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City's new trash fees reflect lower gas prices

Reynoldsburg residents will pay less for trash services thanks to lower gasoline prices.

Eggs-cellent adventures

Curtailed Tartan Day will feature Highland Games

A February fire at the Reynoldsburg Senior Center has curtailed activities for this year's Tartan Day in Reynoldsburg, but the event is still planned for April 11, featuring the outdoor Highland Games.
PARCC assessments

District's first round of testing 'very successful'

The Reynoldsburg school district was "very successful" in administering the first round of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers assessments to students in February and March, according to Jana Alig, Reynoldsburg Schools' director of accountability.
May 5 primary

Joseph, Brusk seek to be president of council

Republicans Douglas L. Joseph and Norman Brusk will face off on the May 5 primary ballot as they vie for the party's nod to seek election in November for the office of Reynoldsburg City Council president.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Fence-jumper charged with criminal trespassing

A postal worker reported seeing two people jumping fences in the 6300 block of Brauning Drive at 10:33 a.m. Saturday, March 21.
Keeping SCOR

Patience sometimes hard to find when life happens

I have always heard that patience is a virtue. It seems like I must have needed a refresher course.
BELL Academy

Students earn practical experience, college credits

Reynoldsburg BELL Early College Academy is exactly that -- an opportunity for students to jump on a fast track to a four-year degree and a career by earning significant college credits while still in high school.

Minivan strikes teen bicyclist, driver sought

A 15-year-old boy was riding a bicycle in Etna Township’s 8000 block of Columbia Road at 6:30 p.m. March 24 when he was struck by a minivan, the Licking County Sheriff’s office reported.

Speakers' policy sparks debate at board meeting

A discussion about the Reynoldsburg Board of Education's changed practices regarding speakers at board meetings turned into a debate March 17 between board President Elaine Tornero and resident Andy Rodenmayer.
Eastland Performing Arts

Staging of 'Little Women' marks program's 20th year

The Eastland Performing Arts theater program will mark its 20th year with a production of the musical Little Women, based on the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott.

Making marks

Students from the Eastland Career Center Culinary Arts Academy recently earned 17 medals at the FCCLA Culinary Regional Competition at the Bradford Institute in Columbus.

East Broad Family Dentistry opens

East Broad Family Dentistry, a full-service family dental practice of Dr. Tingting Wu, officially opened March 12 at 8086 E. Broad St. in Reynoldsburg.

Coming up

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College notes

* Kent State University has announced its dean's list for the fall 2014 semester. Reynoldsburg residents named to the list were Austin Coats, Talor Bly, Nicole Cannell, Anny Couk, Uchenna Itanyi, Jacquelyn Kirk, Jonathan Visgaitis, Tyler Williams, Miriam Yohannes, Brianna Bridgman, Emily Gillenwater, Allyson Taulbee and Danielle Zarlino.

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