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The Ohio Division of Liquor Control ruled last week that the Giant Eagle Market District at Kingsdale Center will be permitted to become a state liquor agency, the second in Upper Arlington.
Upper Arlington residents and businesses recently helped their community earn a $90,000 grant to install energy-efficient lighting at the Northam Park parking lot.
United German Singing Societies of Central Ohio
Five prominent central Ohio singing groups that honor their German and Swiss heritages by performing music from those cultures will join together for their second Grand Concert Oct. 5.
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.
The following programs are offered by the Upper Arlington Public Library system. For more information, visit ualibrary.org.
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* Shelby Delp of Upper Arlington graduated from Ohio University at its May 2014 commencement, earning a degree in business economics. She will pursue a master's degree at OU this fall.
Early this summer, we put out a broad invitation to the community to participate in the Upper Arlington AEP Ohio Energy Savers Program.
Occasional graffiti gave way to a large, colorful mural at Upper Arlington's Windermere Elementary School, thanks to a group of Upper Arlington High School students.
Middle school fundraiser
Golden bears will soon be creeping around Upper Arlington each night, congregating in one yard for a night and a day, then moving on the next under cover of darkness.
Life will never be the same for the family and friends of Cole Ryan Smoot.
Oct. 5 at Civic Park
Reynoldsburg is sponsoring a Heroes for Heroes 5K Obstacle Race, hoping to attract groups from throughout central Ohio for muddy fun and challenging obstacles.
A tiny cookbook for little children is Catherine Murray's big ambition.
If you have been reading the news the last few weeks, you are aware that the Ohio Department of Education released its local report cards for the 2013-14 school year.
The New Albany Community Foundation's next Jefferson Series will begin with journalist Fareed Zakaria on Oct. 14 at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts, 100 W. Dublin-Granville Road in New Albany.