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New Albany developers turn sights toward U.S. 62, state Route 161 interchange
May 21, 2024: The city of New Albany wants to know what residents, business owners and community leaders think when it comes to developing one of the city's areas targeted for growth.
Intel’s Ohio site will become AI systems hub for America, CEO Pat Gelsinger tells Columbus audience
May 15, 2024: Intel Corp. CEO Pat Gelsinger predicted the company’s Ohio complex would become the AI systems hub for America during an appearance in Columbus.
Why Intel picked Ohio, according to Keyvan Esfarjani
May 10, 2024: Keyvan Esfarjani is chief global operations officer and general manager of foundry manufacturing and supply chain at Intel.
Licking Memorial Health Systems expands with new clinic
April 29, 2024: To meet the growing population, Licking Memorial added a school-based clinic in Pataskala. It’s located inside Licking Heights High School, making it Licking Memorial’s first clinic that operates inside a school.
Intel to help improve water quality in the Licking Watershed
April 25, 2024: Gov. Mike DeWine, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and Intel are teaming up for a new H2Ohio project that will help improve water quality in the Licking Watershed.
Mount Carmel New Albany adds new emergency department for first time
April 17, 2024: Intel’s move to the area is bringing an influx of population, and with more people, there are more patients. To meet the growing population, Mount Carmel is expanding its New Albany hospital by adding a new emergency department.
How are Ohio colleges partnering with Intel ahead of plant’s launch?
March 29, 2024: Intel has more than $50 million in play for research with 80 Ohio educational institutions on semiconductors and employee training for its plants.
Time for Intel to cash in its chips
March 28, 2024: Long-promised federal funds are finally flowing to the tech giant as it builds up its now $28 billion Central Ohio campus.
Ohio semiconductor factories will play a role in strengthening national security
March 25, 2024: Biden administration official said domestic chip production would strengthen supply chain resilience.
Intel’s Ohio project’s first phase upped to $28B upon Chips Act award
March 20, 2024: Intel has increased the construction estimate for its Ohio One semiconductor fabrication complex to $28 billion, up from $20 billion when announced in January 2022.
UC receives federal money to expand Intel’s labor pool
March 11, 2024: University of Cincinnati will receive federal money from the latest appropriations bill to help Intel build out a workforce for its new microchip manufacturing plant in central Ohio.
Columbus State on expanding the women workforce in the manufacturing industry
March 4, 2024: Intel's investment in Ohio also comes with a promise to invest in bringing more women into the tech workforce, and it's starting at the college level.