More than 800 students from Pickerington's two high schools will be recognized June 1 when the district and community bid farewell to the respective classes of 2013.
Subsequent to a public hearing May 14, the Pickerington Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved the rezoning of an 8.96-acre tract of land off Diley Road from R-4 residential to O suburban office.
A Pickerington High School Central freshman took another step toward what he hopes will earn him the rank of Eagle Scout by leading a project to build carnival games for a local elementary school.
The Violet Township Fire Department has taken delivery of another crucial piece of machinery in its life-saving arsenal.
Kyle Planck, who will graduate from Pickerington High School North next weekend, recently wrapped up an already decorated senior year by earning a National Merit Scholarship.
Pickerington-area residents will honor America's fallen heroes on Memorial Day Monday, May 27, with the help of Pickerington's David Johnston American Legion Memorial Post No. 283, which has a number of events planned in observance of the national holiday.
The Columbus Recreation and Parks Department hopes to expand the reach of its summer lunch program to help serve more hungry kids throughout central Ohio.
Move over rental bikes -- you've got four-wheel competition.
The Pickerington Area Chamber of Commerce conducted its annual Athena International workshop, luncheon and awards ceremony, titled "A Day of Athena," Friday, May 17, at Ohio University-Pickerington.
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A coalition of nine Pickerington-area churches joined forces Saturday, May 11, to bestow random acts of kindness and perform good deeds throughout the city.
Pickerington police are still looking for a man a Pataskala woman said followed her on state Route 256 and later said he was a police officer when she said she was calling the police.
Members of Pickerington's Boy Scout Troop 256 last month were among a select group invited to train with and observe activities of cadets at the United States Military Academy.
A Toll Gate Middle School teacher who helps struggling students improve learning and catch up academically with classmates has been named the Pickerington Local School District's Teacher of the Year.
The Eastland Career Center Peace Club was recognized as a Gold Star Group by the Ohio Department of Transportation.
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