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The event featured games, music, puppets and, of course, chocolate.
Pataskala's seven-member charter-review commission has met twice this year and is requesting ideas for potential changes from city department leaders and community members.
It's been a long time coming, but construction is scheduled to begin later this year on the Cherry Valley Road and state Route 16 interchange project following final approval Feb. 26 from Ohio's Transportation Review Advisory Council.
Pataskala police officers cited two teenagers for disorderly conduct and theft Feb. 24 after an altercation at a business in the 300 block of Broad Street.
The Hornets lost the LCL contest 48-40.
Pataskala leaders are considering construction of a salt barn to increase the city's storage capacity.
The Licking County Foundation is helping three Licking Heights teachers go the extra mile -- one of them quite literally -- for their students.
Pataskala City Council members want to talk more about the Mink Street land included in a petition to legalize marijuana in Ohio.
The Pataskala Division of Police is trying to raise money to replace its two police dogs, Nero and Junior, both of whom are 7 years old.
The Pataskala Division of Police was out in full force in the early morning hours of Valentine's Day to investigate reports of a burglary and a shooting scene, both of which turned out to be false alarms.