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Vintage tractors, tractor pulls and a farmers market were among the activities at the annual event, which ran Sept. 25-27.
The Pataskala Recreation Association is expected to build one college-sized soccer field and 80 new parking spaces on Adams Lane SW, near the LEADS Community Action Agency.
New Albany City Council last month voted 6-1 to apply for $1 million from the Ohio Public Works Commission to construct a roundabout at the intersection of Johnstown Road (U.S. Route 62) at Greensward and Lambton Park roads.
Licking Heights Superintendent Philip Wagner said high school staff members responded quickly to a Sept. 25 bomb threat, evacuating all high school students to the nearby football stadium.
A vehicle was returned to its Pataskala owner Sept. 27 after it was found in Columbus and impounded, according to Pataskala police.
The Honor Flight Columbus program flies senior veterans to Washington, D.C., to tour the national monuments built in their honor.
The Pataskala charter-review commission is wrapping up its work and its members plan to present recommended changes to Pataskala City Council before the end of the year, according to chairman Andy Walther.
Although the business basically is already in operation, Etna Township Administrator Rob Platte said Jennifer Crank-Bauchmoyer, owner of IncrediPAWS Dog Training, will seek a conditional-use permit from the board of zoning appeals.
Licking Heights school board members plan to meet in a joint session with the Pataskala City Council at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at a location to be determined to discuss Issue 3, which seeks to legalize marijuana in Ohio.