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When Angela Potter arrived in Johnstown about 20 years ago, she encountered a woman whose acts of kindness would change her life forever.
Facing 'difficult decisions'
With budget season upon them, Johnstown staff members face some difficult decisions in the coming weeks.
For the first time in about seven years, the Johnstown-Monroe Local School District is seeing a dip in health-insurance premiums.
A burglary attempt left a Johnstown resident with nothing missing, but her dog was injured.
The event is a fundraiser to benefit Ohio's native wild animals. This year's race was held in honor of Dr. Donald L. Burton, OWC founder. Runners and walkers choose to run or walk the 5K course that winds through scenic Delaware County.
Grant money lost
With an overwhelming 133-19 vote, Hartford residents rejected a measure to dissolve the village, guaranteeing Hartford would remain for the time being.
A team that will lead construction of new buildings for the Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools has been assembled, and a daylong planning session has been scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 3.
Four years ago, New Albany resident Jim Miller was standing with 17 of his friends at his father's grave in Arlington National Cemetery when he decided he wanted to help veterans.
Older adults and people with physical limitations will get to see how design might provide independent and quality living during tours of the Universal Design Living Laboratory, 6141 Clark State Road, from noon to 6 p.m. daily through Sunday, Nov. 23.
A Johnstown woman called police Nov. 10 and said her grandson was "going to have his throat cut."