More Johnstown News
The Johnstown Village Council approved an amendment to the rate structures for water and sewer capacity and tap fees during its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Apeks officials invited students, teachers, parents and the community into its facility so they could work hands-on with welding, pipe and tube fitting and bending, machining or electrical controls assembly. The program was part of a nationwide event also called MfgDay that helps teach people about the manufacturing process.
Licking Memorial Health Systems, first Walk with a Doc event, 9 a.m. Oct. 17 at Blackhand Gorge, six miles east of Newark, off state Route 146, on Toboso Road. Dr. Elizabeth Yoder, of Licking Memorial Outpatient Psychiatric Services, will discuss seasonal affective disorder. This event is free; however, registration is required. To register, call 740-348-1572.
Johnstown-Monroe School Board
Incumbent Johnstown-Monroe Board of Education member Alan Benton said residents should vote for him in the Nov. 3 general election because of his varied life experiences and education that provide him with a broad range of skills that complement the skills of fellow board members.
Johnstown-Monroe School Board
Johnstown-Monroe Local School District Board of Education candidate Brett Beverick said he would bring strong business management experience to the board if he is elected during the Nov. 3 general election
Northridge High School students are planning to host a "Pink Night'.
A woman was charged by Johnstown police with operating a vehicle under the influence, driving under suspension and drug possession at 9:24 p.m. Oct. 3 in the 170 block of South Main Street.
Vintage tractors, tractor pulls and a farmers market were among the activities at the annual event, which ran Sept. 25-27.
Bump. Set. Cure.
Northridge Middle School volleyball players are set to raise funds to help fight breast cancer.
Area residents can try their hand at Texas Hold 'Em poker during a new tournament sponsored by American Legion Post 254.
Mary E. Babcock Library
If you're looking to donate some old books and stock up on new ones, stop by the Mary E. Babcock Library sixth annual book sale on Oct. 8-10.
The Licking County Historical Society's Scenic National Road Bus Tour is set for Sunday, Oct. 11.
New Albany City Council last month voted 6-1 to apply for $1 million from the Ohio Public Works Commission to construct a roundabout at the intersection of Johnstown Road (U.S. Route 62) at Greensward and Lambton Park roads.
The Friends of the Mary E. Babcock Library, annual book sale, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 8, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 9 and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 10 at the library, 320 N. Main St. in Johnstown. The remaining books will be available for a donation the following week. Donations of gently used books (no text books) will be accepted at the library after Labor Day.
Johnstown defeated Watkins 39-27 for its first win over the Warriors since a 21-6 decision in 1979.