The tattered remnants of Old Glory were put to rest with a flag-retirement ceremony in Reynoldsburg last week.
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Reynoldsburg City Council's finance committee opted Monday, June 17, to pull back -- at least temporarily -- from a contentious income tax credit reduction proposal as a way to bring in more money.
Of the $460,000 in grants Battelle Memorial Institute gave to support STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education, only one went to a school district.
Reynoldsburg City Council President Doug Joseph said he expects to see a referendum effort if council approves an ordinance reducing the city's income tax credit, thus raising taxes for most people who live in Reynoldsburg.
Ever want to out-run a police officer -- without getting caught and going to jail?
The electrical needs of the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival sparked considerable discussion Monday, June 17, and ended with Council President Doug Joseph casting a tie-breaking vote to send legislation to the full council that would authorize the city to appropriate money for the expense.
Road rage became "sidewalk rage" when a woman pedestrian gestured to a car speeding down her street and ended up getting hit in the head with a cell phone.
Falling tree limbs caused the most damage in Reynoldsburg from the strong thunderstorms that hit overnight June 13.
Reynoldsburg's Independence Day celebration will span two days this year.
The last two weeks have been an emotional roller coaster for sophomore Leah Wallace of the Reynoldsburg High School girls track and field team.
Reynoldsburg High School senior Diamond Gause now has two additional things in common with her former teammate and sister Destinee Gause.
In the Division II state track and field meet a year ago, the Hartley High School boys team's only competitor was 2012 graduate Isaiah Walls, and he turned in a runner-up finish in the 300-meter hurdles in 38.95 seconds.
The Division I regional meet provided some pleasant surprises for Reynoldsburg High School girls track and field competitors Diamond Gause and Leah Wallace.
Art Alexakis, Everclear frontman and founder of the Summerland Tour, has just a few rules for the bands he brings along on the tour of ’90s alt-rock acts, making its second go-round in 2013.
Miller’s Columbus Ale House is bringing its expansive beer selection and menu to 1201 Olentangy River Road.
Austin-based musician Alejandro Rose-Garcia prefers, for professional purposes, to use a name made up by friends around a campfire when they were all giving themselves weird, throwback trail-guide names -- Shakey Graves.
Bar Exam columnist Joseph “Jeb” Bernert says the German Village destination reaches soaring heights in mixology.
The new executive chef of Latitude 41 brings Midwest sensibilities and West Coast flair to the menu.
'Wicked' closes it's run next weekend. Watch The Beat's interview with Kim Zimmer, a.k.a. Reva on Guiding Light.
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