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Planners approve greenhouse plans for Keller Farms

Since 2011 Keller Farms has operated an outdoor garden center on Hill Road North as one enters the Olde Village section of the city of Pickerington from the north.

Equity Inc. buys Sycamore Plaza shopping center

A Columbus-based private equity fund has purchased Pickerington's Sycamore Plaza, a shopping center located at 7841 Refugee Road whose major tenant is Kroger.

Business group plans gingerbread house contest

Gingerbread houses are synonymous with the holiday season.
South Central Power Co.

Operation Round Up program provides grant funds

South Central Power Co., a member-owned electric cooperative that serves 24 counties in Ohio including most of Fairfield County, has introduced a new community-oriented program which rounds up member's monthly electric bills to the next highest dollar and gives the money back to the community.

District plans no action on state's proposed staffing changes

Pickerington Local School District officials last week said no district decisions currently are pending regarding a recent recommendation by state officials to eliminate art, music and physical education classes, along with school nurses, librarians and counselors.
Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church

Congregation showcases new facility, plans community events

After a half decade without a brick and mortar house of worship of its own, Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church of Pickerington is celebrating the opening of a new church building at 8950 Refugee Road in Violet Township.

Contractor seeks extension on pump station project

The Leisure Drive Sewer Pump Station Improvement Project is a $924,000 undertaking by the city of Pickerington to provide additional sewage capacity necessary to support the new OhioHealth medical campus on Refugee Road along with the anticipated development it will spur.
Police Beat

Pickerington: Constriction materials reported stolen from job site

Pickerington Division of Police officers were called to the 1000 block of Refugee Road Oct. 21 after a contractor reported items had been stolen from a construction site.

Dunlap fined $300 for accidental shooting

Violet Township Trustee Terry Dunlap Sr. entered a plea of no contest to a single charge of negligent assault, a third-degree misdemeanor during a hearing in Fairfield County Municipal Court Oct. 24.

Superintendent reaffirms Butcher to remain district employee

Pickerington Local School District Superintendent Valerie Browning-Thompson reaffirmed this week that Dave Butcher will remain an employee with the district following his sentencing for a drunken-driving arrest.

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