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The spicy scent of chili at Upper Arlington High School March 1 marked the fourth annual S4SS (Strides for South Sudan) Chili Cook-Off, as global history classes continue to help a struggling medical clinic in Africa.
City Manager Ted Staton said this week that Upper Arlington continues to eye options for the possible consolidation of its emergency services dispatch operations.
Attorneys for Tree of Life Christian Ministries and the city of Upper Arlington are scheduled to file final arguments next month in a case to determine if a religious school has the right to operate within the city's largest office complex.
The parents of an Upper Arlington High School student called police after they said their son received threatening text messages from another student at the school.
St. Agatha Catholic Church, school
For nearly three decades, Tim and Glenda Huffman have weathered changing economies and continued to serve the Upper Arlington community through their family-owned grocery store, Huffman's Market at 2140 Tremont Center.
Volunteer UA Expo
The city of Upper Arlington and several community partners are seeking nonprofit exhibitors for an annual event that links organizations with volunteers.
Upper Arlington police are investigating an apparent breaking and entering at a local restaurant that resulted in the loss of money, a computer and jewelry.
Northam Park is our "central park" in many ways. It is home to one of our outdoor pools, the Northam Park tennis courts, sports fields, walking paths and a playground, as well as our Senior Center, Tremont Elementary School, the community's main library branch and St. Agatha's Church and School.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
A central Ohio organization dedicated to supporting blood cancer research and providing education and patient services to those affected by leukemia and lymphoma will kick off its annual "Man & Woman of the Year" contest this week.
Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce
A planned partnership with a nonprofit economic development group is at the heart of a "rebranding" campaign by the Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce.
It's a word that's batted around as a joke sometimes, but it's a painful word for students in Kim Wilson's multiple disabilities class at Upper Arlington High School.
From stepping into the shoes of a wicked Snow Queen in Frozen, mastering the art of illusion in a magic class or getting the chance to interact with animals from the Columbus Zoo, Wickliffe Progressive School students are delving into a variety of offerings this year in the After-School Discovery program.
Wittenberg University has announced its fall 2013 semester dean's list. To be named to the list, students must earn a 3.5 or better grade point average.
Effective March 26
The sale of electronic cigarettes to anyone younger than 18 soon will be illegal in Upper Arlington.
The Citizen Financial Review Task Force has been delving into its charge from Upper Arlington City Council since early December.