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Thieves recently helped themselves to various pieces of jewelry at area homes, according to Bexley police reports.
Even though the halls of Bexley's city schools are relatively quiet over the summer, the district's tech team is busy preparing for the upcoming year.
A neighborhood in the Eastmoor subdivision that borders Bexley is in the spotlight this week as part of the city of Columbus' Neighborhood Pride program.
Coffee with the Mayor
During an informal meeting with residents Saturday, July 19, Mayor Ben Kessler provided an update on City Hall's planned relocation to the Bexley Square Shopping Center later this year to make way for a new Giant Eagle grocery store.
Under the city of Bexley's current trash contract with Rumpke, the company charges the city $19.91 per month and residents are billed $25.83 per month by the city; senior citizens receive a discounted monthly bill of $24.33 from the city.
By taking basic precautions, Bexley residents can protect themselves from becoming victims of crime -- that was the message city officials worked to impart during a July 17 community meeting at Montrose Elementary School.
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Trash contact terms
The city of Bexley's new refuse disposal contract with Rumpke will continue carryout service, in which employees will pick up garbage cans at garage doors.
'American Idol' bus stop
Aspiring pop stars converged on Capital University's campus Saturday, July 12, to audition for a chance to appear on American Idol.
Drexel film debut
What to wear, what to wear -- that was the biggest decision 8-year-old Eden Bradley faced last week as she prepared for the debut of the short film The Secret Whispers of Mr. Feathers.
Two visitors to the Bexley Community Pool, 2100 Clifton Ave., reported that on July 9, someone broke the windows out of their vehicles.
Classes for several age groups started in June and wrap up in the middle of this month.
Bexley, its residents and its history are receiving the star treatment.
Winter's toll on trees
Due to the harsh winter experienced this year, the city of Bexley must replace elm trees that were planted in medians along East Main Street last year as part of a street repaving project.