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Legion offers B-I-N-G-O

Colorful balls bounce around in a transparent box before one is sucked to the top, and a caller announces letters and numbers that eventually lead to a "BINGO!" screamed out in the hall.
Hartford Independent Fair

McInturff receives posthumous award for service

Former Hartford Fair exhibitor, volunteer, junior and senior fair board member and mentor Melvin McInturff was honored posthumously for his outstanding service by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

Tax preparation help to be offered

Income tax assistance will be offered by AARP Tax-Aide from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Tuesday in February at the Mary E. Babcock Library, 320 N. Main St., Johnstown.
Police beat

Johnstown: Guns and drugs confiscated in ongoing investigation

Two individuals were arguing by a truck that contained guns in the parking lot of Johnstown Manor Apartments on Briarwood Drive, according to a report received by Johnstown police at 3:12 p.m. Jan. 23
New gift shop

Vendors 'flock' to Birds of a Feather LLC

Business partners Theresa McClary and Robin Ray say the hope friends will gather at Birds of a Feather LLC, 44 S. Main Street, in Johnstown.

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Library patrons treasure chess

Villages mourn officer

Johnstown will show support for Danville

The Johnstown community was expected to the represented at the Jan. 23 funeral of Danville police officer Thomas Cottrell, who was killed while on duty Jan. 17.

RITA: No need to worry about missing tax info

Thanks to a lost DVD, the Regional Income Tax Agency of Ohio has warned about 50,000 Ohio taxpayers that information -- including their names, addresses, Social Security numbers and dates of birth -- could be compromised.
Police beat

Johnstown: Reported gunshots believed to actually be fireworks

Johnstown police recently responded to reports of callers said they believed to be gunshots but which in at least one incident were fireworks.

Northridge scores A and B on report card

Northridge Local School District leaders said they are pleased with results of a portion of the 2015 Ohio School Report Card released Jan. 14, but they say there's more work to do.

Partial state report card shows two A's and a C

Johnstown-Monroe Local School District leaders said they are pleased with a portion of the state's report card released Jan. 14, and Superintendent Dale Dickson said he anticipates the rest of the results will show improved performance.

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