More Johnstown News
Johnstown-Monroe High School senior Tyler Deyo is aiming to compete in the men's double-trap shooting event in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Police chief to council:
Johnstown Police Chief Don Corbin said the village is on "high alert" after attending the April 19 funeral of Columbus police officer Steven M. Smith, who was killed in the line of duty April 10.
Increased safety for everyone at the Licking County Justice Center is the stated intent behind a proposed full-body X-ray machine.
Johnstown police recently cited a resident for drug paraphernalia just before giving him a ride to police headquarters.
Construction is expected to start this fall for the approximately $8.6 million Mink Street interchange project at state Route 161.
Events and programs
The Octagon Earthworks, 125 N. 33rd St., Newark, will be open to the public during daylight hours April 17-18.
Golf Classic and Birthday Blast!, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 30 at Glow Putt Indoor Mini Golf, 161 Granville St., Gahanna. Eddy the therapy donkey will celebrate his birthday with coloring, crafts, snacks and cake. Miniature golf will be available for $7 for adults and $5 for children. For more information, visit pbjconnections.org.
Dr. Abul S. Ahsan recently joined the team at Licking Memorial Hospital as a hospitalist.
Johnstown police recently responded to a report of someone allegedly smoking marijuana at the Leafy Dell apartments.
Auction patrons could get a deal on a foosball table, old streetlights or used vehicles during a village surplus auction set for 10 a.m. Saturday, June 11, at the Johnstown village offices, 599 S. Main St.
Johnstown residents are invited to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new elementary school beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 23, at 200 Leafy Dell Drive.
It took 29 gallons of spaghetti noodles, eight gallons of sauce and about a thousand meatballs for a spaghetti fundraiser for Johnstown-Monroe High School's Big Red Band.