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Fairfield County sheriff's deputies and Pickerington police officers this afternoon (Wednesday, Aug. 27) escorted Pickerington Local School District students out of school buildings following a late morning threat.
Aug. 29-Sept. 1
For 25 years, Tommy Pappas was content to be a behind-the-scenes guy at the Greek Festival.
After nearly seven decades of frying fish to golden perfection, one might say the Pickerington Lions Club has its annual Labor Day Fish Fry down to an exact science.
The 2014 pool season in Pickerington is going out with a bark.
A Pickerington mother of four has parlayed a passion for making goodies into a full-time career and is now opening up her own retail shop in the heart of the city.
A Pickerington Local School District pilot program to provide free nourishment to the hungry this summer not only achieved its objective, but also sparked buy-in by the public at large, according to the district's food service director.
An Ohio University-Pickerington Center adjunct art instructor is the recipient of a prestigious fellowship that will serve to bridge the gap between two very distinct and different cultures.
Classes for children ages 3-5 will begin the second week of September at Trinity Learning Center Preschool at Trinity Family Life Center, 6389 Blacklick-Eastern Road, Pickerington.
For thousands of Pelotonia bicyclists heading north on Pickerington Road Saturday morning, Aug. 9, Pickerington High School North beckoned like a mothership, offering respite, hearty fare and fellowship.
Protect & Serve
We want to pass along information this month to help residents heighten awareness of scams, and avoid becoming a victim of these prevalent and ever-changing crimes.
Pickerington City Council voted 7-0 Aug. 5 to approve a resolution that will allow Pickerington City Manager Bill Vance to apply for state funding to improve the city's swimming pool.
Otterbein University has announced its spring 2014 semester dean's list.
The Pickerington Local School District Board of Education this week approved the addition of a new high school course designed to challenge students to identify and address community problems, and provide mentoring to local elementary school students.