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The group responsible for rallying support for the Johnstown-Monroe Local School District's bond issue on the May 6 ballot has scheduled two more community meetings to answer questions about the measure.
The Johnstown-Monroe Board of Education has narrowed its superintendent search to three finalists.
Johnstown police recently responded to youths getting into mischief, ranging from alleged vandalism to ringing residents' doorbells and leaving.
The village of Johnstown is poised to join a central Ohio consortium in hopes of helping village officials secure grants.
Deacon Bill Andrews of the Church of the Ascension in Johnstown has witnessed the emotion the most solemn day on the Christian calendar can create.
Although they're imprisoned at Marysville's Ohio Reformatory for Women, about 400 inmates recently had their spirits lifted by central Ohio's Rag Tag Worship Team.
Johnstown police, business representatives and school leaders have formed a partnership to help children succeed.
Despite a major resurfacing project set to begin on U.S. Route 62 on Monday, April 14, area leaders aren't panicking about travel disruptions on the road throughout the spring and summer.
Johnstown police recently responded to a variety calls regarding animals, including injured deer, loose dogs and a dead cat.
What does it take to add new direct routes to other airports?
Johnstown Village Manager Jim Lenner on April 4 tried to bid on property near the recreation center and park, but his bid wasn't high enough to secure the 2 acres.
State auditor's review
Johnstown High School principal Michael Heath and his wife have been ordered to repay more than $50,000 because he allegedly entered into an illegal contract with her business while employed by the Mount Gilead school district.
As 60-degree temperatures warmed central Ohio last week, local communities have been tallying the bill from one of the harshest winters in decades that brought salt shortages, round-the-clock road-crew shifts and plenty of overtime.
Two makeup days scheduled
A new state law regarding makeup days likely will have no effect on the Johnstown-Monroe or Northridge school districts this year.
Johnstown police recently received reports of petty theft in connection to personal bank accounts.