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Violet Township

Fire department services get top rating

The Violet Township Fire Department is in rare company these days.

District sends seven, plus one, to All-State band, choir event

Pickerington's two high schools each had three representatives selected to the Ohio Music Education Association's All-State Band, and a local fifth-grader and a home schooled student were also tapped for their vocal talents.

Help is sought against invasive plant

Pickerington residents David Hague and Tammy Miller have spent the last nine years vigorously combatting invasive plant species on their farmland property.

Parks and recreation

Look out for the new classes starting soon including Kids in Karate, L'il KIK, Youth Drawing, Beyond Youth Drawing, Women's Self Defense and Diaper Bag Makeover with Essential Oils.
Police beat

Pickerington: Three 18-year-old women are charged with theft

Pickerington police charged three 18-year-old women with theft Jan. 21 at a business in the 100 block of Postage Drive

Senior News

Upcoming programs and events at the Pickerington Senior Center, 150 Hereford Drive, are listed below.

Students use yoga to aid learning, behavior

Heritage Elementary School students this semester are learning how yoga can help form positive habits and improve focus both inside and out of the classroom.

Therapy dog program to aid child readers seeks volunteers

If you're a dog lover and you and your pet enjoy spending time with kids, a Fairfield County nonprofit organization wants you.

North band to play at state event

The Pickerington High School North Symphonic Band will take part in a state music education conference this week, making history for the district in the process.
Capital Improvements Projects

Paving, intersection fix plans top list

Pickerington City Council approved the city's five-year Capital Improvements Projects plan Jan. 19 with a 5-2 vote.
Community Theatre

Amateurs are asked to show their talent

Want to unearth that special talent? Have a proclivity towards singing, dancing, magic or comedy or anything else that can draw a crowd?
Police beat

Pickerington: Thefts from vehicles reported

Pickerington police recently received numerous reports of thefts and criminal damaging.
Protect and Serve

Don't forget to protect your pets in winter

Winter has arrived in central Ohio, and is presenting its usual challenges and disruptions in our daily lives.

Fire chief, others encourage residents to get CPR certification

The heroic actions of two Pickerington Police officers in reviving an infant last month is proof positive cardiopulmonary resuscitation saves lives.

College notes

* Justice Held of Pickerington was named to the fall 2015 dean's high honors list at Marietta College.

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