More Reynoldsburg News
Final 2014 city budget
Reynoldsburg City Council's finance committee voted Monday, March 3, to send a final 2014 budget back to the full council for a second reading, with a recommendation to pass it as an emergency.
A new collaboration between Reynoldsburg schools and Kiddie Academy of Reynoldsburg is using high school and community volunteers to help elementary students improve their reading skills.
Reynoldsburg City Council will have to vote again on the makeup of an ad hoc committee to study the city's laws about pit bulls.
The driving force behind the popular Reynoldsburg's Farmers Market at Huber Park is stepping down.
Burglars got away with about $18,000 worth of eyeglasses frames from One Vision Optical Center.
A Columbus man and woman are scheduled to appear in Franklin County Municipal Court March 7 to answer charges in connection with the Feb. 22 robbery of a 22-year-old man at a Reynoldsburg hotel.
Reynoldsburg Community Association
Coordinators of the Reynoldsburg Community Association hope residents bring healthy appetites to the organization's annual fundraiser, an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner.
Despite a cold blanket of snow on the ground, the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival committee is thinking warm thoughts and gearing up for this summer's festival.
The director of Reynoldsburg's Parks and Recreation Department knows exactly the kind of person needed to succeed Nadine Morse as director of the city's farmers market.
A push to try to end the city's ban against pit bulls is pitting resident against resident and is proving to be a contentious issue among Reynoldsburg City Council members.
Reynoldsburg City Council heard the first reading of an ordinance Monday, Feb. 24, outlining a final city budget that shaves about $500,000 from totals requested on the interim budget.
Air Force Reserve Airman Michael T. Rooker recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
Reynoldsburg Police Department
The Reynoldsburg Police Department honored a number of officers and a dispatcher last week with awards for their hard work.
Reynoldsburg Senior Center
A peek into Reynoldsburg's senior center on a Thursday afternoon reveals a number of seniors dancing to a lively Latin beat in new Zumba Gold classes.