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Eastland Performing Arts

Staging of 'Little Women' marks program's 20th year

The Eastland Performing Arts theater program will mark its 20th year with a production of the musical Little Women, based on the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott.

Making marks

Students from the Eastland Career Center Culinary Arts Academy recently earned 17 medals at the FCCLA Culinary Regional Competition at the Bradford Institute in Columbus.

East Broad Family Dentistry opens

East Broad Family Dentistry, a full-service family dental practice of Dr. Tingting Wu, officially opened March 12 at 8086 E. Broad St. in Reynoldsburg.

Coming up

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College notes

* Kent State University has announced its dean's list for the fall 2014 semester. Reynoldsburg residents named to the list were Austin Coats, Talor Bly, Nicole Cannell, Anny Couk, Uchenna Itanyi, Jacquelyn Kirk, Jonathan Visgaitis, Tyler Williams, Miriam Yohannes, Brianna Bridgman, Emily Gillenwater, Allyson Taulbee and Danielle Zarlino.

Principal goes to the wall for her students

Rose Hill Elementary School Principal Maria Manzola spent part of last Thursday just hanging around.

Speakers' policy sparks debate at board meeting

A discussion about the Reynoldsburg Board of Education's changed practices regarding speakers at board meetings turned into a debate March 17 between board President Elaine Tornero and resident Andy Rodenmayer.
School notes

Several factors considered before schools are closed

With spring upon us, we can look forward to more daylight and warmer temperatures, while leaving another bitterly cold winter in the rearview mirror.

Scheduling calls for creativity, parents asked to help

Reynoldsburg Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning told the school board last week the district needs to "get creative" when it comes to scheduling while still ensuring students get appropriate time for core instruction, electives, lunch and travel to and from school each day.

City eyes summer purchase of salt through ODOT

If city council approves, Reynoldsburg will take part in the Ohio Department of Transportation's purchasing program for road salt this summer to get a jump on replenishing supplies.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Elderly resident avoids becoming scam victim

An overseas con artist attempted to scam a 78-year-old man in the 7300 block of Saratoga Avenue out of $3,500, according to Reynoldsburg police.

Coming up

Knights of Columbus Women's Club of Reynoldsburg, annual Cards and Game Night, 7 to 10 p.m. April 7 in the St. Pius X School gym, 1061 S. Waggoner Road. The theme is "Cruise Into Spring." Tickets are $10, which includes a buffet of refreshments, sandwiches, appetizers and desserts; a silent auction and raffles. Guests can enter a contest by wearing a stylish cruise-themed outfit. Bring cards and/or games. For more information contact Tina Banaski at 614-861-2601. All proceeds benefit local charities.

District seeks parent comment on courses, scheduling

The Reynoldsburg school district will hold two public meetings – which district officials are calling gallery input sessions – to gather comments from parents about scheduling special classes and the consistency of offerings.

City may bill monthly, not quarterly, for water

Reynoldsburg City Council's service and finance committees considered two items March 16 that would, if approved by the full council, move the city one step closer to billing residents monthly instead of quarterly for water use.

Winter took toll on Reynoldsburg water lines

City water crews were busy in January and February repairing eight water main breaks and 10 leaky pipes -- earning praise from Reynoldsburg City Council members at their March 9 meeting.

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