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Showing rabbits is family affair

Northridge Intermediate School fourth-grader Brayden Donohue is participating at the Ohio State Fair for the first time this year, exhibiting rabbits Ollie and Mo.

Meet Oz

Petition seeks collective bargaining in Johnstown

A surprise citizens initiative petition from Johnstown residents may force the Village Council to place a charter amendment on the November ballot to allow village employees to collectively bargain in 2015.

More than 200,000 expected to attend 156th Hartford Fair

The Hartford Fair is known as the "Biggest Little Fair in the World."
Monroe Township

Johnstown might have little recourse to stop cell-tower

After hearing that a cellphone tower could be erected just feet from Johnstown's boundaries, village leaders are looking into ways to stop the tower from affecting its residents.

County funding agencies adopt centralized process

The Licking County Foundation and the United Way of Licking County have partnered to create a simplified and centralized grant application process to benefit Licking County nonprofits.

For Your Health 5K set for Aug. 2

The 2014 For Your Health 5K Run and Run Walk will be held Saturday, Aug. 2, at The Dawes Arboretum.

Humane society to host golf outing

The homeless pets of Licking County will benefit from the Licking County Humane Society Golf Outing, set for Monday, July 28, at the Links at Echo Springs.
Police beat

Johnstown: Kids seen throwing rocks at cars

Johnstown police recently responded to reports of juveniles who allegedly were climbing buildings and throwing rocks at vehicles along Main Street.

College notes

Claire Almendinger and Taylor McKnight of Johnstown were among the spring 2014 graduates of Georgetown College. Almendinger received a bachelor of arts degree. McKnight earned a bachelor of science degree.
New Albany business park

Multiple ZIP codes cause confusion and concerns

A convoluted situation in New Albany's Business Park East is starting to affect Johnstown and Pataskala.

Keeping pace

Pedestrian bridge going in near Whit's

The long process of building a bridge over Raccoon Creek in Johnstown is one step closer to completion after Johnstown Village Council on July 15 approved $40,000 to be used in acquiring the right of way for the project.
Johnstown-Monroe

JOLT puts classes at fingertips for online learners

The Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools will offer a new program for the 2014-15 school year called Johnstown Online Leaning Tools.
Police beat

Johnstown: Thefts from homes reported this week

Johnstown police recently responded to incidents involving theft from residences after screen doors were damaged.

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