More Johnstown News
The Johnnies close the regular season Oct. 31 at home against Licking Heights.
Collective-bargaining ballot measure
As a vote on Johnstown's collective-bargaining issue approaches, the root of the problem is thought by many to be a disconnect between village leaders and the Johnstown Police Department.
Election Day will be eventful for Licking County voters as many will cast their ballots for three county levies: children services, senior citizens and the county library.
Cat's Meow Village
Wendy Evans likes to reminisce, especially if someone brings up her hometown of Johnstown.
Rocky might not look like a therapist, with his big brown eyes and long blond hair, but the 12-year-old horse has been helping PBJ Connections of Pataskala diagnose children's mental-health issues for the past four years.
Medics were dispatched to a home in southeast Johnstown on Oct. 17 after an 18-year-old Johnstown woman was found unconscious and apparently had overdosed on heroin.
Possibly dissolving Hartford
The Hartford Fair, long known as the "Biggest Little Fair in the World" isn't actually within the village of Hartford, but that doesn't mean the fair is immune to being swept up in the anxiety over the potential dissolution of the village.
'Road to Tampa'
Johnstown-Monroe High School's Big Red Band is continuing its journey to get to the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Fla.
The Johnstown-Monroe High School Marching Band will perform at Olentangy Orange High School's second annual Fall FANfare at Orange High School's Pioneer Field on Saturday, Oct. 25.
Months after moving to its new location at 185 W. Maple St., Johnstown's American Legion Post 254 is ready to customize the location even more.
A 16-year-old Johnstown girl went to an urgent-care facility in Westerville after she allegedly was pushed down the stairs by her ex-boyfriend on the evening of Oct. 11.
Nov. 4 ballot
Incumbent Republican Michael Smith is facing challenger Democrat Matt Clark for Licking County auditor on the Nov. 4 ballot.