More Pickerington News
A Pickerington High School Central teacher recently was recognized for his dedication to arts education, as well as his leadership in promoting the arts and his innovation in the classroom.
Olde Pickerington Village's Holiday Gathering is actually several family-friendly events rolled into one.
Pickerington's Merry Mile is a one-mile fun run/walk through the heart of downtown Pickerington that serves as an important fundraiser for those in need.
The Christmas' portion of George Frederic Handel's classic Messiah, written in 1741, will be performed by the Pickerington Community Chorus at 4 p.m. Dec. 5.
2016 Violet Festival
The Violet Festival will again be held on Pickerington Local School District grounds when the signature, four-day event returns to the community in 2016.
Fairfield County Prosecuting Attorney Gregg Marx said Friday he won't press charges against Pickerington teacher Angela Luke in the death of her husband last month.
St. Michael's United Church of Christ, bazaar, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 21 at the church, 2495 Bickel Church Road, Baltimore. Rag rugs, country crafts, mincemeat and baked items will be sold. Apple dumplings and homemade noodle soup will be available along with lunch items of sandwiches, salads and dessert.
Square dancers from throughout central Ohio converged upon the Pickerington Senior Center Sunday, Nov. 15, to have some fun and raise money to help disabled veterans.
Beat the winter blues with fun.
With the bulk of major construction on state Route 256 in Pickerington slated to be completed by Thanksgiving, businesses that line the city's major corridor are encouraging shoppers to visit their stores.
Upcoming programs and events at the Pickerington Senior Center, 150 Hereford Drive, are listed below.
The Fairfield County prosecutor today (Nov. 20) said he wouldn’t press charges against a Pickerington teacher in the death of her husband last month.
The Pickerington Public Library is hosting a series of workshops linking published authors with teens to help inspire new writers.
Reynoldsburg and Pickerington students were "book buddies" at Taylor Road Elementary School's Literacy Night Nov. 12 as students read together, mingled with mascots or visited craft areas and science tables.
Three months of talks between the Pickerington Local School District Board of Education and the city of Pickerington this week yielded a new contract for school-resource officer services at a local high school.