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.
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.
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The Pickerington High School Central Marching Band next week will pay thanks to area veterans, military personnel and senior citizens during its annual Tribute to Patriots concert.
The odds of Pickerington being awarded a grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation for the state Route 256-Diley Road "roundabout" proposal appeared to City Engineer Greg Bachman to be a long shot back in March.
Pickerington is in the process of enlisting the services of HDR Engineering Inc. to design a new groundwater well to help meet its increased demands for water.
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.
It is not hard to locate Dorothy Peterson.
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.
It has not been unusual for Columbus Academy girls lacrosse player Courtney Deena to hear an opposing coach shout things like "shut her down" the last few years, although those phrases usually were said in vain.
Chris Robbins is in his first season as Pickerington High School North boys lacrosse coach, but it hasn't taken him long to figure out what makes his team's next opponent tick.
Two Pickerington High School North boys singles players and four doubles players smiled briefly after winning OCC-Ohio Division tennis championships May 11 at Reynoldsburg.
The Pickerington High School North baseball team won 23 of 26 regular-season games, so there wasn't much of a chance for the Panthers to lose stride.
With Les Miserables being The Beat's favorite piece of musical theater, you can bet we saw the film this past winter. We BeatBlogged about it a couple of times, but since this piece is about the touring production, we'll leave the movie be.
Q&A with singer-songwriter Chris Trapper and a video feature on his opening act, local musician Jared Mahone.
Joe and Tia Stropkai will open O’Nelly’s May 17 on South Old State Road.
Kevin and Lori Ames have opened their flagship restaurant in the former Hagen’s storefront.
Just another day for Laurie Berkner: play music, learn how to make spreadsheets, try on dresses ...
Marita King will talk the basics May 20 at the Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St.
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