More than two dozen collection boxes have been placed in Johnstown-area stores as American Legion Post 254 begins its annual Toys for Tots campaign, which nationally works to provide happiness and hope to children in need each Christmas season.
After what likely is one of the shortest superintendent tenure in the district's history, the Johnstown-Monroe Local School District again is taking applications through Jan. 9 for its next leader.
After a second reading of its proposed 2014 budget, Johnstown Village Council still has to make some "tweaks" before officially approving expenses and expenditures.
Choosing a most important 2013 project for the ProLogis-owned Etna Corporate Park is like picking a favorite child for Dan Evers, economic development director for the Grow Licking County Community Improvement Corp.
Tens of thousands of Lego blocks fill the Yuhas home in Etna Township.
Northridge High School students scored high marks in a recent Games By Teens computer programming contest.
After founding and working at the Johnstown-Northridge Community Food Pantry for more than 40 years, Johnstown resident Ruth Krumm was a finalist for the Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award.
At the age of 16, Lucy Tavener had to say goodbye to her father.
The Johnstown United Methodist Church Women will host a "Winter's Night" music show at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8 at the church, 159 S. Main St.
The Sterling Theater in Pataskala will host the Capital Showcase Chorus for its annual fundraiser to raise money for theater improvements at 7 p.m. Dec. 6.
Johnstown police recently responded to motorists driving and parking in wrong directions within the village limits.
The Grandview-area Ohio Craft Museum will host a holiday exhibition and sale, which supports the nonprofit museum and showcases handmade jewelry and crafts from more than 50 artists.
Officials with Cancer Support Community Central Ohio hope a new location will increase awareness of the nonprofit organization's focus on support, education and hope as important components to treating people with the disease.
New Albany Police on Nov. 22 announced the arrest of Cherie Brenner, 50, of 3801 Riley Road, Johnstown, in association with a July 8 hit-skip accident in the New Albany Links subdivision.
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