Going bald after chemotherapy is a sad reality for too many cancer patients, but three Reynoldsburg teachers and eight HS2 Academy juniors are willing to shave their heads at a public event if the community will help raise $6,000 to combat childhood cancer.
Franklin County commissioners moved on a plan last week that would not only raze and then rebuild Veterans Memorial in Columbus, but also begin what they said would be a revitalization of the Scioto Peninsula.
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Reynoldsburg City Council approved a 2014 interim budget Monday, Dec. 9, but two council members said Mayor Brad McCloud should have prepared an actual budget with suggested cuts in light of the failed income tax issue.
Reynoldsburg residents will see a hike in sewer rates for 2014, although city officials said water rates will stay the same.
Reynoldsburg's intervention teachers are getting into gear to help third-graders who are struggling to meet the state's third-grade reading guarantee.
The Reynoldsburg Area Chamber of Commerce ended its year Dec. 5 by swearing in new board members for 2014.
Two masked men attempted to rob a local business by holding a gun to an employee's head last week.
The Ohio Historical Society will celebrate Christmas in two distinct ways this season.
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