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State report card

Bexley happy to bring home higher marks

Bexley school officials and teachers are celebrating their successes following the official release of the Ohio Department of Education's state report card last week.
Maintenance of rental properties

City considers reliance on existing code enforcement

Rather than move forward with a proposed Residential Rental Inspection and Maintenance program, Bexley is evaluating how to work within its existing code to ensure rental properties are properly maintained.
Police beat

Bexley: Thieves look to residents for sets of wheels to take

Bexley police said a resident in the first block of Bullitt Park Place reported someone stole his 2014 White Volvo XC90 from the driveway of his home Sept. 4.

Car2Go Service has green light to operate in city

Despite concerns that a car rental service may deprive the city of revenue, Bexley City Council unanimously approved legislation Sept. 9 enabling Car2Go to station its vehicles within the city.
Noise ordinance on hold

Council elects to further research issues

The city of Bexley has postponed the implementation of a noise ordinance to allow more time for researching the issue.

Bexley steps up efforts to serve gifted students

Responding to a two-year study looking into the gifted program in Bexley City Schools, officials are working to bring better services to students and families.

Talent show builds 'Lego Movie' crowd

For the second consecutive year, the Main Event summer entertainment series will conclude with Bexley's Got Talent, a show featuring local singers, dancers and performers.
Recreation opportunities

Options for care, campout draw families

Parents of students who attend the city of Bexley Recreation and Parks Department's preschool now have the option of paying an hourly rate to have their children stay longer when the need arises.

Memorial garden tribute to teacher stirs fond memories

Three and a half years after the death of beloved Cassingham Elementary School teacher Molly Davis, the warm September sun pours down on students reflecting in the newly dedicated memorial garden which bears her name.

City attorney's project seeks to read pulse of neighborhoods

Columbus City Attorney Richard C. Pfeiffer is strolling across Columbus, trying to get the pulse of communities from residents who live there.
Louis V. Fabro

Local public-relations and journalism icon dies at 83

A veteran journalist and public-relations professional has left behind scores of friends and a legacy of professional accomplishment.
Police beat

Bexley: Suspects invade home, flee with various goods

On Aug. 29 at approximately 11:10 p.m., Bexley police responded to a call from two residents in the 900 block of Euclaire Avenue stating they were victims of a home invasion.
Bexley Celebrations Association

New leaders to steer July Fourth plans

A change of leadership is underway at the Bexley Celebrations Association, which presents the annual Fourth of July event, among other activities.

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