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Reynoldsburg's enrollment discrepancy

Short-term fix is to reassign some students

About 100 incoming Reynoldsburg freshmen hoping to attend one of the high school academies on the Summit Road campus this fall will be placed at the Livingston Avenue campus instead.

Attorney: Mauger embarrassed he ‘tarnished the badge’

According to his lawyer, former Reynoldsburg Police Lt. Shane Mauger is “very disappointed in himself and humiliated” as he waits for his initial appearance before a U.S. District Court judge on charges connected with the federal investigation into fellow officer Tye Downard’s illegal drug activities.
Active shooter response

Police: Class another step in being prepared

Would you know what to do if someone walked into your office and started shooting?

Reynoldsburg officer pleads guilty to conspiracy, planting evidence

Former Reynoldsburg Police Lt. Shane Mauger, who was placed on administrative leave in February, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court today, April 27, on charges connected with the federal investigation into fellow officer Tye Downard's illegal drug activities.

Business is brewing

What once was a hobby for two longtime friends in Circleville today is a Whitehall-based business.
Last-minute fundraising

Robotics team advances to world contest

Reynoldsburg eSTEM Academy's Technical Difficulties robotics team is headed to the FIRST Robotics Worlds competition this week -- an unexpected development that had advisers and students scrambling to raise funds for a trip to St. Louis.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Thief breaks through drywall to steal from 2 businesses

Police are investigating a breaking and entering in the 1200 block of Brice Road that turned into a two-for-one venture for the thief.

Spring beautification efforts sprout in city

Reynoldsburg will welcome spring with two events designed to add greenery and color to city landscapes.
Encore Academy student

Self-taught artist racks up series of honors

A Reynoldsburg Encore Academy junior's award-winning artwork is headed to the Capitol in Washington, D.C., thanks to a first-place finish in the 2016 Congressional Art Competition.

Second vote set on Livingston House color scheme

Members of Reynoldsburg's Livingston House Society have until May 5 to vote for a second time on whether the historic structure should remain dark red or be painted white with green shutters.

Battle of the Books

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State Route 256 safety project

Officials optimistic about economic climate

The estimated $8.1 million state Route 256 Safety Project is, for all intents and purposes, completed save for some relatively minor tweaks, according to Pickerington City Engineer Scott Tourville.

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College notes

* Rachel Crow, of Reynoldsburg, is a member of the Kappa Kappa Psi Honor Society at Ashland University. Crow is majoring in music education and has joined the university's chapter of the Ohio Collegiate Music Education Association.

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