VETERAN’S DAY NOVEMBER 11, 2018 at 6:30 P.M. (DOORS OPEN AT SIX.) Noah’s Event Center 175 E. Main Street New Albany, Ohio This is a free eve
Every now and again, I look up Eagles Pizza’s website. I miss the pizza and like to look at the photos. But it is not just the pizza photos I like to see, it is all the photos of New Albany I really like to see! I grew up there but have been in Texas since 1984. I worked at Dair
An American veteran of World War II and a German Jew whom he helped to rescue in Nazi-occupied Holland shared the stage at Granville Middle School (also in New Albany & Johnstown) yesterday to talk about their experiences and to preach the importance of tolerance.
62 Round About Now Open This was the word as of 3 month ago! Residents traveling between Johnstown and New Albany will have to find an alternate route to Johnstown Road (U.S. Route 62) this summer because of a bridge replacement and road resurfacing. The Ohio Department of Transportat
Summer Movie Series presented by Eagles Pizza Friday August 15th: Back to the Future Get in back-to-school mode by going back in time with Marty McFly. This 80’s classic will entertain the entire family. Festivities will begin at 7:30 with music and free popcorn. Other concessions ite
Dennis Keesee has brought back movie night in New Albany with the first one this coming Friday night at the Wexner Park pavilion. This beautiful signage was done by Sean Alley owner of ProSign on the side of Eagles Pizza, at the exact location where movies were actualy shown, I believ
Silence of Country Living Tradition ran deep in the small farming community of New Albany, Ohio. I always thought that some things would never change. I would start out by driving to school with my sister, who drove an old Oldsmobile. We would find a parking spot in big rocks amongst