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Protest filed over Greenhill recall petition

A former Upper Arlington mayor has filed a protest against an initiative to oust a local city councilman because he was identified by his nickname on a recent petition drive.

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Lane Road Branch Library

Schullers take July 4 parade spotlight

An Upper Arlington couple who have made fighting cancer their lives' work will be the guests of honor at next week's July 4 parade.

City sells land to settle title dispute

Upper Arlington settled a two-year legal dispute over a property title last week by selling an undeveloped piece of land along Upper Chelsea Road.
U.S. Olympic trials

UA graduate qualifies for Rio in diving

Abby Johnston acknowledged she will carry a chip on her shoulder all the way to the 2016 Summer Olympics.
John F. Wolfe dies at 72

Former 'Dispatch' publisher remembered as local leader

John F. Wolfe, the former publisher of The Columbus Dispatch and a Columbus business leader and philanthropist, died June 24 at the James Cancer Hospital at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
Music in the Parks

Concert series diversifies to seek wider audience

Although its first month is nearly in the books, there still are five more opportunities -- including this week -- for music enthusiasts to catch live outdoor music performances.

Three-day tourney's a home run for Make-a-Wish

Turns out, there is crying in baseball.
City notes

UA really knows how to mark Independence Day

On Monday, we will gather to celebrate our nation's independence UA-style, with the annual parade, evening festival and fireworks. Few traditions are more revered in Upper Arlington than the UA Civic Association's plans for celebrating the Fourth of July. It's a time of pride, family, high school reunions, food and fun.
Wexner Medical Center

Kingsdale facility to open in stages

The public will have a chance this weekend to get a first look at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center's 104,000-square-foot outpatient care facility.

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Honor roll

The following students have been named to the honor rolls at Hastings Middle School for the fourth quarter of the 2015-16 school year:

College notes

* Columbus students named to the Hiram College spring 2016 dean's list include Derinne Callaghan and Andrew Lisak.

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