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Bexley Overview

Bexley, 2010 census population 13,057, area 2.4 sq mi, is a city in Franklin County, Ohio. Bexley falls within ZIP code 43209 and area code 614.

An enclave of Columbus, along with Minerva Park, Whitehall, Worthington, Upper Arlington, and Valleyview, Bexley has been an Ohio city in its own right since New Year's Day, 1932.

A sparkling gem among Columbus neighborhoods, Bexley is one of the most desirable locations in the Greater Columbus area, known for its beautiful historic homes.

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Bexley News

Bexley Councilman Madison removed as committee chair over resident confrontation. Bexley City Council temporarily stripped Councilman Tim Madison from his position of the chair of the Zoning, Development, and Judiciary Committee on Tuesday in response to his confrontation with a resident in the city hall parking lot last month during a break in a meeting.  The decision came after more than one hour of executive session in which the city council discussed its possible punishment for Madison, who resisted calls from some residents to resign. As part of its disciplinary action, city council also strongly urged Madison to seek professional counseling to address "whatever issues need to be addressed," City Councilman Steve Keyes said. The Columbus Dispatch, Dec 11 2018 10:14 PM.

Hanukkah's celebration of light even more meaningful after darkness of Pittsburgh tragedy. This Hanukkah, local Jews and others around the globe are using the holiday to show that they won't be brought down by hate. "For us as Jews, the way we show Jews are not going to be stopped by terrorism is to come together and enjoy, and this is the perfect holiday to show light and strength," said Rabbi Sharon Skolnik, a second-grade teacher at Columbus Jewish Day School in New Albany. The Columbus Dispatch, Dec 8 2018 7:58 AM.

Bobtail Ice Cream to be acquired by Ohio company with family ties. Bobtail Ice Cream Co., on Broadway in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, will be acquired by Johnson's Real Ice Cream, a family operation that was started by the grandfather of one of Bobtail's co-founders. Bobtail Ice Cream Co., on Broadway in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, will be acquired by Johnson's Real Ice Cream, a family operation that was started by the grandfather of one of Bobtail's co-founders. Chicago Tribune, Dec 5 2018 1:08 PM.

Central Ohio Hanukkah festivities run through week Updated at. As those of the Jewish faith in central Ohio begin lighting menorahs Sunday, there will be a theme of light over darkness in hopes of promoting love and tolerance. Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights, begins a little more than a month after 11 people were slain and six others were wounded Oct. 27 when a gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill, a suburb that is the heart of Pittsburgh's Jewish community. The Columbus Dispatch, Dec 1 2018 8:49 PM.

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Bexley Councilman Madison removed as committee chair over resident confrontation. Bexley City Council temporarily stripped Councilman Tim Madison from his position of the chair of the Zoning, Development, and Judiciary Committee on Tuesday in response to his confrontation with a resident in the city hall parking lot last month during a break in a meeting.  The decision came after more than one hour of executive session in which the city council discussed its possible punis... The Columbus Dispatch, Dec 11 2018 10:14 PM.

Hanukkah's celebration of light even more meaningful after darkness of Pittsburgh tragedy. This Hanukkah, local Jews and others around the globe are using the holiday to show that they won't be brought down by hate. "For us as Jews, the way we show Jews are not going to be stopped by terrorism is to come together and enjoy, and this is the perfect holiday to show light and strength," said Rabbi Sharon Skolnik, a second-grade teacher at Columbus Jewish Day School in... The Columbus Dispatch, Dec 8 2018 7:58 AM.

Bobtail Ice Cream to be acquired by Ohio company with family ties. Bobtail Ice Cream Co., on Broadway in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, will be acquired by Johnson's Real Ice Cream, a family operation that was started by the grandfather of one of Bobtail's co-founders. Bobtail Ice Cream Co., on Broadway in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, will be acquired by Johnson's Real Ice Cream, a family operation that was started by the grandfather of ... Chicago Tribune, Dec 5 2018 1:08 PM.

Central Ohio Hanukkah festivities run through week Updated at. As those of the Jewish faith in central Ohio begin lighting menorahs Sunday, there will be a theme of light over darkness in hopes of promoting love and tolerance. Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights, begins a little more than a month after 11 people were slain and six others were wounded Oct. 27 when a gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill, a suburb that ... The Columbus Dispatch, Dec 1 2018 8:49 PM.

Fun Facts About Bexley

In 1935, three years after Bexley became a city, William A. Schneider was elected Bexley's first mayor. He served in office for 32 years.

The Ohio Governor’s Mansion and the home of the president of The Ohio State University are both located in Bexley.

Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland and U.S Senator from Ohio George Voinovich have both been residents of Bexley.

Bexley is home to three institutions of higher learning: Capital University with Capital University Law School, founded in 1830 and affiliated with the Evengelical Lutheran Church in America; Trinity Lutheran Seminary, also founded in 1830 and also part of the ELCA; and Bexley Hall, an Episcopal seminary founded in 1823.