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Market fosters community connections

Opening day of this season's Reynoldsburg Farmers Market kicked off June 16 with several new vendors and a special visit by Mayor Brad McCloud.

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Independence Day celebration

Friday fireworks, Monday parade scheduled

Reynoldsburg will mark Independence Day this year with activities on July 1 and a parade July 4, all with an eye toward fun and celebration.
Summer Meals Program

More than 200 students being served daily

All Reynoldsburg school children age 18 and younger are invited to show up and have free meals at Reynoldsburg High School's Livingston Avenue campus for the Summer Meals Program.
2017 tax budget

Figures reflect slight increases in general fund

Reynoldsburg City Council is expected to vote July 11 on a 2017 tax budget that shows estimated general fund revenue of $15,388,550, estimated expenditures of $15,429,014 and a carryover of $5,231,825.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Business owner loses $500 in telephone scam

About 10:25 p.m. June 16, officers were dispatched to a business in the 1300 block of Brice Road on a fraud report where the owner said she had received a call from a man claiming he worked for American Electric Power, who told her the power would be shut off.

Pioneer Day visitors step back in time

Could you launder clothes by hand in a bucket with a washboard? Then hang them on a clothesline -- for each and every member of your family?

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Babysitter indicted on lesser charges

Reynoldsburg babysitter Lori Conley was indicted June 10 on reduced charges, thus avoiding a possible life sentence for murder in connection with the death of an 8-month-old baby.
The Inn at Summit Trail

Assisted-living facility fills need, Havener says

Work was expected to start this week on an assisted living facility on the east side of Reynoldsburg that city Development Director Dan Havener said will fill an increasing need.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Robbers steal purse from food-truck customer

A woman reported that while she and her daughter were making a purchase from a food truck in the 2000 block of Brice Road at about 11 a.m. June 4, two men wearing black hooded sweatshirts approached and snatched her purse from her shoulder. She said one of the robbers knocked her daughter to the ground while grabbing the purse.

New tower will lead to better cellphone service

Verizon Wireless will build a new cellphone tower at Reynoldsburg's water department complex on Truro Road, which city officials said should resolve a gap in cellphone coverage in the area around Huber Park and Reynoldsburg's municipal building at 7232 E. Main St.

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