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Backfire from motorcycle causes house fire in Reynoldsburg

Fire destroyed a garage and melted the front of a pickup truck at 994 Lancaster Ave. in Reynoldsburg this afternoon, Oct. 23.

Making monsters

Difficult days at Taylor Road

Loss of teacher, her husband stuns community

Soon after moving back into classrooms after a 15-day teachers' strike, Reynoldsburg teachers are saying goodbye to one of their own this week.
Water, sewer rate hikes

City looking to pass on Columbus' increases

Reynoldsburg water and sewer rates will likely increase in January 2015 and Reynoldsburg City Council continues to ponder a possible spring ballot issue to increase the city income tax rate.
Woodview Plaza fire

Officials seek information linked to arson

The state fire marshal is investigating an arson that damaged a Reynoldsburg apartment building and displaced about 30 residents.
Community Halloween Party

Treat seekers have two opportunities for fun

Ghosts, ghouls and goblins will haunt the city again this year, stopping in at the Reynoldsburg Community Halloween Party Saturday, Oct. 25, and then trick-or-treating on Beggars Night Thursday, Oct. 30.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Tossed pumpkin breaks bedroom window

Someone began "trick or treat" a little early in Reynoldsburg last week, smashing a bedroom window with a pumpkin.
West Licking fire district

Renewal levies account for more than one-third of budget

The West Licking Joint Fire District is asking voters for a five-year, 1-mill renewal levy and a five-year, 2-mill renewal levy to continue providing service to 50,000 residents in Licking County.

Superintendent to resume open office hours

As a first step toward rebuilding bridges after a 15-day teachers strike, Reynoldsburg Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning announced she will resume open office hours with an expanded session from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20, at the Central Office, 7244 E. Main St.

Toddler brigade

Teachers end strike

Deal includes 'framework' for class caps, raises

Reynoldsburg teachers who returned to their classrooms this week were happy to be back with their students but not completely satisfied with the contract agreement that ended a 15-day strike.

Council approves salt purchase for $115 per ton

As a statewide road salt shortage continues, Reynoldsburg will boost its winter salt supplies but will pay twice as much as last year.
Appeals board's ruling overturned

Church granted permit to use Brice Road space

History repeated itself Monday when Reynoldsburg City Council overturned a ruling by the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals (BZBA) and granted a church a special exception permit to move into space in the Century City Shopping Plaza on Brice Road.
Patient Champions

Reynoldsburg kids ready to cheer on runners

Two of the 24 Patient Champions who will be stationed along the route of the Nationwide Children's Hospital Columbus Marathon and Half Marathon this weekend are Reynoldsburg residents.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Students charged with disorderly conduct, drug abuse

Although the number of incidents related to the Reynoldsburg teachers strike was down last week, police responded to several incidents at the high schools that resulted in charges being filed against teenagers through Franklin County Juvenile Court.

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