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Licking Heights, Southwest Licking
The Licking Heights and Southwest Licking school districts on Sept. 12 received their annual report cards from the Ohio Department of Education.
Pataskala officials likely will face a tight budget in 2015.
Licking County River Roundup
Things couldn't have gone better for Pataskala's first involvement in the Licking County River Roundup, according to Mayor Mike Compton.
The Pataskala Division of Police was alerted Sept. 4 that the Franklin County Jail was holding 25-year-old Michael Phillips of Columbus, who was wanted on an outstanding warrant for a third-degree felony.
Officials want Ohioans who live and work in the region served by the 740 area code to update their dialing habits ahead of a new area code's debut.
Pataskala City Council
Pataskala City Council on Sept. 2 agreed in a 6-1 vote to increase fees for the Pataskala Mayor's Court and hire an administrative receptionist.
Building at 430 S. Main St.
Pataskala City Council will not borrow $180,000 to pay for the police department's new roof.
Pataskala Division of Police officers are searching for suspects after a home invasion that occurred between 4 and 6:56 a.m. Aug. 26 in the 300 block of Edenberry Drive.
Nothing tends to spark a memory like an old favorite song.
The Rotary Club of Pataskala last month purchased a hog at the Hartford Fair from Eddie Gero of Pataskala, who built the gazebo at Veterans Green on Main Street in 2011 for an Eagle Scout project.
Pataskala last week began interviewing candidates for the planning and zoning director's position and city officials are expected to post an advertisement for public-services director in the next few weeks.
Mental Health America of Licking County has announced that nominations are underway for thePaddy Kutz Community Mental Health Award, to be presented Thursday, Nov. 13, at the MHALC annual meeting.