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Pretty fly for a hardware guy
A devotion to customer service and the melding of old-fashioned features with cutting-edge technology recently earned Nutter Hardware a very hip designation.
Some 200 artists working in 16 different mediums, plus interactive activities and live music, will be among the highlights of the upcoming Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival.
After developing a concept to increase the reuse of otherwise discarded clothing materials, an Upper Arlington High School graduate has proposed a local, curbside recycle program for textiles.
An Upper Arlington program aimed at fostering local adult and youth leaders, as well as community activism, will enter its 26th year when it opens its 2014-15 class this fall.
Upper Arlington police are searching for an unidentified female who allegedly struck a man with her vehicle following a confrontation on the city's west side.
A couple of things came across my desk this week that I thought were worth sharing in today's column.
Rosie is ready. The newest member of the ministry team at Atonement Lutheran Church on the Northwest Side comes fully equipped with four legs, a soft gold coat, shiny wet nose and mild brown eyes that seem to say, "It's going to be all right."
More than 1,000 guests are expected at the annual Golden Bear Bash in Upper Arlington to enjoy live music, culinary offerings from local restaurants and live and silent auctions.
If money talks, Americans for Prosperity hopes Upper Arlington residents are listening.
Upper Arlington is expected to pay the city of Columbus nearly $60,000 for repairs to local water lines that took place in 2013.
The reconstruction of the Northam Park parking lot is expected to enter its second phase this week, and city officials hope to conclude the project this fall.
The Upper Arlington Public Library has completed a multimillion-dollar energy-conservation project at two local branches that officials say will also enhance patrons' visits.
A confrontation over driving might have escalated further last week, if not for one person's concern for his sick cat.
Upper Arlington voters will have only one strictly local issue on the Nov. 4 ballot this year -- and that's just what city officials want.