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Already rich in music tradition, the Pickerington Local School District and community will celebrate another milestone this weekend when the annual marching band festival is hosted for the 40th year.
Capital Improvement Project
Pickerington City Council is in the process of approving a Capital Improvement Project officials said they hope will improve both water quality and fire protection on the southern edge of the city.
Pickerington and Violet Township residents are being asked by the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office to help identify a suspect who assaulted two women in two separate incidents in the Violet Meadows subdivision.
Fairfield County Fair
The Clydesdales are coming! The Clydesdales are coming!
Crisp fall mornings and crisp, local apples at the farmers market signal the coming of Groveport's Apple Butter Day Festival.
Pickerington High School Central's girls soccer coach Molly Cornwell has resigned after her recent arrest for allegedly failing to serve a three-day jail stint from a drunken driving conviction.
Pickerington Local School District officials this month unveiled a series of upgrades at Tiger Stadium as the district celebrates 50 years of high school football.
Pickerington City Manager
Pickerington City Manager Bill Vance will stay on board with the city until at least May 31, 2016, with the signing of a new two-year contract approved recently by Pickerington City Council.
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Pickerington High School Central girls soccer coach Molly Cornwell resigned this week following her recent arrest for allegedly failing to serve a three-day jail sentenced imposed after a drunken driving conviction.
David Butcher, the all-time winningest high school girls basketball coach in Ohio history pleaded guilty Sept. 17 to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and might face disciplinary action from the Pickerington Local School District.
Drug Abuse Resistance Education
In his final year on the force, a Pickerington police officer known throughout the community for his action-hero nickname continues to teach school kids about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, drugs and bullying.
Violet Grange marks 100 years
Celebrating 100 years of existence, the Violet Grange looks forward to the future with low numbers, but high spirits.