City officials joined congregation and community members for Bexley United Methodist Church's Nov. 24 groundbreaking on its $2.6-million renovation and expansion.
The Friends of the Ohio Governor's Residence and Heritage Garden invite the public to take a holiday tour of the Ohio Governor's Residence in Bexley during the first three weeks of December.
A Galloway resident told Bexley police he was making a business cash drop at Fifth Third Bank, 2570 E. Main St., when an unknown man suddenly approached and threatened him with a handgun.
I'd like to take a moment to thank Bexley City Council members, Auditor Gary Qualmann and our city staff for their great help and support through the 2014 budget process.
Upon retiring from Bexley City Council after 24 years of service, outgoing President Rick Weber thanked the community for electing him to six consecutive terms.
Since 1907, Charity Newsies has been clothing children throughout Franklin County.
Bexley High School is one of six high schools that has been recognized with a 2013 SOAR Award for High Progress from the national organization Battelle for Kids.
A project founded on a kitchen table in 2006 to provide care packages to soldiers serving abroad received a $5,000 boost last week.
During its Nov. 18 meeting, Bexley City Council approved an $11.6 million budget for 2014 and rejected a proposal to pay bonuses to Recreation and Parks employees who are exempted from overtime compensation.
Students at the Columbus Jewish Day School planned a joint celebration for Nov. 26 to celebrate Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah, which both fall on Thursday, Nov. 28, this year.
One in three Bexley students in grades 8, 10 and 12 reports drinking alcohol at least once a month. Fifteen percent of middle school and high school students say they use marijuana regularly. Thirty percent of 11th- and 12th-graders report binge drinking in the last month. These are the findings of a Franklin County Drug-Free School Consortium study, which also shows that these rates have remained consistent over the past decade or so.
Residents came up with a variety of ideas to develop Alum Creek Park during a Nov. 21 brainstorming session at Torat Emet Synagogue.
Columbus School for Girls will host Prospective Parent Coffees from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Dec. 4 and 5, at its campus, 56 S. Columbia Ave, Columbus.
Merchants along South Drexel Avenue and East Main Street will participate in a holiday open house Saturday, Dec. 7.
For years, discussions in coffee houses, board rooms and among politicians across the country have focused on the United States' inability to keep up with the educational performance of its rivals abroad.
During a Nov. 18 meeting at Bexley High School, Capital University representatives, city of Bexley officials and residents vowed to work together on planned enhancements to Capital's Bernlohr Stadium that each group could live with.
The 11th annual Bexley Festival of the Arts will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 7 at Montrose Elementary School, 2555 E. Main St. in Bexley.
The city of Bexley has begun its search for a new service director.
Bexley city officials, Bexley Community Foundation representatives and students from the Jeffrey Mansion Preschool will gather at the mansion, 165 N. Parkview Ave., at 3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the completion of the Jeffrey Mansion walkways.
It started with a book, A Long Walk to Water.
The city of Bexley is taking a wait-and-see approach and monitoring the potential impact of statewide legislation designed to overhaul Ohio's municipal income tax system, according to Mayor Ben Kessler.
The Bexley Women's Club is inviting the community to participate in a new scholarship opportunity by electing to have their name or that of another individual or business attached to a scholarship award.
Bexley police said resident in the 900 block of Sheridan Avenue reported three people entered the home through an unlocked rear door Nov. 11 and came into the living room where the victim was sitting.
In an effort to be more environmentally conscious, the Bexley Board of Education has decided to go paperless -- at least in part.
Bexley's school cafeterias are under new leadership as Juliana Carvi took over the reins of food service director, replacing the retired James Anderson.
At the first of two public meetings to be held this month on Capital University's revised proposal to add lighting and a new sound system to its Bernlohr Stadium, residents continued to express concerns about noise, traffic, parking and safety.
The city of Bexley Recreation and Parks Department will hold a public meeting about the development of Alum Creek Park at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, in the auditorium at the Bexley Public Library, 2411 E. Main St.
Bexley and other municipalities around the state could be affected by pending legislation that is designed to streamline Ohio's complex system of municipal income taxes, District 18 state Rep. Michael Stinziano (D-Columbus) said during a Nov. 7 town hall meeting at the Bexley Public Library.
The Columbus School for Girls Upper School Department of Theater will present Little Women, the Broadway Musical, Thursday, Nov. 14, through Sunday, Nov. 17, in the CSG Agnes Shedd Theater, 56 S. Columbia Ave.
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