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Reynoldsburg Board of Education members reduced athletic and music participation fees for students by almost half, but the news caused barely a ripple among a crowd of teachers and parents when it was announced at a school board meeting last week.
Reynoldsburg City Council heard the first reading Monday, Oct. 27, of ordinances to hike water and sewer rates, along with contracts to begin preliminary engineering for water and sewer line replacements.
Most Reynoldsburg-area voters will not see local issues on the Nov. 4 ballot but those who reside in the Licking County portions of the city will decide the fate of two renewal levies.
Donna Bauman said she accepted the post of acting Reynoldsburg Parks and Recreation director to keep the department's programs running smoothly for the community.
BZBA ruling overturned
Reynoldsburg City Council agreed this week to allow a day care facility to move a few doors down from its current location in Olde Rey-noldsburg, overturning a ruling by the city's Board of Zoning and Building Appeals (BZBA).
Reynoldsburg police who responded to an armed robbery report later found the weapons involved were actually BB guns.
Fire destroyed a garage and melted the front of a pickup truck at 994 Lancaster Ave. in Reynoldsburg at 4:20 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23.
Reynoldsburg parent Margaret Mary Luzny said she hopes the community will show its support of Reynoldsburg High School's Raider Marching Pride by attending a "send-off" event at noon Saturday, Nov. 1, at Reynoldsburg High School, 6699 E. Livingston Ave.
* U.S. Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Shaina R. Lyon and Air Force Airman Thomas W. Slaughter have graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
The Columbus Symphony Chamber Strings, including Reynoldsburg resident Jourdan Toliver, will perform its fall concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4, in Weigel Hall at Ohio State University.
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Fire destroyed a garage and melted the front of a pickup truck at 994 Lancaster Ave. in Reynoldsburg this afternoon, Oct. 23.
Difficult days at Taylor Road
Soon after moving back into classrooms after a 15-day teachers' strike, Reynoldsburg teachers are saying goodbye to one of their own this week.