Bexley needs new police station for numerous reasons

The Bexley Police Department currently occupies a building that was built in 1950-51 to be used as a fire station. The building was remodeled...

Whitehall tutoring center gets no vote; appeal likely

The Whitehall Board of Zoning and Building Appeals met July 2, and gave Village Network a thumbs down to provide tutoring services at 4450...

Tomato Fest gets seed money

Messenger photo by Dianne Garrett Reynoldsburg Wal-Mart presented a check for $1,750 to the Tomato Festival at the June 27 meeting of the...

Landlords lauded for fighting crime, criticized for curfew

Messenger photos by John Matuszak Pinetree Village resident Rick Burney cools off by being soaked by his grandson, Saul Burney, but he...

Wicked tells which witch is which

Photo by Joan Marcus Christina DiCicco is a comic gem as the bubbleheaded Galinda in "Wicked," now playing at the Ohio Theatre through July 8....

Bexley athletes send mixed message about drug, alcohol use

Almost all of the Bexley school district's 260 varsity athletes surveyed say their experiences have been positive and that coaches encourage them to make...

Woman who lost grandson saving lives with smoke detectors

Messenger photo by Dianne Garrett Audrey Watts (right) received the first free smoke detector installed by volunteers accompanying Carolyn Syx (left) canvassing east...

3rd Walnut Ridge Gates Scholar honored

Messenger photo by Heather Taylor Walnut Ridge High School graduate El Haji Falilou...

Bexley Council Oks site for police station, debates financing

It hasn't exactly been a high-speed chase, but after years of discussion, Bexley City Council is inching toward getting a new police station project...

Resident says use auxiliary officers for events

The city of Reynoldsburg should better utilize its auxiliary police officers, according to one concerned resident wwho spoke at the June 25 meeting of...

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