The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:
Alan T. McNamara from Stanely L. Livingston, property in Upper Yoder Township, $12,000.
Makdad Properties LLC from Barry L. Ritko Sr., Cambria Glass and Insulation, property in Johnstown’s 20th Ward, $220,000.
Makdad Properties LLC from Barry L. Ritko Sr., property in Johnstown’s 20th Ward, $20,000.
Polster Family Trust from Joann Dailey, property in Southmont Borough, $118,000.
Tim H. Rowzer Jr. from David A. Rovder, property in Upper Yoder Township, $60,000.
John T. Findish Jr. from Kristopher J. Hansen, property in Southmont Borough, $69,500.
Patrick D. Sherry from Patrick D. Sherry, property in Carrolltown Borough, $55,000.
Dale F. Conover Jr. from James S. Mills Jr., property in Johnstown’s 20th Ward, $29,500.
Michael J. Bernardy from Clete M. Hoover, property in Stonycreek Township, $107,000.
Jean Cotchen from Dorothy C. Baft by attorney-in-fact and agent, property in Ferndale Borough, $36,900.
Joel R. Hoshaw from Tammy Vuckovich, property in Westmont Borough, $64,000.
Robert Feeney from Jennifer L. Mayes, property in Adams Township, $17,000.
Alex G. Dipko III from Joseph A. Krisko Jr., property in Portage Township, $25,000.
Michael Montag from Kelly V. Norman, property in Geistown Borough, $215,000.
Northwest Savings Bank from S&H; Homes LLC, by sheriff, property in Johnstown’s 7th Ward, $10,858.68.
Casey J. Lavis from First National Bank of Pennsylvania, property in Richland Township, $88,900.
James M. Campbell from Alan J. Kanouff, property in Nanty Glo Borough, $50,000.
William J. Toth Jr. from Bank of New York Trust Co., trust by attorney-in-fact, property in Northern Cambria Borough, $15,000.
Scott M. Rzasa from Parkerwoods Estate Group, LP, property in Richland Township, $56,900.
Habitat for Humanity Cambria County Inc. from Leonard J. Evansic, property in Ebensburg Borough, $32,000.
Jeffrey L. Slatcoff Jr. from Kelly Real Estate Holdings LLC, property in Richland Township, $83,500.
Timothy W. Boyd from James E. Safko Sr., property in West Taylor Township, $50,000.
Report: Local jobless rate up in June
A report released Tuesday by the Department of Labor and Industry showed an increase in unemployment locally from 6.4 to 7.1 percent in June.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony held for downtown diner
The building at 526 Main St. could have easily just become another blighted property in downtown Johnstown.
Snack-maker highlights Somerset area attractions
Snyder of Berlin has been part of Somerset County for more than 65 years.
Microsoft cutting 18,000 jobs, signals new path
Microsoft announced the biggest layoffs in its history Thursday, saying it will cut 18,000 jobs as it streamlines its Nokia mobile device business to focus on using the Windows Phone operating system.
BBQ restaurant shifts location
A Richland Township barbecue joint has relocated across Scalp Avenue.
Auto recalls break single-year US record with six months to go
With six months left in 2014, automakers have already recalled more vehicles in the United States than in any other year on record.
12 states now have plans for a minimum wage of $9 or more
Rhode Island last week joined 11 other states that plan to raise their minimum wage to at least $9 over the next several years.
Mobile web siphoning revenue from U.S. cities as landlines fade
Tweeting, Facebooking, Skyping smartphone users are costing U.S. states and cities revenue as taxes rooted in old-fashioned telephone service fail to keep up with the Internet era.
More than one in every 10 vehicles on the road has been recalled since January
It's becoming the year of the recall: Automakers have recalled more than 28 million vehicles in the United States this year — more than one in 10 vehicles on the road — putting the industry on track to trample the 2004 record of 30.8 million.
Hospitals using consumer purchase data for information on patient health
Information compiled by data brokers from public records and credit card transactions can reveal where a person shops, the food they buy, and whether they smoke. The largest hospital chain in the Carolinas is plugging data for 2 million people into algorithms designed to identify high-risk patients, while Pennsylvania's biggest system uses household and demographic data.
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