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Season tees off

The Johnnies, the defending league champion, won the event.
Apeks LLC

Entrepreneur sees pot of gold in 'green rush'

Apeks LLC owner and president Andy Joseph quadrupled his Johnstown company's profits between 2012 and 2013.
Kyber Run

Shopping center's new owners have big plans in mind

The new owner of Kyber Run in Johnstown has high hopes for the shopping center on U.S. Route 62.

New year brings new staff, new programs, construction

Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools' new superintendent, Dale Dickson, said the district is ramping up for the 2014-15 school year that will bring new staff members, new programs, a new bus company and new schools.
Police beat

Johnstown: Bicycles stolen around village during the week

Johnstown police recently responded to the theft of several bicycles within the village.

Biggest little fair

Village employees

Johnstown voters to decide on collective bargaining

Thanks to a surprise petition forcing their hand, Johnstown Village Council members begrudgingly passed a resolution to put collective bargaining for village employees on the Nov. 4 ballot.

Ten-year-old aims to climb back from brain injury

Every parent relishes milestones in a child's early life: the first steps, the first words and even the first tooth.

Village manager, after four years, gets contract

After nearly four years of serving as Johnstown's village manager under a "gentleman's agreement," Jim Lenner finally has a contract with the village.

Northridge gains new staff, roof, land

Northridge Local Schools students will find see new teachers when they return to class Wednesday, Aug. 20.

Plein Air Society to host contest in Licking County

The Ohio Plein Air Society's annual competition will be held in Licking County again during the first weekend in October.
Police beat

Lots of calls involve barking or aggressive dogs

Johnstown police recently responded to various complaints about dogs -- from barking to alleged aggression.

Big Red Band strikes large freshman class, new logo

The Big Red Band, also known as the pride of Johnstown, will showcase 190 marchers this year, including its biggest freshman class of 53 musicians.
'Columbus Military All-Stars'

WWII veteran Jakeway honored with own trading card

Don Jakeway is a household name in Johnstown.

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