Be alert for scammers: They are out to get us

The caller informed me a virus had invaded my computer. I assumed it was a person calling from where I have a contract to take care of my computer.

House Bill 5 is another state funding cut for city

It is time to STAND UP and tell our state legislators to reject currently approved Substitute House Bill 5.

Mayor: Money spent now will benefit city for years to come

An opinion is an opinion and everyone has one. However, the facts do not support Jacquelyn Thompson's most recent letter to the editor.

'Mysterious selection' of board member needs to be explained

I wish to express my concern over the manner in which Dan Hayes was chosen as the new Reynoldsburg Board of Education member.
Upper Arlington

New president will lead UACA through another stellar year

The UACA president for 2015 will be Michael Dodge, who is finishing his third year of service as vice president and director-in-charge of The Walk.
Upper Arlington

Roles in high school musical should go to UAHS students

It has come to my attention that in the Upper Arlington High School production of Mary Poppins, the main roles of Jane and Michael Banks will be played by an elementary school boy and a middle school girl who is a New Albany resident.
Johnstown area

Committee will examine needs of school facilities in Northridge

We are working with a community-led district facility committee to explore what options the community should consider to ensure our students have the most appropriate learning environment possible to be successful in the 21st century.

Community's monthlong holiday celebrations were a success

I hope that residents of the community and visitors were able to experience the Historical Village at Weaver Park in December to enjoy the holiday lights, period decorations and take part in the festivities that were planned by a number of organizations.

Only good candidates, voters can end cycle of rash spending

When I took office as a member of Whitehall City Council in 2008, I immediately started sounding the alarm about the coming financial crisis.
New Albany

Performance audit could build support for district

Our district spent over $54 million in fiscal year 2014. That number is going to increase in each of the next several years.