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$81,000 contract with Huffmaster
With a possible teachers strike pending, Reynoldsburg school board members voted 4-0 Tuesday night, Aug. 19, to hire a firm that provides substitutes to cross picket lines.
An online petition asking the Reynoldsburg school district to offer "a fair and equitable contract to the Reynoldsburg Education Association, showing value and respect," has gathered more than 500 signatures.
The Reynoldsburg Community Event Bike -- a black Harley-Davidson motorcycle with custom chrome exhaust pipes and a red and blue underbody light kit -- attracted lots of attention at the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival, especially after dark.
Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival
Organizers estimate more than 5,000 people visited the 49th annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival last weekend, sampling fried green tomatoes, tomato-flavored ice cream, funnel cakes and other fair foods, or listening to live bands and sipping a brew in the beer garden.
Orange barrel zone
Motorists who travel Brice Road in Reynoldsburg will deal with significant traffic pattern changes, detours and a reduced speed limit for the next two weeks as crews continue working on a $4.8-million resurfacing and construction project.
It was weed trimmer vs. weed killer in a neighborhood dispute over tall grass last week.
Regular Farmers Market Thursdays are coming to an end this month, but vendors asked for a bonus market day in September to accommodate the late harvest.
College Testing Services now provides the community professional licensure and certification and GED testing at Columbus State's Gahanna Regional Learning Center on Wednesday evenings.
A parent group supporting Reynoldsburg teachers plans a “white-out” at next week’s school board meeting.
Tomatoes won’t be the only thing red at the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival this weekend.
Reynoldsburg students headed back to class this week with teachers considering whether to strike and Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning promising that schools will remain open even if members of the Reynoldsburg Education Association hit the picket lines.
Using data from a software program that tracks traffic accidents, Reynoldsburg police are cracking down on careless drivers along a section of Brice Road.
Council vote on animal laws
Two weeks after Reynoldsburg City Council voted to reject all recommendations to change the city's animal ordinance, a local veterinarian who was a member of the ad hoc committee named to study the existing laws is wondering if it "was a sham."
It wasn't just the "heavy smell of burning marijuana" that caused police to file charges against a Reynoldsburg man after a traffic stop at 10:45 a.m. Aug. 7.