More Pickerington News
* Andrew Hesch of Pickerington is spending the fall 2014 semester at Denison University studying in off-campus programs.
Violet Baptist Church, 8345 Blacklick Eastern Road in Pickerington, will host a Christmas Open House Weekend Dec. 13 and 14.
The Pickerington Community Theatre will present A Charlie Brown Christmas live on stage, which will be a first for central Ohio.
Olde Village Holiday is an event that seems like it could be taken straight out of an old Currier and Ives print, with horse-drawn carriage rides, strolling carolers guided by candlelight, a gingerbread house display and even a run through the heart of town by festooned merry revelers.
Once again the Violet Township Fire Department is working with the Violet Township Firefighter's union -- IAFF Local 3558 -- to collect new, unwrapped toys for area children in need this holiday season.
Pickerington Community Chorus
Tis' the season for the Pickerington Community Chorus to put on its annual "Holidays in Our Town" concert, performing crowd-pleasing favorites that will be sure to delight even the grouchiest grinch.
This holiday season, we'd like you to develop a mindset of vigilance as you partake in the shopping and festivities over the next several weeks.
Pickerington Local School District students this year have continued to provide significant support to the PCMA Food Pantry of Pickerington, and it's a partnership both school and pantry officials say is vital.
A Ridgeview Junior High School counselor has been named the "School Counselor of the Year" by the Ohio School Counselor Association.
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.
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.
Gingerbread houses are synonymous with the holiday season.
South Central Power Co.
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.
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.