Reynoldsburg City Councilman Cornelius McGrady III proposed last week that $4,900 be added to the parks and recreation department budget to cover Reynoldsburg's share of paying for a Youth Leadership Summit.
Parents still have a couple of weeks to register children for Camp Adventure, a new summer program for Reynoldsburg children that includes ventures into academics, athletics and art.
A Reynoldsburg policeman had to explain to a driver May 9 that he could not grant a presidential pardon.
A produce market offering fresh vegetables, fruits, bakery and dairy items for Reynoldsburg families in need will begin operating on a monthly basis this month at Hannah Ashton Middle School, 1482 Jackson St.
More than 800 helium balloons, each personalized with the name of a missing child, will be set adrift over Reynoldsburg May 22 in an early observance of National Missing Children's Day.
Reynoldsburg resident Jada Brooks gathered her five children around her hospital bed on Mother's Day instead of around her kitchen table.
Etna Township trustees want to establish a Joint Economic Development District on land north and south of Interstate 70 to help fund improvements to state Route 310 and local infrastructure.
Reynoldsburg City Council this week authorized the chief of police to apply for a grant that could fund a community resource officer and approved a transfer of funds to hire a part-time employee at the senior center.
Dozens of people joined the ranks of amputees April 15 when first one and then another terrorist bomb exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
A Reynoldsburg man with five prior OVI convictions was charged with felony OVI April 29 after the vehicle he was driving went off the road and crashed into a house on Rosehill Road.
Reynoldsburg police were dispatched to Rosehill Road May 2 to investigate a complaint from a driver who said another motorist had been tailgating him and pulled out a handgun after the two exchanged words.
The spring allergy season is here -- and it's arrived early.
Franklin County Fair organizers are accepting applications for the Battle of the Bands scheduled Monday, July 15.
For more than 60 years, a group of Columbus-area men have sought to keep a piece of Americana alive through four-part, harmonized singing.
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