Members of Pickerington's Boy Scout Troop 256 last month were among a select group invited to train with and observe activities of cadets at the United States Military Academy.
A Toll Gate Middle School teacher who helps struggling students improve learning and catch up academically with classmates has been named the Pickerington Local School District's Teacher of the Year.
A coalition of nine Pickerington-area churches joined forces Saturday, May 11, to bestow random acts of kindness and perform good deeds throughout the city.
The Pickerington High School Central Marching Band next week will pay thanks to area veterans, military personnel and senior citizens during its annual Tribute to Patriots concert.
The odds of Pickerington being awarded a grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation for the state Route 256-Diley Road "roundabout" proposal appeared to City Engineer Greg Bachman to be a long shot back in March.
Pickerington is in the process of enlisting the services of HDR Engineering Inc. to design a new groundwater well to help meet its increased demands for water.
It is not hard to locate Dorothy Peterson.
Pickerington police are still looking for a man a Pataskala woman said followed her on state Route 256 and later said he was a police officer when she said she was calling the police.
Filmmaker Nick Suclescy will debut his oddball comedy, The Tequila Renaissance, May 11 at Studio 35 in Clintonville.
Food trucks operating in some of the busiest areas of Columbus will become part of a seven-month pilot program aimed at establishing new rules for the mobile vendors.
The addition of the Columbus Metropolitan, Worthington and Southwest Public libraries to the Central Library Consortium will mean a disruption to library computer systems later this month as the new consortium members transition to the new catalog.
For Rachel Kreidler, everyday is Mother's Day.
Violet Township is one of 50 Ohio townships chosen to participate in the Townshipwide Systematic Signage Upgrade Program, an Ohio Department of Transportation program which allows eligible townships to receive new safety and advanced warning signs.
Pickerington High School North has received a $250 Year-End Celebration Grant from AAA Ohio Auto Club to help fund a substance-free after prom event, Saturday and Sunday, May 11-12.
Young-adult fiction author Laura L. Smith writes not just to entertain, but to get people -- particularly young girls -- talking about difficult topics.
A Pickerington junior high school student last month was invited to visit Washington, D.C., to perform a ballet routine at a national ceremony honoring children of Reserve and National Guard members.
Pickerington High School Central last week announced the 10 highest-performing students academically in its class of 2013.
Teaching cardiopulmonary resuscitation to as many community members as possible is the goal of "Community CPR Day" May 18 at Pickerington High School Central, 300 Opportunity Way.
For more than 60 years, a group of Columbus-area men have sought to keep a piece of Americana alive through four-part, harmonized singing.
After a three-month search, the city of Pickerington has chosen a replacement for outgoing City Engineer Greg Bachman.
Brad Shimp likes to joke that great things happen after he leaves a job.
Pickerington High School North seniors have less than a month before graduation, and last week the school announced its "Decem Decori" for the class of 2013.
Pickerington's three-member Board of Zoning Appeals unanimously approved variance applications by McDonald's Restaurants, located at 1091 Hill Road North, at its April 25 meeting.
The spirit, excitement and adventure of motorcycling is being celebrated in an art exhibit titled "2 Wheels plus Motor, A Fine Art Exhibition" at the American Motorcyclist Association Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum in Pickerington.
An annual 5K walk and run organized by local students once again will benefit a Pickerington family in need of medical assistance.
The Diley Road Ballfields in Pickerington feature two well-tended baseball diamonds and adequate parking in a paved lot.
Big Brothers Big Sisters will hold its Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser at Rule3 in Pickerington Saturday and Sunday, May 4 and 5.
The Knights of Columbus of Seton Parish, Pickerington Council No. 11187, paid tribute to area safety forces April 27 by holding its 11th Annual "Blue Coat Award Dinner."
Pickerington police charged a 28-year-old resident 5 felony counts of forgery April 17 for allegedly passing several counterfeit $100 bills at area businesses.
Olde Pickerington Village will be the epicenter of chocolate heaven Friday, May 3, as 17 of its businesses will participate in the third annual "Olde Village Chocolate Hop."
The sounds of Broadway will fill Pickerington's Epiphany Lutheran Church on Saturday, May 4, as the Pickerington Community Chorus presents its annual Spring Concert.
Toll Gate Elementary School in Pickerington is hosting a fundraiser/author signing with the support of the local Barnes and Noble bookstore to benefit the PTO classroom library fund.
The Pickerington Police Department's new Drug Abuse Resistance Education vehicle runs on compressed natural gas, thus saving money, protecting the environment and educating kids about the dangers of drugs and alcohol all in one turn of the ignition key.
Pickerington High School Central's Theatre Department this week will open its first production of Les Miserables.
The Pickerington Board of Education this week approved a contract to purchase new employee safety training software.
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