More Licking County News
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.
The Licking County Soil and Water Conservation District organizes the countywide effort each year to clean up the Licking River, its tributaries and other county waterways.
More than 100 people met with Pataskala City Council's utility committee Sept. 16 to learn more about new state guidelines that require all private sewage-treatment systems to be licensed and to have annual maintenance records.
The Pataskala Division of Police last week received several calls about semitrailers driving on restricted streets after the southbound lane closure on Main Street (state Route 310).
Treasurer Richard Jones says he found ordering a modular office building is far more complex than ordering a modular classroom.
A Licking Heights eighth-grade teacher says she is transforming her passion for U.S. history into something beyond the normal classroom experience for her students.
The latest in agricultural research and equipment will be showcased during the Farm Science Review Sept. 22-24 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center, 135 state Route 38 N.E. in London.
Antique Power Show
The Pataskala Antique Power Show will muscle up for its 15th year with vehicle-pulling contests all three days of the event, according to Mayor Mike Compton.