Tens of thousands of Lego blocks fill the Yuhas home in Etna Township.
The Pataskala Division of Police arrested a 46-year-old man for assault -- with possible charges of aggravated assault -- at 1:56 p.m. Nov. 28 in the first block of East Broad Street.
The debate on Pataskala's legal firearms-discharge zones continued Dec. 2 when City Council heard the first reading of two ordinances to remove properties from the zones.
Pataskala City Council will wait until Monday, Dec. 16, to work out some of the details regarding a Jan. 14 hearing for malfeasance charges against Councilman Mike Fox.
Have you ever noticed the following observations about government?
Southwest Licking school board member Don Huber said Nov. 21 the district must appeal to voters' hearts instead of their heads when its bond issue goes back on the ballot.
Pataskala accepted resumes for interim city administrator through Dec. 6.
Choosing a most important 2013 project for the ProLogis-owned Etna Corporate Park is like picking a favorite child for Dan Evers, economic development director for the Grow Licking County Community Improvement Corp.
Southwest Licking school district officials likely will ask voters in May to reconsider the 6.04-mill bond issue that failed Nov. 5.
Councilman Mike Fox was issued a letter Nov. 25 informing him Pataskala City Council next month will hear charges of malfeasance he allegedly committed by participating in disciplinary proceedings for former West Licking fire chief David Fulmer.
In the wake of recent complaints about roadwork, members of Pataskala's street committee have agreed to become more involved in the city's Road Asset Management Plan.
The Pataskala Division of Police is investigating two recent reports of stolen vehicles.
Pataskala City Administrator Timothy Boland has accepted an offer to become the city manager of Steubenville, city officials learned Nov. 26.
Pataskala City Council Nov. 18 agreed unanimously to pay an employee an additional $75 a day for serving as acting city administrator.
The annual lighting of the Licking County Courthouse will begin at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29, the traditional "night after Thanksgiving."
Southwest Licking principals have analyzed the Ohio Department of Education's state report-card grades for individual school buildings and the buildings had mostly mixed reviews.
Granville resident Trish Newcomb has been named interim executive director of the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce.
More than 2,000 candle luminaries will light the 2013 Auto Tour at Dawes Arboretum from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6.
Pataskala City Council voted 4-3 Monday, Nov. 18, to consider taking two properties out of the city's firearms discharge zone.
The Pataskala Division of Police arrested a 20-year-old man for domestic violence, obstructing official business and for an outstanding warrant at 4:26 a.m. Nov. 16, in the 6000 block of Mink Street.
The Sterling Theater in Pataskala will host the Capital Showcase Chorus for its annual fundraiser to raise money for theater improvements at 7 p.m. Dec. 6.
Pataskala City Council on Nov. 18 voted 4-3 to consider taking two properties out of the city’s firearms discharge zone.
Many U.S. soldiers in Kuwait will celebrate Christmas this year with more than 100 trees donated by the Ohio Christmas Tree Association.
The central and southeast areas of Ohio have grown so significantly that by the second quarter of 2015, the 740 area code no longer may be able to serve all residents and businesses in need of a phone number.
The Pataskala Division of Police has charged five juveniles ages 15 to 17 for vandalizing a home on Laurel Lane.
Gastroenterologist Shakil A. Karim, D.O., has been named 2013 Physician of the Year at Licking Memorial Hospital (LMH).
The Bullet Ranch, a shooting range and retail firearms store that opened last month in Pataskala, gives central Ohio gun enthusiasts another choice in a market with few options, according to its owner.
The Pataskala Health Campus is nearing capacity as new services are added.
Dec 13, 2013 | Currently: 17° Partly Cloudy