More Johnstown News
Johnstown American Legion Post 254 is planning a "fireworks extravaganza" to put some sizzle into the holiday weekend, with festivities beginning at 7 p.m. today, July 3, at the practice field behind Johnstown-Monroe High School.
Seven young women will compete to represent their village Wednesday, July 6, in the 2016 Miss Johnstown pageant at the Opera House on the town square.
Johnstown police recently arrested a man on drug related charges, after drug activity was reported in the parking lot of a local business.
The Johnstown Fire Department Association's 41st annual Fireman's Festival will begin at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, in downtown Johnstown.
Clayton Bullard (91), a 2014 Johnstown-Monroe High School graduate, underwent surgery in December to repair a torn labrum and fractured scapula in his left shoulder. He expects to be fully recovered entering his junior year at Urbana University. Go to ThisWeekSPORTS.com for the story.
Johnstown voters might be asked to approve an income-tax increase in November.
State's new medical-marijuana law
After five years of quiet but rapid growth making equipment for the marijuana industry in other states, Apeks Supercritical is ready to ramp up business in Ohio.
Licking County Humane Society officials are celebrating 50 years serving people and pets in the area.
Auctioneer Mike Mooney displays a U.S. Route 62 sign for Johnstown's surplus auction June 11.
Northridge elementary students ended their school year with an agriculture day May 13 at Northridge Primary School in Alexandria, with grades K-3 participating in a seven-station rotation day.
* Mathew Scott of Alexandria was named to the dean's list for the spring 2016 semester at Denison University.
Johnstown leaders soon might review the village's policy regarding outside seating areas on public sidewalks.