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Family's military service inspired Eagle Scout

Warm spring temperatures and sunny days may soon lure members of Reynoldsburg VFW Post 9473 outside to enjoy a new deck and patriotic landscaping thanks to a local Boy Scout.
Reynoldsburg ad hoc committee

Attorney says definition of pit bull 'does not exist'

There is a basic problem with Reynoldsburg's law regarding pit bulls, according to an attorney representing several city residents who have been cited for violating it.

Dog shelter director still on city's ad hoc committee

Reynoldsburg City Council President Doug Joseph said Joe Rock is still a member of an ad hoc committee studying Reynoldsburg's laws about vicious dogs, even though he was placed on paid administrative leave last week from his job as director of the Franklin County Dog Shelter and Adoption Center.

Council to revisit 'structural imbalance' in funds

Reynoldsburg City Council plans to revisit a three-year-old ad hoc committee report that concluded city finances were affected by a "structural imbalance" in the general operating fund and capital improvement fund.

Reynoldsburg police arrest six in undercover sting

Reynoldsburg police arrested six women last week in an undercover sting operation at the Days Inn, 2100 Brice Road.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Thieves steal $4,500 from ATM at local business

Thieves who broke into an ATM at a Brice Road business got away with $4,500 in cash, according to Reynoldsburg police.

Meeting and greeting

Brice Road to get more street lights, signals, crosswalks

Work to repave Brice Road in Reynoldsburg from East Main Street past Livingston Avenue to the Interstate 70 interchange is expected to begin this month.

Police seek more information about indicted man

Columbus police are reaching out to the Reynoldsburg school community for "relevant information" about a former teacher who was indicted on felony charges of having sex with a minor.

City's costs for overtime, road salt top $258,000

A brutal winter in central Ohio sent salt and overtime costs soaring for the city of Reynoldsburg.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: High school senior 'tagged' with charges by police

Playing "senior tag" led to the arrest of a student on charges of falsification and trespassing, Reynoldsburg police reported.
Brice-Livingston area

CRO's goal: Reach out, find solutions to problems

In his first three months as a Community Resource Officer assigned to the Brice-Livingston area, Tim Kessler has investigated more than a dozen drug complaints, handed out hundreds of surveys to residents and reached out to the school district about problems with students who trespass on properties near Baldwin Road Junior High School.
April 25 Arbor Day

City will plant five trees, honor contest winners

Reynoldsburg will celebrate Arbor Day by asking residents to help plant five trees and by honoring the winners of a citywide coloring and essay contest.
Small Business Community Heroes

ThisWeek, Direct Energy to recognize community service

Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first-ever Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program. Nominations are being accepted until May 29. The online nomination form can be found by visiting directenergy. com/heroes.

Hammer time

Tartan Day Festival is an annual event held in Reynoldsburg because the city was founded by eight Scottish families.

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