More Johnstown News
The owners of All Things Old in Johnstown see their business as a harbinger of new life for Main Street.
Johnstown residents can expect to see lower transaction fees when paying their utility bills or mayor's court citations online.
This Labor Day weekend, village residents can stop by Bigelow Square to rummage around and dig up some treasures.
Johnstown police filed misdemeanor charges of criminal mischief and disorderly conduct against a man at 8:02 a.m. Aug. 16 in the 10 block of South Kasson Street.
The Johnstown-Monroe Local School District will resume classes Wednesday, Aug. 26, with 20 new teachers and a projected total enrollment of 1,593.
Northridge Local Schools
Northridge Local Schools kicked off the 2015-16 school year Thursday, Aug. 20, with later start times, meaning shorter bus rides for its students.
The Northridge Local School District Board of Education and the Northridge Educational Association have approved a tentative three-year contract.
The farm animals, family fun and deep-fried foods are back at the 157th Hartford Independent Fair Aug. 9-15.
In the Cinderella Scholarship Pageant, dreams really do come true.
Five candidates have filed petitions to run for three seats on the Johnstown Village Council.
Johnstown-Monroe High School
New Johnstown-Monroe High School Principal Derick Busenburg wants students to know he cares about them, and wants them to succeed.
The thunderstorm that rolled through the village of Johnstown Monday afternoon, Aug. 10, took its toll on the village and the employees of the water and sewer department.
A woman's mail was reportedly stolen by a young girl on a purple bicycle at 1:19 p.m. Aug. 5 near the 200 block of Stone hedge Row Drive.