Tri-Village November 2015

Local gifts are sure to put a sparkle in anyone’s eyes. Read more


Last year, the Tri-Village Lions Club took home first place at the first Apple Pie Recipe Contest, a friendly competition among Lions Clubs based in and around central Ohio. Read more


When it comes to learning a new instrument, things aren’t always black and white. Read more


The lure of retirement is often the freedom that comes along with it. Grandview residents David and Dorothy Pritchard exercised this freedom by involving themselves with the central Ohio chapter of Engineers Without Borders. Read more

Local Profiles

For the second year in a row, the city of Grandview Heights will play host to the Junior League of Columbus’ annual Holiday Tour of Homes. Read more


Amateur and experienced writers alike will have the opportunity to hone their skills, network and participate in specialized workshops at the Upper Arlington Public Library’s first ever writers’ conference this fall. Read more


Marble Cliff resident Joanne Taylor doesn’t think her friends were surprised when she decided to run for a seat on Village Council. Read more


On Nov. 30, the Grandview Heights Singers kicks off the holiday season with a free performance at the Grandview Heights Public Library. Read more


This time of year, the calendar is jam-packed with seasonal celebrations. We’ve rounded up a list of events happening in Upper Arlington so you won’t miss out on the fun. Read more

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