Tuesday Mar 11
Residents: Improve roads, bridges instead of bike path
The following are a few selected responses from the LCATS survey: How often do you use the trail system? Weekly ; monthly ; rarely ; daily ; never .
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Madison Press
The healing power of horses
Josie Harris, a second-grade student at Madison-Plains Elementary School, models the shirt she designed for participants in the district's equine assi... Madison-Plains Local School District has partnered with PBJ Connections of Pataskala to conduct a research study on the effectiveness of equine assisted psychotherapy.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
City planning director Fischer fired
The acting city administrator on Monday fired the city's planning director. Acting Administrator Nathan Coey confirmed the firing of Planning Director Eric Fischer, but provided little reason for the action.
Drug-sniffing dogs sweep through Licking Heights High School
Pataskala police officers walked two K-9's in and around Licking Heights High School on Tuesday in an unannounced drug sweep.
Plow drivers accumulate overtime keeping roads clear
The city's snow plow drivers have accumulated hundreds of overtime hours this winter trying to keep roads and streets clear of ice and snow.
Longtime Watkins Memorial band director steps down
For hundreds of current and former Watkins Memorial band students, Feb. 28 was a sad day.
Pataskala Police Department blotter
* A 16-year-old Pataskala girl was reported missing Feb. 24 in the 300 block of Robert Drive.
Man indicted for attempting to rob Pataskala gas station
Police have caught a man accused of attempting to rob a gas station in January. A Licking County Grand Jury on Feb. 26 indicted Cory R. Owens, 26, last known address 320 Robert Drive, on charges of robbery, a third-degree felony, said Pataskala Police Det.
Etna Twp. seeks to develop 'recognizable brand'
The Etna Township Economic Development Committee wants to adopt a mission statement that members say will advance the "recognizable brand" of the township.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Sat Mar 01, 2014
State seeks restitution from sports league seller
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced a lawsuit against Old Skool Sports LLC, of Pataskala, and its owner for failing to deliver league sports memberships it sold to consumers.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Public records: court report
The cases may be reviewed by a grand jury for additional charges and possible indictment.
Feightner withdraws from commissioner race
Republican Brad Feightner has withdrawn his candidacy for Licking County commissioner, leaving a three-way race in the May 6 Republican primary.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Licking County Health Inspections
1. Single-use articles stored on floor 2. TCS foods not properly date-marked. 3. Build-up of dirt and debris around fryer and underneath the hood.
Attorney general files lawsuit against Pataskala sports league company
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Wednesday the filing of a lawsuit against Old Skool Sports LLC and owner Christopher Sabatino for failing to provide customers with services they paid for.
City's public service director resigns
The city's administrative shakeup is showing no signs of slowing down. Already down a city administrator, longtime Public Service Director BJ King recently turned in his resignation.
Peach crop wiped out
Anyone looking forward to picking fresh peaches at local fruit farms and orchards this summer might find themselves disappointed.
Pataskala Police Department reports
During a traffic stop, police allegedly found the man in possession of a small amount of marijuana and a knife.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Council works to determine Pataskala's identity
Some people would argue that Pataskala lacks an identity, but city officials continue to explore ways to change that.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Group's request to use Pataskala council chambers touches off debate
A seemingly innocuous request by the Pataskala Area Chamber of Commerce to use the city council's chambers for a future meeting recently touched off a debate.