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A Reynoldsburg teen who was injured during a scuffle involving a stolen gun is facing charges.
A federal grand jury has indicted two Columbus men in connection with seven Ohio robberies, including banks in Reynoldsburg and Columbus.
Neighbor helping neighbor
Despite it looking like winter outside, children bounced in several bounce houses inside Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church, stood in line for cotton candy and marched in cakewalks.
A pizza-delivery driver reported he was making a delivery at 8 p.m. Jan. 27 when he saw a man walk behind him and point a gun at him in the 8500 block of Victory Meadows Lane. He threw his pizza bag at the suspect and fled, according to the report.
Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 23 at the Reynoldsburg Police Department, 7240 E. Main St.
Teenager shot near middle school
Reynoldsburg police officers responded to reports of a gun being fired in the Waggoner Road Middle School parking lot last week, found a stolen gun and ended up transporting a 17-year-old Reynoldsburg resident to Grant Medical Center.
Plans to build an assisted living facility in Reynoldsburg took another step forward Monday, Feb. 1, when Reynoldsburg City Council's service committee considered legislation that would rezone an 11.22-acre parcel along Refugee Road Southwest.
Fight against cancer
Because "cancer never sleeps," cancer survivors, caregivers, friends and family will walk or run continuously for 12 to 24 hours in Relay For Life events this summer to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.
After several years of having all members sit on all committees, Reynoldsburg City Council has returned to having four members named to each standing committee.
* Reynoldsburg students named to the 2015 fall semester dean's list at Ohio Dominican include: Mikaela Davidson, Megan Feeney, Holly Lash, Erika Milligan and Caleb Wilson.
A federal grand jury in Columbus has indicted a Reynoldsburg resident on 26 counts of filing false claims for income tax refunds with the Internal Revenue Service.
After deliberating behind closed doors, Reynoldsburg school board members agreed last week to approve a 2.5-percent increase on base salaries for building principals, along with a 2-percent increase for other administrators.
The tale of a son following in the footsteps of his father is a familiar one: The elder sets an example for the young man, who grows into a similar role when he comes of age.
Two juveniles reported the hoverboard they were riding on was stolen by a black male wearing a dark hoodie on the evening of Jan. 17 near North Lancaster Avenue.