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Administrative contracts approved amid discord

A bit of discord erupted at the May 17 Reynoldsburg Board of Education meeting, as the superintendent bristled over a motion her recommendations required more discussion and a longtime school board member accused newer members of possibly violating board policy and open-meetings laws.

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College notes

* Reynoldsburg-area students who recently graduated from Ohio Christian include Debora Arn, Elizabeth Arn, Brandon Barksdale, Lawrence Coleman, Micah Dorsey, Sophia Gibson, Sonia Golden, Lykeishia Jackson, Adam Knox, Adnrew Kuhn, Sherry Moorehead, Francesca Morris, Angela Robinson and Andrea Smith.

Safety first at weekend Bike Rodeo

Reynoldsburg police officer Michele Fulton knelt to fit a new bike helmet on 4-year-old Naiana Jones.
RHS graduation

More than 440 students will get diplomas May 24

The days are winding down in the school year -- faster for Reynoldsburg High School than the rest of the student body, since the last day for seniors was May 18.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Guns involved in assault, vandalism, traffic incidents

The Reynoldsburg Police Department dealt with a number of incidents involving firearms last week, including a man who was pistol-whipped and robbed, a report of a man with a gun near an elementary school and vehicles damaged by bullet holes.

Groups observe day for missing children

The Reynoldsburg Youth Human Trafficking Coalition, in conjunction with the Ohio Attorney General's Office, will host a National Missing Children's Day on Saturday, May 21, featuring Nashville recording artist John Crabtree.

Kids stay active, raise funds for Heart Association

Wearing neon-bright colors, students at Reynoldsburg's Waggoner Road Middle School danced to music, spun hula hoops and dribbled and tossed green, glow-in-the-dark basketballs.

COTC schedules June workshops

Central Ohio Technical College is accepting registrations for CollegeAspire workshops to be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, June 13-17, at the COTC Pataskala campus, 8660 E. Broad St., Reynoldsburg.
Shane Mauger case

Sentencing unlikely until at least August

A former Reynoldsburg police officer who pleaded guilty in federal court last week to falsifying search warrants and skimming seized cash and property over the course of nearly a decade likely won't be sentenced until August or later, according to his attorney.
Honor Flight Columbus

Women will take trip in September

Nearly a century after some women broke barriers and convention by leaving their homes to serve their country, Honor Flight Columbus plans to take women military veterans on a historic ride.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Passenger cited for drug possession after traffic stop

A 20-year-old Columbus man was cited for drug possession after police stopped the vehicle he was riding in was stopped by police at 1 a.m. May 1 near Lucks Road because the driver was suspected of driving with a suspended license. Officers reported smelling marijuana and the passenger turned over a supply of the drug he had concealed in his sock.

'Real hero' enjoys carnival in his honor

A lot of superheroes flew in to the Super Braxton Carnival at Slate Ridge Elementary School on Saturday, May 7, dressed in blue and red T-shirts with a super shield on front that sported a "B" for Braxton instead of an "S" for Superman.

Officer honored

Reynoldsburg police officer Nicole Riley was among nine central Ohio officers honored at the American Legion Law and Order Banquet April 16 at Post 532 in Columbus.
If I Had a Hammer

Students build on math connections

About 25 Reynoldsburg junior high school students built an entire house last week -- a small house, but big enough so they could walk inside -- in the school gymnasium at STEM Middle at Baldwin.

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