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The street fair ran from Aug. 19-22 and was expected to attract 8,000 to 10,000 visitors, according to Mayor Mike Compton.
Etna Township likely will have a single contested race on the fall ballot.
Pataskala police officers handed out multiple drug citations Aug. 19 after receiving a report of a juvenile being locked out of a house in the first block of Coronado Drive.
In the Cinderella Scholarship Pageant, dreams really do come true.
Southwest Licking administrators breathed a collective sigh of relief Monday, Aug. 17, as the school district's new busing system went off without a hitch on the first day of classes.
Voters in western Licking County will have many decisions to make this fall with contested races for Pataskala City Council, Etna Township trustee and the Licking Heights and Southwest Licking school boards on the ballot.
The 60th annual Pataskala Street Fair is expected to attract 8,000 to 10,000 people to Main Street (state Route 310) in downtown Pataskala from Aug. 19-22, according to Mayor Mike Compton.
The Pataskala Division of Police is investigating two recent thefts: