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Pet FBI aims to reunite lost ones with owners

Reynoldsburg City Council clerk April Beggerow knew just what to do when her friend, Tracie Hart, lost her cat last fall.

Charges in shooting to be filed in Licking County

The Reynoldsburg teen injured when a gun went off during a scuffle likely will be charged through Licking County Juvenile Court because the firearm had been reported stolen in Pataskala.

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District rechecking report card data

With the second phase of the state report card expected by Feb. 25, Reynoldsburg school district officials are checking and rechecking state test results to find mistakes and file appeals with the Ohio Department of Education -- before the data affects final letter grades.

Officers, civilian honored by city

Six Reynoldsburg police officers have earned public commendations for their accomplishments on the job -- something Reynoldsburg Mayor Brad McCloud said he views with pride.

Three join ranks of police force

Three new officers have joined the Reynoldsburg Division of Police, bringing the total number of sworn officers on the force to 55, according to Lt. Ron Wright.
Keeping SCOR

Many pieces fit together to make center successful

February is the month of hearts. Everywhere you look, you see hearts and valentines.
Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Tires stolen, cars left propped on cinderblocks

A resident reported the right rear rim and tire were stolen from his car sometime Feb. 4 while it was parked in the lot of his apartment complex in the 1200 block of Rosehill Road. Police reports said it appeared an attempt was made to remove another tire from the same car, which the thief left propped up with a piece of cinderblock.

Volunteer collects sleeping bags for homeless

Canal Winchester resident Paul Workmaster is a man with a mission.

Making marks

Local students named to the honor roll for the second quarter at career centers are:

State medical director: Legionnaires' fairly common

Legionnaires' disease, an ailment that frequently finds its way into the media spotlight, is not all that uncommon in Ohio, according to the state's medical director.

Reynoldsburg teen faces charges after weekend shooting incident at school

A Reynoldsburg teen who was injured during a scuffle involving a stolen gun is facing charges.

Two indicted in connection with seven robberies

A federal grand jury has indicted two Columbus men in connection with seven Ohio robberies, including banks in Reynoldsburg and Columbus.
Neighbor helping neighbor

Bright smiles, fun times illuminate carnival space

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.

Winter Market continues

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