The Bexley Celebrations Association coordinated the event, which featured refreshments and visits with Santa.
The Ohio Historical Society will celebrate Christmas in two distinct ways this season.
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It's been another stellar year for the Bexley City School District -- full of academic and financial highs despite some new challenges from the state.
Bexley city officials are considering the possibility of combining the city's Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals into one entity.
The five graduates of the inaugural Citizens Police Academy will help the Bexley Police Department gauge what the agency does well and what it could do better, according to Chief Larry Rinehart.
Bexley City Council opted to close out the year with only six of seven members following the retirement of council president Rick Weber on Nov. 19.
Congregation Agudas Achim will honor Robin Judd and Kenny Steinman at its fourth annual Scholarship Brunch that will be held at 11 a.m. Jan. 12, at the synagogue, 2767 E. Broad St.
A bicycle cooperative on Columbus' Near East Side not only promotes alternatives to automotive transportation, but also provides affordable access to bikes and the know-how to keep the wheels turning.
On Dec. 5, an employee of a business in the 1900 block of East Main Street told Bexley police she was en route to a local bank with a bag containing $3,107 to deposit for the business. While en route to the bank, she was approached by an unknown suspect who implied he had a handgun and would shoot her.
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