More Upper Arlington News
Starting Monday, April 21, Kinnear Road in Upper Arlington will be closed to traffic east of the intersection with North Star and Waltham roads as the city continues preparations for construction of a roundabout.
Proceeds from the event, sponsored by Hyre & Associates and Herb Gillen Advertising, went to help the Upper Arlington High School PTO.
Although Upper Arlington officials maintain they must allow firearms to be carried openly in city parks in order to follow state law, a longtime resident asked them Monday to stand their ground and petition state lawmakers for the right to keep guns out of public areas.
Upper Arlington city officials have launched a new project to improve traffic flow on Lane Avenue through signal coordination.
A New Albany woman, community activist and breast cancer survivor who works to bring comfort and cures to others fighting various forms of the disease, is the 2014 Stefanie's Champion of Hope.
Upper Arlington police are investigating a half-dozen reports of thefts that occurred between April 9 and April 13, all involving vehicles that were left unlocked.
Hot on the heels of yesterday's Volunteer UA Expo at the Tremont Library, one of UA's finest volunteer-run community service groups will be making the rounds to our homes and neighborhoods, seeking financial support for the many community programs and special events it brings to life each year.
The Upper Arlington school district is seeking new principals at the high school and at Barrington Elementary School.
Small Business Community Heroes
Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first-ever Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program. Nominations are being accepted until May 29. The online nomination form can be found by visiting directenergy.com/heroes.
Of all the firsts I have experienced in my 10 months in Upper Arlington, I am most excited about the opportunity that stands before our school district now.
The Upper Arlington Fire Division will conduct its annual fire hydrant flushing through April 26.
Upper Arlington police filed felony charges of making a terroristic threat Wednesday, April 9, against a 58-year-old city resident who allegedly called the Giant Eagle Market District store twice and said he planned to “shoot up the store.”
Despite opposition from the city's police chief and several of its own members, Upper Arlington City Council could soon lift local restrictions on carrying firearms in public parks.
Public hearing set for April 14
Columbia Gas plans to replace gas pipelines in two Upper Arlington neighborhoods as part of a statewide program to upgrade infrastructure.