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State report cards for 2013-14
The Pickerington Local School District once again showed mixed performance results under the state’s system for assessing public education.
Pickerington city officials are investigating the viability of imposing special assessments in the future to buttress possible revenue shortfalls.
Giving blood just once can help save up to three lives. Thus, ordinary people who want to give back to their communities can make a huge difference by simply donating blood.
Leading the way at Pickerington's Labor Day parade Sept. 1 were two brothers whose bonds run deeper than familial.
The PCMA Food Pantry of Pickerington has named Barbara Meek its new director of community relations and development.
Seeking to reach out to immigrants in Pickerington and other areas in the county who hope to become U.S. citizens, the Fairfield County Literacy Council this month will host a presentation about naturalization.
Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Justin L. LeMaster graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
For more than 30 years, Pickerington's Seton Parish Festival has been entertaining the greater Pickerington-Violet Township community every September.
The Pickerington Local School District recently began providing access to school board meetings via live and archived videos available on the district website.
2015 Bicentennial Celebration
Even though it is a year away, organizers says it's never too early to plan for the biggest party in the city of Pickerington's nearly 200-year history.
The Pickerington Division of Police is investigated the reported theft of copper wire.
National Recovery Month
When in recovery from addiction or mental health issues -- or both -- telling one's story is an essential part of the healing process.
For the second consecutive year, Pickerington Public Library officials and community volunteers will provide assistance to local students through its Homework Help Center.