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Fostering respect, collaboration BEARS take charge at Hastings

A group of Hastings Middle School eighth-graders last week culminated a yearlong initiative to enhance respect and kindness at their school with an afternoon of team-building field games.

Farmers market shopping now available via app

Modern technology is meeting old-fashioned farmers markets thanks to a smartphone app developed by Upper Arlington resident Victor Strausbaugh.

'Transparency tool' will cost $23K

The city of Upper Arlington plans to launch a new online tool to allow its staffers and the public to analyze city revenues and expenditures.
Meeting the public

Hahn, Young ready to chat

The leaders of Upper Arlington's safety forces have planned a series of meet-and-greets with residents as a way to keep lines of communication open.
Devon Pool

Chlorine levels hiked to deal with crypto

As Columbus and Dublin last week closed their public swimming pools amid a two-county outbreak of cryptosporidiosis, Upper Arlington was ramping up its sanitation efforts at Devon Pool, even though the disease had not been found at the facility.

UA earns high marks for audit

The city of Upper Arlington has maintained its track record of satisfying standards for financial record-keeping and recording, according the state.
Recall effort fails

Upper Arlington City Council members grateful for support

A historic attempt to remove Upper Arlington City Council members by recall was shut out by local voters Tuesday, Aug. 23.

Driver indicted for fatal crash in Upper Arlington

The Franklin County Prosecutor's Office announced an 23-year-old man has been indicted in connection to a fatal crash that occurred in Upper Arlington last New Year's Eve.

UA pools get extra chlorine in response to crypto concerns

Upper Arlington Parks and Recreation officials are increasing the chlorine levels in Devon Pool in hopes of warding off a microscopic parasite causing problems in public swimming pools throughout Franklin and Delaware counties.
U.S. Senior Open

Economic impact could reach $15M

Even after Gene Sauers won the final round of the rain-delayed U.S. Senior Open on Monday, organizers of the event at Scioto Country Club still expect it to leave an impression on more than just golf fans.

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Military notes

* Ohio Army National Guard 1st Sgt. Izzet Kessler of Columbus recently completed combat training as part of the 812th Engineer Company at the Army's Joint Readiness Training Center in Fort Polk, Louisiana.

College notes

* Samantha Gauer, of Columbus, recently studied in Morocco as part of a study abroad group from Miami University.

Library notes

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