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Play ball!

Community turns out for opening day

Scores of boys and girls raced onto the Field 3 outfield grass at Northam Park Monday night as their teams were announced in anticipation of the call to "Play ball!"
July 4 parade

Schullers named grand marshals

Preparations for the community's largest one-day celebration took a big step forward for this year when the Upper Arlington Civic Association announced the theme and grand marshals for the 2016 parade.
Raise the Roof

Annual event key to community projects

An annual event organizers say is key to providing continued support for projects and programs aimed at enhancing the Upper Arlington community will return next week.
Police beat

UA: Expired license tags lead to woman's arrest

A woman suspected of stealing items from vehicles on the city's west side was arrested after police say she was found driving illegally and with stolen property in her car.

Locals among group that sojourned to Mexico

Mexico is a spring-break hot spot, but usually only the cities on the coast see any visitors.
City notes

Local grassroots efforts are a boon

Upper Arlington is fortunate to be called home by so many individuals and families who understand the value and importance of giving back to their community in some way. The efforts of these civic-minded citizens set Upper Arlington apart and contribute to a unique quality that makes it such a desirable place in which to live and raise our children.
$2.5 million project

Motts plans second-largest 9/11 exhibit

The official kickoff of a fundraising campaign to construct a building to house 9/11 memorabilia at Motts Military Museum in Groveport is scheduled at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium on May 6.
Battelle for Kids program

Windermere chosen as site for 5K and Kids Run

For the second consecutive year, Battelle for Kids will hold a Celebrate Teaching 5K and Kids Run May 7 to champion the cause of classroom educators.

Golden Apple Awards honor top educators

For years, Upper Arlington Civic Association members have closely guarded the results of their votes to honor outstanding teachers in the Upper Arlington district, Mountview Christian Preschool, St. Agatha Catholic School, St. Andrew School and Wellington School.

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Library notes

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College notes

* Samantha Ryland, of Columbus, has joined the Alpha Phi sorority chapter at Ashland University.

Senior Center

The Upper Arlington Senior Center, 1945 Ridgeview Road, offers multiple services as well as cultural, recreational, volunteer and educational opportunities. Sponsored by the UA Parks and Recreation Department, the center hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.

Advent Lutheran celebrates 50 years

Advent Lutheran Church, 3660 Kenny Road, will host a 50th anniversary celebration at 10 a.m. May 1.

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