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  1. Sheriff's office investigating after drugs found at Pickerington schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 24 | This Week Community News

    The Fairfield County Sheriff's Office's Major Crimes Unit is investigating a student at Pickerington Lakeview Junior High School after a large stash of marijuana and prescription pills was found in a school locker. Pickerington Local School District officials confirmed Wednesday, Oct. 24, a student has been disciplined in connection with an Oct. 11 incident at Lakeview in which more than 60 grams of marijuana and a variety of pre-packaged prescription pills were recovered from that student's locker.

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  2. Friday Night Live: 5 things we learned in Week 9Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 20 | This Week Community News

    As the clock hit zero at Reynoldsburg High School on Oct. 19, fans swarmed the field and players celebrated as if they had just won the state championship. It was a similar sight to when the Raiders defeated Pickerington North on Sept.

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  3. Reynoldsburg 24, Pickerington Central 21Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | This Week Community News

    The last time the Reynoldsburg High School football team beat Pickerington Central, the Tigers were only known as Pickerington and Pickerington North had yet to be built. The Raiders turned a fumble recovery into a touchdown late in the fourth quarter on their way to a 24-21 victory that gave the program its first win over Central since 2001.

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  4. Friday Night Live: 5 things we learned in Week 8Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2018 | This Week Community News

    There might not have been any dramatic endings during games between area high school football powers Oct. 12, but Week 8 didn't fail in the area of importance. There are now five teams in Division I, Region 3 that are 7-1, and another four have just two losses in a region that has 13 teams mathematically alive for the playoffs.

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  5. Pickerington moves July Fourth fireworks to July 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Pickerington officials plan to change the date of the city's Independence Day fireworks show in 2019, with hopes of making the event safer and more family friendly. Mayor Lee Gray said Oct. 4 that city officials have agreed with an administrative recommendation to move the community's July Fourth fireworks display to July 3, aligning it with Columbus' Red, White & Boom! and similar celebrations held in Reynoldsburg and Whitehall.

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  6. Pickerington North 52, Westerville Central 7Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | This Week Community News

    There were questions to be answered by the Pickerington High School North football team with all-everything quarterback Jimmy Weirick, top receiver Ty Wiley, linebacker Nick Giardina and lineman Alex Williams, among others, having graduated from a team that won 10 games and made it to the regional semifinals last year. Mike Lowery threw four touchdown passes and the defense gave up just three first downs before a running clock was instituted at the start of the second half in North's 52-7 victory over Westerville Central on Sept.

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  7. Salty Caramels finding recipe for sweet success Updated Sep 10 atRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2018 | This Week Community News

    But band member Molly Winters classifies the album by which guitar she uses most, which in this case is electric. Musically, "Baby Blue" is more polished than the band's first release.

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  8. Pickerington's 'Interactive playgroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Pickerington Local School District officials are saying the district is among the first in the state to integrate "interactive playground" technology into middle school physical-education curriculum this school year. In addition to traditional physical-education lesson plans that might seek to teach and engage fifth- and sixth-graders at Diley, Harmon and Toll Gate middle schools in activities, such as square dancing, track and field or basketball, teachers will be adding interactive electronic games that require movement and challenge students' learning in classroom subjects ranging from English, to history and mathematics.

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  9. Pelotonia riders hit road this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The number of riders has increased significantly since Pelotonia was founded in 2008 and its first ride was held in 2009, but the collective passion and commitment they bring have not diminished, said Miguel Perez, Pelotonia's chief operating officer. Pelotonia's purpose is to raise money for local cancer research at Ohio State University's James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.

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  10. July 4th: Fight prompts Pickerington leaders to review event plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Pickerington police and city officials said they intend to review public-safety issues that arose for a second consecutive year at the community's Fourth of July celebration in an effort to determine if changes should be made. A teenage boy who was a bystander watching a fight in the shelter house in Victory Park sustained a broken leg when two other boys who were fighting fell into him.

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  11. Wrestling: Martinez eager to lead WolvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Martinez, who guided Newark the past nine seasons and was named the OCC-Capital Division Coach of the Year last winter, replaces Brett Shaut, who stepped down after guiding the Wolves for seven years. "I'm excited about the opportunity," Martinez said.

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  12. Looking for some sounds of summer? Here's a playlist Updated Jun 25 atRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Ah, summer playlist season, the time of year for lounging poolside, watching baseball and learning which of your friends don't have air conditioning. Those winter months of crouching near the furnace and playing "The Sound of Silence" on repeat seem like lifetimes ago.

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  13. Girls Basketball: Williams named coach at Pickerington NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Silas Williams just coached one girls basketball program to a historic season, and now he will replace one of the best coaches in state history at another. Pending school board approval, Williams will be the next coach at Pickerington High School North and only the second in the program's 15-year history.

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  14. Track & Field: Worthington, Pickerington schools win titlesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Some of central Ohio's top high school track and field programs could have plenty to look forward to in the coming years if the results from the second OHSAA seventh- and eighth-grade state meet are an accurate indicator. On May 12 at Lancaster, Worthingway Middle School from Worthington scored 46 points to easily top a 74-team boys field while Pickerington Ridgeview scored 30 points to share the title with Whitehouse Anthony Wayne in the 71-team girls meet.

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  15. Wrestling: Oney named coach at Pickerington NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2018 | This Week Community News

    Oney, a Pickerington resident who coached Marion-Franklin for seven seasons, replaces Jake Kuhner, who stepped down after three seasons to devote more time to his new job as football coach at Watkins Memorial. " is an experienced wrestler and an experienced wrestling coach with a lot of passion for kids and wrestling," North athletics director Molly Feesler said.

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  16. Fairfield County sheriff issues BOLO for burglary suspectRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The Fairfield County Sheriff's Office this morning, April 12, issued a crime alert and advisory to be on the lookout for 21-year-old Raeqwan Jahmell Hancock. According to the alert, Hancock entered a Toll Gate Road home in Violet Township on April 6 while the residents were home.

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  17. Bike Night: Motorcycle hall of fame will kick off riding season Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2018 | This Week Community News

    The Pickerington-based American Motorcycle Association this month will kick off the spring riding season with a Bike Night event that will feature a "fun run" and an exhibit of police motorcycles. As central Ohio eventually transitions into springtime, motorcycle enthusiasts often turn their attentions to preparing their rides for the season.

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  18. #ThisWeekBreweryTour: That's a wrap Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2018 | This Week Community News

    ThisWeek staffers took you on a tour throughout central Ohio to sample beers at 11 breweries during our #ThisWeekBreweryTour. Now that the tour is over, reporter Andrew King and brewery tour producer Abby Armbruster recapped each of our stops.

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  19. Girls Basketball: Corbett steps down after 31 seasons at Grove CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2018 | This Week Community News

    For the second time in less than a week, a veteran high school girls basketball coach from the OCC-Ohio Division has stepped down. Three days after Dave Butcher announced his retirement following 35 seasons at Pickerington and Pickerington North, Dale Corbett ended his 31-year run as Grove City's coach.

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  20. Girls Lacrosse: Walton named coach of TigersRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2018 | This Week Community News

    As he takes over as Pickerington High School Central girls lacrosse coach, Brian Walton hopes to implement the same culture that helped the football team win the Division I state championship last fall. Walton, who has been an assistant girls lacrosse coach for the past five seasons, succeeds Maggie Bornhorst, who resigned last July and now coaches at Bexley.

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