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Leadership winners

Neighbors in the news

* Clark Spencer Larsen, of Upper Arlington, recently was elected to the National Academy of Sciences.

Education briefs

* Upper Arlington High School students Becina J. Ganther and Yijun Kang recently were awarded $2,500 from the National Merit Scholarship Corp.
The Walk

UACA wraps up annual fundraiser

Volunteers and members of the Upper Arlington Civic Association last week wrapped up another roving fundraiser that has helped bring entertainment and cohesion to the community the past three decades.

Repeat robbery suspects arrested

Two suspects in a pair of robberies at a local pharmacy are slated to appear in court this week after being arrested by Upper Arlington police last week.

Tree of Life's case against city sent back to district court

Tree of Life Christian Ministries' five-year legal battle to open a school in Upper Arlington's largest office building appears likely to continue, after a decision last week sent the case back to federal district court.

Seniors in class of 2016 will graduate May 29

Upper Arlington High School will bid congratulations and adieu to its class of 2016 on Sunday, May 29, when it hosts its 92nd annual commencement at the Ohio State University.
Police beat

UA: Man faces drug charges after traffic stop

A Columbus man was charged with a felony and several misdemeanors following a traffic stop last week, which allegedly led police to several stashes of drugs.

Bestselling author Grissom to visit library

"New York Times" bestselling author Kathleen Grissom will visit the Upper Arlington Public Library at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 26, to discuss her debut novel and its follow-up companion book.

Idea brewing for sour-beer spot in Marble Cliff

A craft-beer enthusiast has presented a concept for a brewery in Marble Cliff that could leave a sour taste in people's mouths -- in a good way.

Two arrested in connection with UA robberies

Upper Arlington police said Thursday, May 19, they had arrested a man they believed robbed the same local pharmacy twice in one week.
Hastings Middle School

Walk-a-Thon steps up global awareness

For the second consecutive year, students at Hastings Middle School held a one-day walk-a-thon to raise awareness and money for people affected by a long-running civil war in Africa.

Tree of Life case sent back to district court

The ongoing court fight to determine if Tree of Life Christian Ministries can open a school in Upper Arlington’s largest office will wage on, after a decision this week sent the case back to district court.

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