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Explosion aftermath

Displaced residents staying at union hall

Century City apartments residents forced out of their homes last Thursday, July 14, because of an explosion and fire at a maintenance building were staying at a Red Cross shelter set up at a union hall on Lancaster Avenue early this week.
Administrative changes

Cosgrave promoted; principals' jobs open

The Reynoldsburg school district is shy two Academy leaders after BELL Academy Principal Danielle Bomar left after just one year at her post and Encore Academy Principal Jocelyn Cosgrave was recently promoted to assistant superintendent. District leaders will have to work fast to hire two new principals, however, since school starts Aug. 10.
Dress-code update

Blue jeans, shirts with no collars now allowed

Blue jeans are in, shirts do not have to have collars and pants and shorts can be patterned, not just solid colors.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Female suspects swipe clothing, make escape from pair of stores

Police are investigating two shoplifting incidents, one at a business on Brice Road and one at a business on Taylor Road.

Storytime listeners

Seated children take up all the space on a floor blanket as they listen to Information Services Specialist Jenny Oney read "I Know a Wee Pig" ...
Update

Investigation continues into Brice Road explosion

At least 40 residents of the Century City apartment complex in Reynoldsburg were sheltered at Herbert Mills Elementary School Thursday, July 14, after an explosion destroyed a maintenance building just before 9 p.m.

O'Neill: Forum is 'first step' in dialogue

Reynoldsburg Police Chief Jim O'Neill met the public last week in the first of what he hopes will be a series of forums in which residents can ask him questions about his department.

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Third Reynoldsburg police officer placed on leave

Reynoldsburg police officer Jamie Burr has been placed on a second administrative leave in connection with a federal corruption case involving former Reynoldsburg detectives Shane Mauger and Tye Downard.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Officers find driver passed out in vehicle that was still running

At 1:29 a.m. July 3, officers were dispatched to the 1300 block of Crest Street where they found a driver passed out in a car that was still running.

Market offers free space to nonprofit groups

Visitors to Reynoldsburg's farmers market expect to see summer displays of ripe tomatoes, fresh green beans and juicy peaches.

Elections officials indicted

Franklin County Board of Elections Executive Director William A. Anthony Jr. and former fiscal officer Brenna Umbstaetter have been indicted on felony counts of theft in office and tampering with evidence after an investigation by the Ohio Auditor's Office.

Reynoldsburg school board OKs major changes to dress code

Although only small tweaks were expected, Reynoldsburg’s’ newest school board members agreed to drastic changes in the district dress code July 12, no doubt delighting all students longing to wear blue jeans to school.

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