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UA State of the Schools
Upper Arlington schools will seek ongoing public input to shape plans to upgrade buildings across the district, and will hone personalized learning for individual students, officials said during the State of the Schools address on Feb. 3.
Upper Arlington set a record last year in terms of investment in new construction and city officials said last week they don't anticipate a slowdown in 2016.
'380' numbers arrive
The day of the long dial has arrived as the new 380 area code joins the longstanding 614 area code in central Ohio.
Northam Park redesign
As the city develops plans for what's been a contentious discussion about Northam Park's future, officials will lean on someone who saw his fair share of challenges in neighboring Columbus.
The city of Upper Arlington recently handed out several awards to residents and a business for helping others and providing important services to the community.
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School board retreat
The Upper Arlington Board of Education scheduled a two-day retreat at Mohican State Park Lodge in Perrysville this week to discuss a number of pending issues and to plot a course for this year's work.
As the student information system coordinator for the Upper Arlington School District, Terry Starr is an expert on handling and collecting data.
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Some who attend a exhibition of figurative ceramics, by 13 female artists, that interpret what equality means in today's world may have preconceived notions of what they will see.
Upper Arlington police stopped a speeding vehicle last week, only to find the driver was underage and had been given the keys because his father was too intoxicated to drive.
Upper Arlington police are asking for the public’s help in finding the man who robbed a local Subway last month.
Northam Park redevelopment
Members of a group opposed to a large-scale redevelopment of Northam Park and other residents who attended last week's City Council conference session say they like the direction in which plans to redevelop Northam Park seem to be headed.
Look for coverage of the Feb. 3 State of the Schools event on ThisWeekNews.com and in the Feb. 11 edition of ThisWeek Upper Arlington News .