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High school construction

Johnstown-Monroe to purchase church property

The Johnstown-Monroe Board of Education, in partnership with the Church of the Ascension, announced Monday, Dec. 22, that the district has agreed to purchase 4 acres for $20,000 for the new high school building site.

Dear Santa -- letters from Johnstown

Santa Claus had his December home set up on the downtown square in Johnstown, and his mailbox was ready for letters.

2014 brought uncertainty to Johnstown

For much of 2014, a consistent theme throughout the village of Johnstown was uncertainty.
Johnstown-Monroe

District inks five-year deal with Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola will be the beverage provider for the Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools beginning in January.
Police beat

Johnstown: Truck 'blew paint' on out-of-towner's vehicle

Johnstown police are investigating a report that a white dump truck "blew paint all over" the vehicle of an out-of-town driver near Johnstown.

Coming up

American Red Cross-Licking County, blood drives, 7 a.m. to noon Dec. 24 at Licking Memorial Hospital, meeting room A and B, 1320 W. Main St., Newark, and noon to 6 p.m. Dec. 26 at Shade on 30th Street, 850 S. 30th St., Heath. For more information, call Jeff Kraus at 740-349-9442.

Chorale at the capital

The Johnstown-Monroe chorale is part of the Statehouse's ongoing holiday music series that runs on weekdays through Friday, Dec. 19.

'15 budget on hold as Lenner revisits figures

In the midst of a tumultuous 2015 budgeting process, Johnstown Village Council members hit another snag at their regular meeting Tuesday, Dec. 9.

New Albany, Johnstown-Monroe tweaking income-tax sharing deal

New Albany and the Johnstown-Monroe Local School District are amending an agreement for income-tax-revenue sharing in the International Personal Care and Beauty Campus, formerly known as New Albany's Business Park East.
Johnstown Toys for Tots

Post 254 aims to calm the chaos of toy distribution

In years past, the American Legion Post 254 annual Toys for Tots distribution for needy families in the area has resembled the frenzy of a Black Friday sale.

Coming up

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