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For the fifth consecutive year, a peloton established in honor of cancer crusader Stefanie Spielman was the top grassroots fundraising team for a bicycle tour to support the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center-Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute.
After two years of just missing out, the Upper Arlington Public Library has again received a top ranking from Library Journal magazine.
Upper Arlington officials are ready to update residents and other stakeholders on their plans to begin rebuilding Tremont Road in 2015.
Upper Arlington Parks and Recreation Director Tim Moloney was tapped last week to lead central Ohio's seven-county Metro Parks system.
A 42-year-old Columbus man reported to Upper Arlington police that he was conducting a transaction at the teller window of a bank in the 1900 block of West Henderson Road about 11:55 a.m. Nov. 14 when an unidentified woman became upset that he was taking so long.
The city has long recognized the disconnect between the worsening condition of our critical but aging infrastructure networks and how much maintenance work has been implemented through our capital improvement program (CIP).
Upper Arlington High School choir students will canvass city neighborhoods this weekend to "sing for their supper" and collect donations to support choral programs.
Wellington Upper School
Love is complicated and comical in six one-act plays called All in the Timing, to be staged this weekend by Wellington Upper School students.
The New James
With pomp and pageantry, officials last week unveiled the new Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center and ushered in a new era they said could lead to a cancer-free world.
The Metro Parks Board of Commissioners announced Nov. 12 that Tim Moloney will be the organization’s new executive director, succeeding John O’Meara, who will retire at the end of this month.
Upper Arlington residents and students bid heartfelt goodbyes last week to a retiring postman they said did much more than deliver mail for the past two decades.
Upper Arlington has received more national accolades after a business and technology news website recently ranked the city among the best in the country.
An Upper Arlington man who served his country during wars in Iraq and Afghanistan now is on a mission to raise local funds to fly military veterans to Washington, D.C., where they would visit war memorials and share their stories.
Christmas in the Park
Upper Arlington parents and children hoping to get some one-on-one time with Santa Claus can make their reservations for the annual Christmas in the Park celebration Friday, Nov. 14.
Upper Arlington police last week identified a discarded cigarette, and not an incident of biblical proportions, as the cause of a burning bush at a local pizza shop.