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Reynoldsburg couple indicted for human trafficking

A Reynoldsburg couple is scheduled to be arraigned Monday, April 20, in Franklin County Common Pleas Court for allegedly luring three women into “human trafficking and servitude.”

Coming up

Reynoldsburg Truro Historical Society, monthly open house, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 18, at 1485 Jackson St, across from Hannah Ashton Middle School. The Kids Discovery Room will feature a craft project will involve magazines and maps. There will be tours and refreshments. Canned and paper goods will be accepted for the Helping Hands food pantry. Admission is free. For more information, visit rths.info or call Mark at 614-868-5354.

Event benefits youth therapy organization

PBJ Connections will hold Eddie's Golf Classic and Birthday Blast from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at Glow Putt Indoor Mini Golf in Gahanna.

Feat of strength

Remodeled plaza will include 'Restaurant Row'

The E.V. Bishoff Co.'s proposals for a major renovation of the Blacklick Plaza Shopping Center are designed with an eye toward meeting the daily needs of Reynoldsburg residents, according to company president David Bishoff.

Middle-schooler's report calls for more sidewalks

Over the last few months, 12-year-old Trinity Tobe studied the infrastructure around her Slate Ridge neighborhood and came to the conclusion that more sidewalks are needed.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Woman indicted on felony robbery charge

Reynoldsburg police filed charges against two people, one of them a juvenile, in connection with the theft of $800 worth of merchandise from a store in the 2400 block of Taylor Park Drive.

Expo is for community, not just businesses

The Reynoldsburg Area Chamber of Commerce has 50 vendors scheduled to participate in this year's Community and Business Expo, which presents residents with an opportunity to learn more about what local businesses have to offer.
Ward 2 council seat

Kelly, Luzader face off in May 5 Republican primary

Incumbent Leslie Kelly is facing a challenge from fellow Republican Brett Luzader in the May 5 party primary for Reynoldsburg City Council Ward 2.

STEM students prepare to rock 'the Box'

Students from several central Ohio high schools will work with professional artists at Shadowbox Live in a sketch comedy and rock n' roll show called STEM Rocks the Box April 20 in downtown Columbus.
HS(2) STEM Academy

Health driving force behind curriculum pathways

Dissecting a sheep's brain or watching an autopsy may not be everyone's dream, but Reynoldsburg High School students interested in medical careers have these opportunities and more at HS(2) STEM Academy.

College and Career Center opens at high school

The library at Reynoldsburg High School's East Livingston Avenue campus is now home to a new College and Career Center where students can find information about colleges, scholarships, financial assistance, test preparation and career guidance.
City attorney race

Hood, Skinner seek Republican nod in May primary

Reynoldsburg Republicans will decide between city attorney candidates James E. “Jed” Hood and challenger Daniel J. Skinner in the May 5 primary election.
May 5 primary

Two newcomers on ballot for Ward 1 council seat

Two newcomers are seeking the Republican nomination May 5 to run for the Ward 1 seat on Reynoldsburg City Council this fall.

Coming up

Reynoldsburg Truro Historical Society, monthly open house, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 18 at 1485 Jackson St, across from Hannah Ashton Middle School. The Kids Discovery Room will feature a craft project will involve magazines and maps. There will be tours and refreshments. Canned and paper goods will be accepted for the Helping Hands food pantry. Admission is free. For more information visit rths.info or call Mark at 614-868-5354.

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