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Richland eyes roof work, HVAC upgrades
Richland Township is seeking bids to replace the roof on its township building and add central heating and air conditioning.
In brief: 1 killed, 1 injured in Route 219 crash
One person was killed and another seriously injured Monday evening in a Route 219 crash near Cherry Tree, responders said.
Northern Cambria woman's autopsy inconclusive; death still under investigation
State police in Ebensburg are investigating a suspected criminal homicide in Northern Cambria.
Marathon men’s winner has names of victims on bib
The winner of the Boston Marathon men’s race had the names of last year’s victims written in marker on the corners of his race bib.
5 things to know for today in Pennsylvania news
A look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday:
Flowers' color doesn't have to fade
Those pots of bright yellow daffodils, Easter lilies and hyacinths gracing the home this weekend do not have to end up in the trash bin when the blooms start to fade.
Refinancing could lower Richland School District's debt by $2.2M
When Richland School District borrowed funds for its high school project a decade ago, board members circled “2014” on their calendars as a likely first option to refinance the debt.
Pipeline to carry shale byproducts
An 8-inch transmission line crossing Pennsylvania, including four municipalities in Cambria County, is being repurposed to carry some of the by-products from Marcellus and Utica shale production.
Vets courts gain support
Signs of success are mostly anecdotal in Pennsylvania’s special courts for veterans, but judicial officials and lawmakers are so convinced of the program, they’re lobbying to expand it.
Person of the Week: ‘I wanted to help’: Teen uses birthday to show love for children, animals
Anastasia Machik’s love for children and animals inspired her to forgo her birthday gifts for the sake of the two.
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