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Young gardeners get head start on spring

Despite the fact their school garden is covered with snow, students in Waggoner Road Middle School's Garden Club are "greening up" a classroom, starting seedlings under grow lights and preparing to plant in a hoop house.

Free screening of 'Ragamuffin' planned

A free screening of the movie Ragamuffin, based on the life of Christian artist Rich Mullins, will be held at Trinity Life Center in Pickerington at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 7.

College notes

Molly Johnson of Reynoldsburg earned a bachelor's degree in business administration, with a major in marketing, from Georgia College, at the school's December 2014 commencement.

Street-repair plan could cost the city $960,000

Reynoldsburg's 2015 street-repair program could cost up to $960,000, according to Service Director Nathan Burd.

Designated fund will be used to pay for new street sweeper

City officials have been getting an earful from residents about plans to spend more than $278,000 on a new street sweeper -- so much so that Reynoldsburg City Council's service committee addressed the complaints at its Feb. 17 meeting.

State of the Schools slated March 5

Reynoldsburg schools Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning will present a State of the Schools address at the Thursday, March 5, Reynoldsburg Area Chamber of Commerce lunch.
'Reynoldsburg's Got Talent'

Performers take the stage Feb. 28

People of all ages will become stage stars for a night as they sing, play instruments, juggle, dance or do comedy skits in a Feb. 28 "Reynoldsburg's Got Talent" show.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Teen charged with receiving stolen property

A random check of a license plate number at 11 a.m. Feb. 16 led to charges of receiving stolen property against a 16-year-old girl.

Special moments

The Feb. 11 Daddy/Daughter Dance at the Reynoldsburg Senior Center wasn't just for dads.

MORPC study supports city's development plans

Development Director Dan Havener says Reynoldsburg has its eye on the Brice Road and Main Street corridors as prime spots to be redeveloped for mixed-uses -- and that fits right into what the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission predicts will be needed.

Principal, parents seek waivers from PARCC exams

Students all over Ohio will plunge into PARCC testing this month, but one Reynoldsburg principal wants a five-year waiver for his entire school.

Reynoldsburg's police department honors eight for leadership

Eight members of the Reynoldsburg Division of Police were honored at the Feb. 9 Reynoldsburg City Council meeting for hard work, initiative, creativity and outstanding leadership.

City Council approves day-care expansion

Reynoldsburg City Council agreed last week to grant a special exception use permit allowing the Romake Bilingual Preschool to expand its facilities on Brice Road.

Summit Road STEM principal puckered up for porcine smooch

So what's it like to pucker up and kiss a pig -- right on its speckled piggy snout?
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Officers find man passed out near bar entrance

Reynoldsburg police were dispatched to a bar in the 6800 block of East Main Street at around 11 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9, on a report that a man was passed out near the entrance.

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