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Crafters' corner

Assessment report

Price for school building work is at least $156M

Upper Arlington's aging school buildings could prove pricy to repair and maintain, according to an assessment report by Turner Construction and Moody Nolan Inc.

Debate continues over 911 dispatch plan even as talks continue on deal

As a group of residents doggedly lobbies against Upper Arlington's plans to turn over its 911 emergency dispatching operations to Columbus, city officials continue to work toward finalizing the deal.

Vehicle thefts on the rise in Upper Arlington

According to data from the Upper Arlington Police Division, there has been a sharp increase in the number of automobile thefts in the city this year.

UA donates equipment to MARMET drug task force

Some Marion County safety officials tasked with finding and disposing of drug labs will now perform their duties a bit more safely, thanks to a donation from the Upper Arlington Fire Division.

Couple expanding pet wellness business to UA

A central Ohio couple plans to open two new stores in their burgeoning pet wellness business by next year, including one at the Shops on Lane Avenue.
Guest column

Time to nominate candidates for city's Wall of Honor

Once a year, the Upper Arlington Historical Society and the city of Upper Arlington come together to induct deserving people to the Wall of Honor.
Digital conversion continues

Middle school, high school students to be given laptops

The "digital conversion" for Upper Arlington schools will escalate soon as middle school and high school students receive individual laptop computers for classwork and homework.

Young dancers find joy in 'Nutcracker' roles

An annual holiday classic will feature a wealth of Upper Arlington talent next month when BalletMet performs The Nutcracker at the Ohio Theatre in downtown Columbus Dec. 11-27.

Upper Arlington council eases restrictions on ‘in-law suites’

In a move city leaders say will help senior citizens and adults with special needs age with their families, Upper Arlington City Council has eased restrictions on “in-law suites.”

Historical society seeks members

The Upper Arlington Historical Society is in the midst of its 2016 membership drive, which will continue into January.

Inducted into Arimathea Society

Making marks

Upper Arlington area students named to the honor and merit rolls for the first grading period of the 2015-16 school year at St. Charles Preparatory School are:

Upper Arlington library news

The following programs are offered by the Upper Arlington Public Library system. For more information, visit

Upper Arlington senior news

Upper Arlington Senior Center weekly activities are scheduled as follows:

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