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Rabies immunization clinic, 1 to 3 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21, at Huber Park, 1520 Davidson Drive. The cost is $5 per pet, cash only. No appointment is necessary. Dog licenses also will be available for sale, and the Capital Area Humane Society will provide microchip IDs for $15 per pet. For more information, visit myfcph.org or call 614-525-3160.
* Reynoldsburg and Blacklick students who recently graduated from Ohio State University include Farhiya Abdi, Darlene Berrios Ramos, Mark Bobo, Justin Booker, Rubin Cabiness, Luke Cardinale, Alecia Dole, Emmertine Duncan, Patti Flinn, Caylee Hanson, Cherelle Johnson, Natalie Kells, Kiev Lamarr, Khadijah Mbai, Halima Mohamed, Anthony Murdock, Joseph Page, Abby Peck, Zachary Rausch, Renee Scott, Amanda Sklenar, Epifanio Torres and Yachen Zhang.
Franklin County Public Health will offer adult and child immunizations by appointment only from 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Reynoldsburg Division of Police, 7240 E. Main St.
Reynoldsburg sisters Paula Nemitz and Teresa Hellstrom were among the first customers to visit the new Eat Purr Love Cat Cafe when it opened in Clintonville in late September.
The Reynoldsburg school district could lose its authority to sponsor three local charter schools after earning the lowest possible score on recently released rankings issued by the Ohio Department of Education.
City street repairs
Reynoldsburg City Councilman Mel Clemens has a succinct description of the city's street maintenance efforts: "Our streets program is pitiful. That's the word for it."
A 23-year-old Mount Sterling, Ohio, man was charged with OVI and possession of a controlled substance at 1:43 p.m. Sept.27, after officers stopped his vehicle as it was traveling south on Brice Road, between Eastgreen Boulevard and I-70 with no headlights on.
Cardboard was the key ingredient in the 2016 Cardboard Challenge Day of Play as students made masks, castles, towers and even became cardboard robots in the name of creativity.
Grace Clinic, free medical clinic, 6 to 8 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of the month at East Side Grace Brethren, 7510 E. Broad St. The clinic is operated by an all-volunteer staff. No shots, stitches or pain medicines are administered; however; visitors can receive help for colds and flu symptoms and monitoring blood pressure. Information is available at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grace-Clinic/143166422367543.
* Reynoldsburg students who recently enrolled at Youngstown State University for the fall 2016 semester include Donte Haley, Cameron Hines and Diah Julandah.
The Shoppes at East Broad
One of the last available parcels of retail development land is winding up its launch this fall, as the Shoppes at East Broad opens to fill the shopping needs of Granville, Pataskala and Licking County, in addition to Reynoldsburg shoppers.
Did you know Reynoldsburg has a city flag?
A Reynoldsburg resident lost more than $11,000 in a scam perpetrated by someone claiming to be an agent from the Internal Revenue Service. The resident came to the Reynoldsburg Police Department, 7240 E. Main St., Sept. 19 to report that he found a voicemail on Sept. 16 from the person who claimed to work for the IRS telling him he owed several thousand dollars in back taxes.