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Reynoldsburg Board of Education

Long, Tyus want to help rebuild community trust in district

After two resignations and decisions by two appointed board members to not run for office in November, Sandy Long is the lone incumbent seeking re-election Nov. 3 to a second four-year term on the Reynoldsburg Board of Education.
Nov. 3 election

Joseph, Stearns seek post as council president

Two familiar names will be on the ballot Nov. 3 in the race for Reynoldsburg City Council president.
City attorney's race

Incumbent Hood, challenger Bryant face off on Nov. 3

Incumbent Reynoldsburg City Attorney James E. "Jed" Hood, a Republican, is facing a challenge Nov. 3 from Democrat Kristin J. Bryant.

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Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Man charged with firearms violation after traffic stop

Reynoldsburg police charged a 22-year-old Columbus man with improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, a first-degree misdemeanor, after a traffic stop at 12:37 a.m. Sept. 20 at the intersection of Eastgreen Boulevard and Brice Road.
Taking aim against hunger

Officials will be pie targets to aid food pantry

Reynoldsburg school and city dignitaries may not look quite as "dignified" with their faces covered in cream pie, but school board members Sandy Long and Joe Begeny and city Councilman Cornelius McGrady III have all volunteered to be targets at the "Pie in the Face" toss at Reynoldsburg High School.
Issue 14

ADAMH seeks renewal levy on November ballot

The Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County will return to voters this year seeking support for a five-year, 2.2-mill renewal levy to appear on the Nov. 3 ballot.

Immunization clinic set up for children

Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Reynoldsburg Police Department, 7240 E. Main St.

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A Portable Theatre

Ghost stories will invoke old-time radio broadcasts

Ghost stories dating from the mid- to late 19th century will be performed in a format popular in the early to middle 20th century for 21st century audiences throughout central Ohio.

Coming up

Franklin County Public Health, low-cost rabies immunization clinic for dogs and cats, 1 to 3 p.m. Oct. 23 at Huber Park, 1520 Davidson Drive. Cost is $5 per vaccination, cash only. All animals must be on a leash or in a pet carrier. Pets between 3 months and 1 year of age will receive a one-year tag while those over 1 year of age with proof of prior vaccination will receive a three-year tag. Pets of those unable to provide proof of prior vaccination will receive a one-year tag. Dog licenses will be available at various prices, as well pet microchipping at a cost of $15.

New MAC Lab opens at Encore

Reynoldsburg Encore Academy formally opened its MAC Lab last week, putting precision tools in the hands of students interested in graphic design.

Engineers say Baldwin Road in 'very poor' shape

Baldwin Road in Reynoldsburg is in such poor shape that it earned only 28 out of a possible 100 points when rated by city engineers who assigned scores to city streets after driving on them.
Reynoldsburg Board of Education

3 promise to restore transparency, communication

Reynoldsburg residents Debbie Dunlap, Robert Truex and Neal Whitman are hitting the campaign trail together, vying for three open seats on the Reynoldsburg Board of Education Nov. 3.

Teen facing murder charges

A Columbus teenager who police say ran from a Reynoldsburg house last week after an exchange of gunfire has been charged with murder.

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