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The first day of high school can be difficult even for students raised in America, let alone an exchange student from a foreign country.
First Ward residents on Aug. 19 voted 198 to 122 to retain Pataskala City Councilwoman Pat Sagar, according to unofficial results from the Licking County Board of Elections.
Pataskala City Council is expected to vote next month on potential changes to the city's mayor's court.
Pataskala's street committee heard a recommendation Aug. 18 from city officials to alleviate traffic concerns on Granville Street but the solution would require a constructed reroute through contaminated land.
Earlier this month, the Southwest Licking school board voted 4-0, with Roger Zeune absent, to approve a three-year contract with district teachers.
The Pataskala Division of Police arrested and charged a 32-year-old man for driving under suspension, falsification and obstructing justice at 2:48 p.m. Aug. 14 on Coronado Drive after he allegedly ran from an officer who stopped his vehicle for a potential traffic violation.
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The 320 First Ward residents who turned out for an Aug. 19 recall election voted almost two to one to retain Pataskala City Councilwoman Pat Sagar, according to unofficial results from the Licking County Board of Elections.
Residents in Pataskala's First Ward will decide Tuesday, Aug. 19, if their City Council representative, Pat Sagar, will retain her seat.
Pataskala City Council
Pataskala City Council on Aug. 11 voted 6-0 in a special meeting to adopt a countywide natural hazards-mitigation plan, which would allow residents to apply for state and federal funding for certain projects, said City Administrator Benjamin King.
The Pataskala Division of Police is investigating several reported thefts from outdoor buildings or vehicles throughout the city.
The Licking Heights school board canceled its Aug. 19 meeting to schedule a community-outreach meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 26 to discuss student growth and facility needs prior to the regular meeting at 7 p.m.
All good things must come to an end, and summer is no exception.
Apeks LLC owner and president Andy Joseph quadrupled his Johnstown company's profits between 2012 and 2013.
Young professionals throughout central Ohio are invited to a gathering that will showcase a dozen neighborhoods and what makes them attractive.
Actors' Theatre of Columbus
Poor Sir John Falstaff.