Kids who didn't know us reached out to help

Recently, we had the terrible experience of a water-main break in front of our house on Havens Corners Road.
Upper Arlington

City should add parking restrictions on Tremont, too

Upper Arlington City Council, as usual, ignores the obvious.
New Albany

Community must support teachers

Beginning Dec. 4, more than 50 New Albany teachers received written notice that they would lose their teaching positions as a result of the levy failure.

Park trail users: Please clean up after your dogs

I guess I am a little different from some dog owners in that I have noticed too many areas where people have not cleaned up after their dogs.

Resignations result of council move to control Bridge Street

Thursday, Dec. 11, as members of the Dublin Planning and Zoning Commission we jointly resigned from our appointments.
New Albany

What do residents want from schools?

One of the most common answers as to why we have schools is, "The purpose of schools must be preparing children to compete in the global environment."

The holidays are a good time to show off Hilliard

The holidays are a time for friends, family and finding something to do so everyone doesn't go stir crazy in your home.
New Albany

'The Crucible' was performed with expertise

Arthur Miller himself surely would have given high praise to the New Albany High School drama students last week for their performances of his legendary play, The Crucible. Intensity, passion, rage and drama raced across the stage as the witchery plot unfolded.

Metro Parks' Olentangy Greenway plan raises questions

To the Editor:

Thanks for again supporting Evening of Elegance

A taste of Old Havana was brought to the 28th Annual Westerville Area Chamber Evening of Elegance Auction with upbeat music, dancing, fabulous gift items promoting area businesses, and buzzing conversations between members and guests.

Leadership should include 'fresh, young minds'

My name is Lance C. Otis, and I am writing you because I believe it is time for Hilliard to make a change -- not an Obama promise, but one that actually follows through.

Council should help preserve lodge's historic architecture

As a longtime Worthington resident involved with the Worthington Historical Society for over 30 years, I am aware of how unique and special the 1820 Worthington Masonic Lodge building is, both historically and architecturally.

Any Old Worthington plan must honor historic preservation

As a resident of Old Worthington for almost 50 years, I am so glad Old Worthington and other residents oppose the plan of encroachment by developers on the historic nature of our little town.