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Two large donations help Animal Food Pantry

Two recent donations have given the Animal Food Pantry Pickerington an abundance of resources to help pets and their owners in need during this frigid winter.
Community Theatre

Organizers hope comedy show helps fill food pantry shelves

Pickerington Community Theatre is teaming up with the PCMA Food Pantry of Pickerington to present "Canned Laughter 2," an evening of improv and sketch comedy.

School district considering rule changes for club coaching

The Pickerington Local School District Board of Education is considering changes to staff conduct policies that could restrict district coaches from coaching club sports during the same season.
Police beat

Pickerington: Man who alleged assault now wants to file charges

A man went to the Pickerington Division of Police headquarters at 2:01 p.m. Feb. 13 to request charges be filed against a man he alleges assaulted him during an altercation that occurred a few days prior.

Power company set to begin aerial assessments

South Central Power was scheduled to begin aerial assessments of its 300 miles of transmission lines across its service territory today, Thursday, March 5.

NYT best-selling author to visit library March 18

A New York Times best-selling author who's written for television and video games will take part in the Pickerington Public Library's "A Conversation With ..." series this month.

Facilitator touts the benefits of collaboration

Bringing Violet Township and the city of Pickerington together to "maximize the quality of life in our community" was the topic of a presentation at the Pickerington City Council meeting on Feb. 17.

Chamber honors member businesses at annual dinner

The Pickerington Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet Feb. 7 and bestowed upon several recipients some well-deserved honors for their respective work in the community.

Rose Parade honors Sewell upon impending retirement

In the final year of a storied career, Mike Sewell's swan song recently received sweet accompaniment courtesy of a special recognition from the Tournament of Roses Parade.
Smith/Sanders properties

City Council unanimously OKs annexation pact

At a third reading of legislation, Pickerington City Council voted unanimously to approve an annexation agreement for the Smith/Sanders properties Feb. 17, which means 36 acres of land located to the southeast of the Refugee and Pickerington roads intersection in Violet Township will annex into the city of Pickerington.
Police reports

Pickerington: Dog bites Pickerington officer on his calf

Recent Pickerington Division of Police reports range from an officer bitten by a dog running at large to numerous thefts from residences, vehicles and businesses
Protect & Serve

Frigid weather brings additional set of challenges

As the cold weather continues, and snow and ice still threaten, we'd like to cover a few more areas of concern in these conditions.

Council to consider reviewing noise ordinance

Tweaking the noise ordinance in the city of Pickerington to make it more palatable to business interests was the topic of discussion at Pickerington City Council's Safety Committee meeting earlier this month.

Two large donations help Animal Food Pantry

Two recent donations have given the Animal Food Pantry Pickerington an abundance of resources to help pets and their owners in need during this frigid winter.
State of the Schools address

Successes, areas for improvement outlined

Progress and problems facing the Pickerington Local School District in the next several years were outlined in the "State of the Schools" address Monday, Feb. 23, at Pickerington High School North.

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