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Construction project method might pave way to state grant

Thanks to a bit of "homework," administrators with the village of Johnstown hope to save $200,000 on one of the village's major construction projects.
2013-14 report card

Northridge High School fared better than district

The latest state report card for the Northridge Local School District left lots of room for improvement.
2013-14 report card

Johnstown high school earns four A's, one B

The Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools received mixed results on its latest report card, though the high school fared quite well.
Neighboring New Albany

SmartRide part of plan for more business-park amenities

The Central Ohio Transit Authority's park-and-ride facility and SmartRide New Albany shuttle service to New Albany's business parks have been up and running since Sept. 2.
Police beat

Johnstown: Several cases of suspicious behavior reported

Johnstown police recently responded to several reports regarding suspicious behavior.

Northridge teams to host fundraiser

The Northridge Middle School volleyball teams will host a Volley for the Cure event Monday, Oct. 6, at Northridge Middle School.

Farm Heritage Days planned for Sept. 27 and 28

When a fire heavily damaged the Almendinger Sawmill more than a decade ago, its owners were appreciative of the community's support.

Planning sessions begin for school construction

Selected community and school staff members will begin designing the look of new Johnstown-Monroe's new schools during educational facility planning sessions.
2013-14 report card

Johnstown receives mixed report card grades

The Johnstown-Monroe Local Schools received mixed results on its latest report card.

Mum's the word

Johnstown looks to update its 'antiquated' zoning code

The village of Johnstown is embarking on a $10,000 comprehensive zoning and subdivision ordinance revision designed to bring its "antiquated" code into the 21st century.

Facilities oversight committee names picks for design work

The panel responsible for planning Johnstown-Monroe's new school construction has named its picks for design firms, even before the school board and Ohio Facilities Construction Committee approve.
Police beat

Johnstown: Mink Street home burglarized

Someone entered a Mink Street home Sept. 9 and stole items, according to Johnstown police.
New headquarters

Post 254 settling into 'American Legion Community Complex'

Since moving into the former Johnstown Recreation Center in June, American Legion Post 254 has had a lot of work to do in updating its new home.

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