— A story on Page A1 of Friday’s editions of The Tribune-Democrat about the Cambria County Economic Development Authority misspelled the names of a firm and its leading partner. Samuel J. Catanese, CPA, of the Catanese Group is a member of the recently formed authority.
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‘Right on track’: Fall weather favorable for Route 219 project
The region’s weather this fall hasn’t always been pretty.
Think below normal temperatures, rain and even a little snow.
Hunter fatally shot in Adams Twp.
A fatal hunting accident occurred Saturday afternoon in Adams Township.
Hot sounds on a chilly night
With the perfect accent of new-fallen snow on the ground, the Roxbury Bandshell came alive with Christmas spirit on Sunday night.
Nativities on display at church festival
All nativities, regardless of their different styles, share one common trait.
They all have a baby Jesus as the focal point.
Persons of the Week: Spreading the joy: Key Club brightens Christmas for those less fortunate
Key Club members at Greater Johnstown High School are bringing the meaning of Christmas to life.
Heritage group plans parties for young and old alike
The holidays become JAHA-lidays as Johnstown Area Heritage Association offers two events, one for adults and one for children.
Sewer board squabble: Residency issue raised as qualification to fill vacancy
Controversies surrounding Johnstown Redevelopment Authority’s sewer projects and its embattled former director have heightened interest in a seat on the board that opens Jan 1.
Survivors gather at Pearl Harbor to honor and remember
About 50 survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor paused Saturday at the site to honor those killed and remember the moment that plunged the U.S. into World War II.
Locked-out union members demonstrate at Penelec Altoona headquarters
About 100 locked-out Penelec workers and family members spent more than an hour in Saturday’s biting cold demonstrating along busy West Plank Road near the company’s Altoona headquarters.
Guilty plea in Moxham murder
A Johnstown man faces up to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty Saturday to third- degree murder in the Feb. 6 shooting death of Joshua Scott Price in a Cypress Avenue home.
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