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After months of discussion about how to solve the city’s revenue woes, Reynoldsburg City Council members decided to table a proposal to raise the city’s income tax from 1.5 percent to 2 percent but left the door open to revisit a tax-credit reduction.
St. Stevan of Dechani Serbian Orthodox Church, annual Serbian Festival, noon to 10 p.m. July 26, at the church, 1840 N. Cassady Ave.
With just days remaining before the contract between the Reynoldsburg school district and its teachers expires July 31, the two sides appear far apart on reaching another agreement.
Beekeeping is all about health and wellness for the eight-member Parker family of Blacklick.
The Etna Township trustees on July 7 voted 3-0 in a special meeting to remove a joint economic-development zone from the Aug. 5 special-election ballot, leaving the fate of a state Route 310 widening project in limbo, according to township officials.
Mayor Brad McCloud's decision to use executive authority to give Reynoldsburg's parks and recreation director a $10,000 raise isn't sitting well with Councilman Cornelius McGrady III, who said Monday he will not support a city income tax request because of it.
Reynoldsburg City Council members will vote on whether to drop the ban on pit bulls and allow chickens within city limits at the next full council meeting.
Reynoldsburg police are investigating several reports of vehicles being vandalized between July 13 and July 15.
Clowns, acrobats, aerial daredevils on high wires, a "dog and pony show" and yes -- even full-size elephants -- will arrive in Reynoldsburg with the Carson & Barnes Circus.
Reynoldsburg City Council was expected to vote Monday, July 14, on whether to ask residents to approve an income tax increase in November but opted instead to send the issue back to the finance committee for further discussion.
Recognizing the signs of human trafficking and training people to respond to those signs is the goal behind two public awareness events in July, according to Reynoldsburg City Councilman Cornelius McGrady III.
Monthly trash-collection costs may drop next year for Reynoldsburg residents if city council members approve a new contract with Rumpke Waste Removal and Recycling.
This theft is no laughing matter: Reynoldsburg police are looking for a thief with a yen for rare comic books.
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