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  • Heroin has become a local epidemic. No longer an inner-city problem, it pervades every central Ohio suburb. It's a community problem. Young people are getting hooked in increasing numbers. For some, there is hope through rehabilitation and treatment. For others, the story ends tragically in death.

    Heroin Hits Home

    In this three-week series, ThisWeek Community News talks to law enforcement, school officials, treatment professionals and addicts about the extremely addictive drug and what can be done to solve the problem. Week one looks at the faces of addiction.
    Anita Walker, Wanda Shoemaker and the Rev. Matt Walls from Reynoldsburg Church of the Nazarene bow their heads in prayer during a Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony in Reynoldsburg. Volunteers spent the day holding signs and handing out flags to motorists as they drove down Main Street.

    Remembering 9/11

Letter from city leaders, business owners

Reynoldsburg teachers, district asked to 'build on common ground'

City leaders and business owners in Reynoldsburg responded to the pending teachers strike by drafting a letter to the Reynoldsburg Education Association and Reynoldsburg City Schools.

Navy Reservist killed in Afghanistan

Dispatch: A Reynoldsburg man who was on his third tour of combat duty was among three coalition troops killed when a suicide car bomber struck in Afghanistan yesterday.

Last-ditch bargaining session scheduled Sept. 18

Negotiating teams for Reynoldsburg schools and the Reynoldsburg Education Association scheduled a 1 p.m. bargaining session today, Sept. 18, with a federal mediator in a last-minute effort to avoid a teachers strike.
Revenue issues emerge again

Talks resume on tax hike, income tax credit

City revenue woes reared up again during a finance committee discussion Monday, prompting Reynoldsburg City Council members to revisit a tax credit reduction or an income tax hike for the spring ballot.

Road salt price more than doubles, supplies low

A road salt shortage due to last winter's arctic blast and record snowfall may mean the city of Reynoldsburg will pay more than twice as much for salt this year, Service Director Nathan Burd said.

Area history will be on display at open house

Do you know who James C. Reynolds was?
Police beat

Mother charged after police find toddler in hot car

Reynoldsburg police charged a woman for endangering children after she left her 3-year-old son alone in an overheated car in a parking lot.
Keeping SCOR

Best part of travel is being able to meet new people

Recently, a group of us traveled to Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming on the "Wonders of the West" trip. We had a great time experiencing the beauty of the land and its natural and manmade wonders.
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Cops & Courts

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