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Lab students work to I.C.E. tasks

Second-graders at Herbert Mills STEM Elementary School were civil engineers for a day last Friday at the I.C.E. Lab, designing "tennis ball towers" using only 20 drinking straws, 40 inches of masking tape, scissors, a tape measure and one tennis ball.
Consortium for Good Government

City, board candidates invited to Sept. 10 forum

Candidates running for key positions in Reynoldsburg on Nov. 3 have been invited to participate in a Sept. 10 public forum conducted by the Franklin County Consortium for Good Government.

eSTEM Academy earns recognition from 'Newsweek'

A Reynoldsburg high school landed on Newsweek's 2015 list of 500 Top High Schools, competing against 16,000 schools nationwide to determine which did the best job of preparing students for college.

Moms, sons invited to Halloween costume dance

Reynoldsburg officials hope a new event sponsored by the city's parks and recreation department will help mothers and their sons create memories to last a lifetime.

Arson suspected in swim club fire, tip line set up

Truro Township firefighters continue to sift through evidence and follow leads to catch the arsonist who torched the Reynoldsburg Swim Center at 7215 E. Main St. last Friday.

Church to hold AIDS-prevention forum

Livingston United Methodist Church is hosting "Just Save One, Ohio," an educational forum and fundraiser on HIV/AIDS.

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Police beat

Reynoldsburg: Counterfeit money passed at Taylor Road business

Police recovered counterfeit money on two separate occasions from a store in the 2700 block of Taylor Road.

Arson suspected in early morning fire at Reynoldsburg Swim Club

Reynoldsburg Truro Township Fire Department fire officials said an arsonist ignited a fire that consumed a large portion of the old Reynoldsburg Swim Club, 7215 E. Main St., early this morning.

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OPWC funding

City seeks $1.9M for repairs on Baldwin Road

Reynoldsburg officials hope to secure an Ohio Public Works Commission grant to fund a $1.9 million Baldwin Road improvement project.
Reynoldsburg schools

Change bans sexual orientation as employment factor

The Reynoldsburg Board of Education approved a policy change Aug. 18 that prohibits considering sexual orientation as a factor for employment.

School district will auction Trailblazer houses Sept. 25

Two dilapidated duplexes owned by the Reynoldsburg school district will be up for public auction next month.

Heroes for Heroes obstacle race in need of volunteers

Organizers of Reynoldsburg's second annual Heroes for Heroes 5K obstacle race are hoping 75 people will volunteer their time to a good cause at the Sept. 12 event at Civic Park.

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