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A federal court last week ruled Upper Arlington did not discriminate against a religious organization that sought to open a school in the city's largest office building.
Supporters and critics of Issue 6 are making their final arguments as the May 6 ballot nears.
Upper Arlington officials recently narrowed a pool of more than 100 applicants to 10 in a search for a new assistant city manager.
Upper Arlington school leaders are teaming with Battelle for Kids to create a new strategic plan designed to become a "road map to the future," according to Superintendent Paul Imhoff.
Registered Republicans in the 24th Ohio House District will be asked May 6 to choose the party's representative in the November general election.
The Ohio Auditor's Office once again has recognized the Upper Arlington Finance Department for going above and beyond state requirements in financial recordkeeping and reporting.
Bike and Build
After witnessing the impacts homelessness and poor housing conditions can have on developing minds and bodies, a central Ohio native has decided to dedicate his summer to bringing attention to those issues.
The Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce will host the annual citywide garage sale, which also showcases local businesses, next weekend.
Two longtime members of the Upper Arlington Senior Center have been honored for volunteer service to their peers.
Columbus police last week arrested a suspected car thief after he allegedly crashed into several vehicles while attempting to elude authorities, and then fled on foot through an Upper Arlington neighborhood.
U.S. District Court Judge George C. Smith has ruled that Upper Arlington did not discriminate against a religious organization that wants open a school in the city’s largest office building.
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.