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Reynoldsburg Board of Education
New school board President Elaine Tornero's interpretation of board policy for speakers at meetings is not going over well with members of a Reynoldsburg community group.
Feb. 5 event
Reynoldsburg Mayor Brad McCloud's annual State of the City address will not be part of a dual program with the Reynoldsburg schools superintendent this year.
The Reynoldsburg Youth Human Trafficking Coalition was a big winner at the third annual Ohio Liberator Awards ceremony, bringing home first place in the student group category.
Reynoldsburg police arrested a woman for disorderly conduct after an incident at a local restaurant where a security guard sprayed mace in her face.
Diners have a new choice for "high casual" dining in Olde Reynoldsburg, with the opening of the Prost Beer and Wine Cafe in a building that once housed a fire station.
Central Ohio Callers Association Snowball, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Feb. 8 at Eastpointe Church, 745 N. Waggoner Road, Blacklick. Powell and others will call square dances. Contact Eddie Powell for advance sale tickets at Eddie@EddiePowell.com.
Route 256 corridor
Citing traffic accident information from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission and the Reynoldsburg Police Department's ATACRAIDS software, city officials are hoping to convince the state to do a safety review of the state Route 256 corridor.
By appointing Eric Snowden planning administrator, Reynoldsburg Mayor Brad McCloud recently filled a position that has been vacant for several years.
Reynoldsburg's newest board of education member was expected to be sworn in Tuesday, Jan. 20, to fill a vacancy created when Andrew Swope resigned last month.
Reynoldsburg police are investigating a hit-and-run accident involving a pedestrian who was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
Reynoldsburg police charged a man for possession of a "counterfeit controlled substance" after he tried to sell someone crushed Tylenol, claiming it was crack cocaine.
The Reynoldsburg Board of Education voted to appoint Dan Hayes to fill the vacant school board seat but not without a debate that lasted more than an hour Thursday evening, Jan. 15.