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After serving as a board member for 15 years and winning re-election last year, Reynoldsburg Board of Education President Andrew Swope resigned Tuesday night.
Vick's Gourmet Pizza at 7333 E. Main St. in old Reynoldsburg will start 2015 by celebrating its 55th year in business while working toward a summer expansion into the old Connell Hardware space two doors down.
Fire board appointment
A proposed appointment to the West Licking Fire Board during a special Reynoldsburg City Council meeting Dec. 15 sparked tense words among council members and resulted in Councilman Cornelius McGrady III announcing he will run for mayor.
Reynoldsburg City Council unanimously approved a final 2015 budget during a special meeting Monday, Dec. 15, that shows an estimated $15.2 million in expenditures and $14.6 million in revenue for the general fund.
Reynoldsburg Truro Historical Society
Local history will come to life -- so to speak -- at the Reynoldsburg Heritage Museum for a new event called Monday Night at the Museum.
Reynoldsburg police arrested a woman Dec. 3 for driving under the influence, but not before she crashed into a cruiser, causing more than $15,000 in damages and injuring officer Michael Loyszczyk.
It seems like music fills the air during the holiday season. The songs and carols lift our spirits as well as trigger memories of times gone by.
A group of Reynoldsburg High School students has been nominated for a 2015 Ohio Liberator Award for their efforts to raise awareness about human trafficking.
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Fifth annual Crafts Gone Wild!, interactive crafting event, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 13, at the Wild Goose Creative, 2491 Summit St. Local vendors will be selling goods in time for holiday shopping and there will swag bags for visitors. Visit craftsgonewild.net for more information.
In a move that will cost the city $35,541 annually, Reynoldsburg City Council approved an ordinance Monday, Dec. 8, to move nine city employees to higher pay grades.
The city is considering a new two-year electric aggregation contract offer from AEP Energy that would include a $100,000 civic grant for Reynoldsburg, according to Service Director Nathan Burd.
Reynoldsburg police stepped up traffic control efforts recently by installing "target enforcement signs" and pavement markings to remind drivers not to exceed the 25 mph speed limits on Graham Road, Rosehill Road and a section of Lancaster Avenue.
Reynoldsburg parents who were initially drawn together as they dealt with a teachers strike this fall have now organized a Community Advisory Council (CAC) to discuss their concerns about curriculum, class sizes and other issues in the district.