More Johnstown News
Bullard won the match, but the Vikings won the dual 33-24.
Plan for Progress
As Northridge Local Schools planners develop a Plan for Progress for the future, three committee members recently told ThisWeek about their work in phase 1 and what's next in the process.
The Northridge Board of Education elected Doug Hart to a third consecutive term as president during the board's Jan. 14 organizational meeting.
The Johnstown Police Department has a new officer.
The central Ohio community is being asked to nominate people who make a difference.
Johnstown residents reported to police that their house on the 100 block of South Kasson Street had been burglarized sometime Jan. 19.
Don Jakeway could describe in detail a tree near a church building about a dozen miles from the French coastline.
Licking County Genealogical Society, general meeting, 2 p.m. Feb. 1, in Meeting Room A, first floor of the Licking County Library, 101 W. Main St., Newark. Eydie Wright Keim will present the program, "Finding Your Female Ancestors." For more information, call the LCGS library at 740-349-5510.
The Bible-centered club is open from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. Wednesdays for children ages 3-12. AWANA is an acronym for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (of the gospel of Christ) and is based on Bible verse 2 Timothy 2:15.
The Johnstown-Monroe Board of Education will meet with key partners for its facilities projects during a work session at 6:30 Monday, Jan. 26, in the high school's performing-arts center, 401 S. Oregon St.
As the Buckeyes faithful cozied up to televisions Jan. 12 to witness the first college football playoff championship, a group of Johnstown workers stood ready to help fans celebrate.
Monroe Township Fire Department
The Monroe Township Fire Department received a hearty donation last month.
Expo-Ohio Farm Toy and NASCAR Collectibles Show, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jan. 30 and 31 at the Ohio Building at the Ohio Expo Center, Ohio State Fairgrounds, 717 E. 17th Ave. The show will feature new and old farm toys, collectibles and shelf models for sale or trade. Other available items include racing memorabilia and racing-related items as well as Matchbox toys and dolls. Admission is $2, free for children under age 6 with an adult. Mention the show when paying for parking and pay only $5. For information call 941-228-1745.
Volunteers trained by AARP Tax-Aide each year prepare federal, state and local tax returns for low- and middle-income taxpayers, with special attention to those age 60 and older.
Johnstown police are investigating a burglary of a residence on the first block of East Coshocton Street that was reported on the morning of Jan. 12.