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The all-time winningest high school girls basketball coach in Ohio history pleaded guilty Wednesday to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and might face disciplinary action from the Pickerington Local School District.
State report card
The Pickerington Local School District once again showed mixed performance results under the state's system for assessing public education.
Violet Township Women's League
For the past 15 years the Violet Township Women's League has provided a venue for area women to nurture relationships and perform good works in the Pickerington area.
The Pickerington Kroger Co. store at 1045 Hill Road North is preparing for a major expansion/renovation project that will greatly increase its size as well as add a drive-through pharmacy.
The Pickerington Public Library has launched an online survey it hopes will guide services, its collection and possible changes to its facility during the next five years and beyond.
Protect & Serve
If you've ever had to call 9-1-1 for a life-threatening emergency, you know the urgency to have your call answered promptly and handled efficiently to get you the help you need.
New equipment that will allow the Pickerington Local School District to provide manufacturing and robotics curriculum was on display earlier this month as a collaboration of districts showcased the next phase in preparing students for careers and college.
Pickerington High School North will crown its homecoming queen during halftime of the Panthers football game against Newark Friday, Sept. 19.
Pickerington Community Theatre
Helping abandoned animals find good homes while getting your laugh on are not mutually exclusive activities.
State report cards for 2013-14
The Pickerington Local School District once again showed mixed performance results under the state’s system for assessing public education.
Pickerington city officials are investigating the viability of imposing special assessments in the future to buttress possible revenue shortfalls.
Giving blood just once can help save up to three lives. Thus, ordinary people who want to give back to their communities can make a huge difference by simply donating blood.
Leading the way at Pickerington's Labor Day parade Sept. 1 were two brothers whose bonds run deeper than familial.
The PCMA Food Pantry of Pickerington has named Barbara Meek its new director of community relations and development.