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Effective July 1
Johnstown Village Council on April 21 voted 4-1 to repeal the income-tax credit for most of its residents.
Tightened safety protocols are being followed at Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools after a threatening message was left on a restroom wall at the high school.
Miller Memorial United Methodist Church, Clothes Closet, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 25 at the church at the intersection of Miller Church Road and Route 62.
The Johnstown Education Association has been negotiating with the local school district for a year to try to reach a new contract agreement, but no deal seems to be within reach thus far.
The 24th annual event is intended to get youth interested in the outdoors. Activities included firearm safety with shotgun, BB gun, .22-caliber rifle and muzzleloader stations; archery stations; duck-, goose- and turkey-calling demonstrations; and habitat, taxidermy, deer-processing, fishing, casting, fly-tying and other outdoor activities.
Northridge 'Plan for Progress'
Northridge Local Schools residents will have another opportunity to chat with Superintendent Chris Briggs about the district's Plan for Progress over a cup of coffee at 8:45 a.m. Friday, April 24.
The smell of sweet ribs and the sound of smooth jazz will fill the air of Johnstown's Bigelow Park on Sunday, April 26, for the fourth annual Jazz & Ribs on the Square.
The Thomas J. Evans Foundation recently purchased about 4 acres at the trailhead of the T.J. Evans bike path in Johnstown.
Heather Beck of Alexandria was inducted into the honor society Phi Kappa Phi at the University of Findlay.
The Modern 4-H Club elected officers for the 2015 season at its March meeting.
B&T Insurance Advisors has opened a new office at 6 S. Main St., Johnstown.
Vendors are invited to promote their organizations at the Licking County Senior Expo Wednesday, May 27, on the Newark campus of Central Ohio Technical College.
Licking County Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for for anyone with information leading to an arrest in the theft of numerous firearms from a home in Johnstown.
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Johnstown Village Council on April 21 is expected to decide whether to eliminate the village's income-tax credit for residents who pay income taxes to another municipality.