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The sport of volleyball at East Hills Recreation and the name Pat Sedlmeyer have been synonymous in the years since the organization first launched in... [Read More]
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State Sen. Wayne Langerholc Jr. has been chosen to serve as one of two senators on a statewide commission tasked with creating fair and consistent... [Read More]
Since taking office, Gov. Tom Wolf has made workforce training a priority, investing a steady stream of state aid to support training-to-work programs, apprenticeships and... [Read More]
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Groundwork on a multi-use path to connect college students to the Richland community and a Theatre Drive shopping hub is back on track to get... [Read More]
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A 97-year-old Portage Township woman was found dead inside her home Tuesday and an investigation confirmed she died of hypothermia, Cambria County Coroner Jeff Lees... [Read More]
Two Brooklyn, New York, women are accused of buying bed sheets and pet supplies in Johnstown with fake currency and then trying to return the... [Read More]
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A student disciplined by Richland School District last week for making a threatening comment in class will face a summary citation for it, too, Richland... [Read More]
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A state police investigation remained ongoing Tuesday into an alleged assault on three guards at the State Correctional Institute at Somerset – but a lockdown... [Read More]
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Bishop McCort Catholic High School's varsity cheerleading squad has back-to-back reasons to cheer this week. [Read More]
A crash south of Armagh on Saturday claimed a Seward man. [Read More]
The region's typical February weather will make a return appearance across western Pennsylvania in time for Monday's commute, a forecaster predicts. [Read More]
In the aftermath of every recent school shooting, Penn Cambria Superintendent William Marshall has noticed a common, tragic trend. [Read More]
A small campfire was burning as Ray Powell drove by on his tractor, pulling a line of cheering children inside a train of colorful barrels... [Read More]
One year after opening its doors in Lower Yoder Township, an Ohio-based company is adding 100 more jobs. [Read More]
For a century, Johnstown has ridden the highs and lows that have come with its "Flood City" nickname. [Read More]
A Johnstown police officer charged with hindering apprehension has been suspended from his duties, police Chief Robert Johnson said. [Read More]
A Johnstown police officer charged with hindering apprehension has been suspended from his duties, police Chief Robert Johnson said. [Read More]
On a Bedford Township hilltop, a group of coroners from across the state were staging a scenario Tuesday that they hope they never have to... [Read More]
Police are looking for a 2010 Mazda with a New Jersey license plate they say was used as a getaway car early Saturday following a... [Read More]
A Johnstown man wanted for shooting a Hornerstown woman in August was jailed Monday. [Read More]
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